The Sportsbetting.ag gang has posted its Women’s World Cup odds and the United States is the favorite to win! Here they are:
With the Women’s World Cup beginning Friday, bettors across the globe can wager on just about anything surrounding the premier soccer tournament.
SportsBetting.ag (www.sportsbetting.ag) has updated its odds to win the 2019 World Cup. It has also posted a number of fun prop bets for the tourney.
Bettors can wager on whether or not there will be a pitch invader like we saw during the Champions League Final, if a player will take off her shirt, how many red cards will be issued, how many goals will be scored, President Trump, Alex Morgan, Marta and much more.
World Cup Odds
United States 3/1
New Zealand 50/1
South Korea 66/1
South Africa 500/1
South Korea 8/1
South Africa 50/1
New Zealand 8/1
United States 1/5
This page will update with current odds throughout the tournament: https://www.sportsbetting.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/soccer-futures
Will there be a first-time winner?
Rest of the World 6/5
Which group will the winner come from?
A (France, Norway, South Korea, Nigeria) 11/4
B (Germany, Spain, China, South Africa) 15/4
C (Australia, Brazil, Italy, Jamaica) 7/1
D (England, Japan, Scotland, Argentina) 7/2
E (Netherlands, Canada, New Zealand, Cameroon) 7/1
F (United States, Sweden, Chile, Thailand) 11/4
How many goals will be scored?
Which team will score the most goals?
United States 3/1
Field (Any other team) 16/1
Will a team fail to score a goal?
How many matches will go to extra time?
How many matches will go to penalty kicks?
How many red cards will be issued?
Will Alex Morgan win Player of the Tournament?
Will Alex Morgan win the Golden Boot?
Will Marta retire following World Cup? (must publicly announce retirement by 12/31/19)
Will Zach Ertz attend a World Cup match?
Will President Trump attend a World Cup match?
Will there be a pitch invader?
Will a player take off her shirt on the pitch?
This page will update with current props: https://www.sportsbetting.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/soccer-specials
Zennie Abraham is the CEO of Zennie62Media