Women’s FIFA World Cup
Spain vs Netherlands August 11, 2023. On August 10 at 9:00 PM ET, Spain and the Netherlands will play in the 2023 Women’s World Cup quarterfinal at Westpac Stadium after each team’s recent victories against South Africa and Switzerland.
In four matches for Spain in the Women’s World Cup (2023), Aitana Bonmati scored three goals and two assists. Jennifer Hermoso had three goals (in four games) and an assist at the Women’s World Cup. During the Women’s World Cup, Alba Redondo contributed one assist and three goals. Eva Navarro had two assists during Women’s World Cup contests but no goals.
In four games of the 2023 Women’s World Cup, Jill Roord scored four goals for the Netherlands, finishing second overall. In the Women’s World Cup games, Lieke Martens helped the Netherlands score one goal and provided two assists. Stefanie van der Gragt scored one goal (the fourth of the 2023 Women’s World Cup) and sent out one assist in four games while competing for the Netherlands in the Women’s World Cup. During the Women’s World Cup, Danielle van de Donk scored one goal and one assist in four games for the Netherlands.
Spain Betting Trends
Spain is second in the Women’s World Cup regarding offensive output (13 goals, 3.3 goals per game). The Netherlands also has the second-best defense (0.3 games, 1 goal allowed). Spain ranks third in the Women’s World Cup with a +8 goal differential after edging opponents 13-5. Spain trounced Switzerland 5-1, making 22 total shots while outshooting them by 20.
Spain vs. Netherlands Match Information
Match Date: Thursday, August 10, 2023
Time: 9:00 PM ET
Location: Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand
TV: FOX US, Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2
Women’s FIFA World Cup Odds/Point Spread: Spain -115, Total Odds 2.5
In order to defeat the Netherlands (+315) and advance to the semifinals, Spain has -115 odds. The game’s over/under is 2.5. Spain and the Netherlands played well thus far in the Women’s World Cup. Spain has recently had success, with odds of less than -115 in each game they’ve played. They have been motivated by Aitana Bonmati and Jennifer Hermoso’s remarkable performances, whose goals and assists contributed to Spain’s triumph.
However, despite being the underdog, the Netherlands showed grit and resilience. Jill Roord is ranked second in the 2023 Women’s World Cup with four goals and stands out. The team’s odds of surviving the match is 23.9% according to the moneyline odds.
Netherlands Betting Trends
The Netherlands was the underdog in one of these games, but they lost. While the Netherlands scored 11 goals in four games to climb to third place in the Women’s World Cup, Spain conceded five goals in four games, ranking 20th in the league. With 11 goals scored and 1 goal allowed, the Netherlands has the second-best goal differential in the Women’s World Cup. On August 5, despite having three more shots than South Africa, the Netherlands won over the latter team 2-0.
Spain vs. Netherlands Prediction
Spain vs. Netherlands: Spain won its first two home games in the Nations League but struggled to replicate that success away from home. This points to a competitive game against the Netherlands in the Amsterdam Arena. The team of Luis Enrique recently lost to Ukraine and drew Portugal and Germany away from home, but they beat Switzerland and Ukraine at home. A draw could be the best outcome when they play the Dutch, who drew in their recent two games against Bosnia and Italy. Due to the injury to Liverpool center-back Virgil van Dijk, the Dutch will lose part of their home-field advantage. Due to the Netherlands’ recent history of under 2.5 goals, we expect a draw and recommend a score of 1-1 for the final score. However, according to the moneyline, Spain has a 53.5% probability of winning this game.
Free Pick and Prediction: Spain will win 2-1.