World Cup Final Odds
VANCOUVER, BC (TheSpread) – The 2015 Women’s World Cup has its finals matchup and it is a rematch of the 2011 championship game as the United States will face Japan.
According to oddsmakers at GTBets, the United States is favored to win this match, as it has odds of -135 to prevail in regulation, while Japan has been given odds of +350 to win in regulation. The odds of the match going into extra time has been set at +250, while the over/under total is listed at 2.5 goals. These two will meet in the Women’s World Cup Final on Sunday at 5PM ET.
The United States is coming off a 2-0 win over Germany in which it controlled most of the play, but nearly lost. Germany had a penalty kick opportunity in the second half, but missed while the U.S. would convert on a questionable penalty kick minutes later. In the World Cup, the United States has scored a total of nine goals while allowing just one. The U.S. hasn’t given up a goal since their first match.
Japan is the defending World Cup champion. It was a 2-1 victory that went to extra time and the winning goal was actually and accidental own goal from England. Japan has now scored a total of nine goals in the World Cup while allowing a total of three.