Alex Morgan, Sophia Smith Top Goal Scorer Odds v Netherlands

  • Alex Morgan has the shortest odds at +160 to score against Netherlands in the United States’ second group stage match.
  • Sophia Smith is +170 to score an anytime goal after scoring twice in the United States' opening World Cup victory against Vietnam.

WELLINGTON – Four Americans top the goal scorer odds table for the United States match against Netherlands in their 2023 Women’s World Cup group stage match.

Alex Morgan is the most likely player to score of the bunch, posting +440 odds to score the first goal of the match and +160 odds as an anytime goal scorer. The United States have -475 odds at online soccer sportsbooks to score over 0.5 goals, meaning better value can be found by correctly predicting who will score that heavily-favored goal.

Anytime Goal Scorer Odds

  • Alex Morgan +160
  • Sophia Smith +170
  • Lynn Williams +200
  • Megan Rapinoe +210

Anytime goal scorer odds at USA online sportsbooks look much different compared to United States last World Cup match. With the United States as heavy favorites against Vietnam, Alex Morgan had -1300 odds to score but failed to find the net.

Now with +160 odds, there’s value for Alex Morgan to score on Wednesday night. Morgan won the Silver Boot in the 2019 Women’s World Cup, tying Golden Boot winner Megan Rapinoe with six goals scored but losing a fewer minutes tiebreaker.

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Her scoring hasn’t slowed down since, as Morgan won the 2022 National Women’s Soccer League Golden Boot with 15 goals in 17 appearances. Morgan has 121 goals in 207 total appearances for the United States Women’s National Team.

Sophia Smith Goal Scorer Odds (+160)

Sophia Smith has +160 World Cup betting odds to score a goal anytime against the Netherlands. Sophia Smith scored two goals in the United States opening match against Vietnam.

Her scoring was anything but a fluke, as Smith won the 2022 U.S. Women’s Soccer Player of the Year after leading the USWNT in goals. Smith finished second behind Alex Morgan in the NWSL Golden Boot race, scoring 22 goals across her MVP and championship winning season with the Portland Thorns.