Argentina Favored in Close Match Against the Netherlands

  • Argentina has +120 odds to defeat The Netherlands outright on the three-way moneyline.
  • The Netherlands sits at +220 on the three-way moneyline, with a draw at +220.
  • Asian odds can help bettors pick winners while not fearing draws.

LUSAIL, Qatar - Argentina, behind Lionel Messi, is favored to defeat The Netherlands in the quarterfinals of the World Cup.

Argentina vs. The Netherlands World Cup Odds

  • Argentina +120
  • The Netherlands +275
  • Draw +220

Argentina may be favored in a relative sense, but they are not favored in an absolute one – they’re still plus odds to win the game outright on the moneyline at the online sportsbooks.

The three-way moneyline in this match refers only to the match as it stands as full-time ends, so if the match goes to extra time or penalties, wagers will be adjudicated using the full-time score, not the final score.

The Netherlands is coming off of a 3-1 victory over the US Men’s National Team, and they have not lost yet in this competition.

Argentina, meanwhile, picked up a shocking loss to Saudi Arabia before rallying and making it into the Round of 16, where they defeated Australia 2-1.

This creates an interesting dynamic in this game. The Netherlands actually has a better resume in terms of their performance at the World Cup this year, but Argentina has name recognition in the form of Lionel Messi.

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Argentina vs. The Netherlands World Cup Odds

  • Argentina 0, -0.5 (-115)
  • The Netherlands 0, +0.5 (+105)

The spread for this match is given in Asian odds in many sportsbooks. In this case, what it means is that your wager will be split between Argentina +0 and Argentina -0.5 if you bet on Argentina.

This means that if Argentina wins by a goal, you’ll see a covered spread, while if there is a draw, half of the bet will lose while the other will push.

On the opposite side, a bet on The Netherlands is effectively letting soccer betting fans wager on either team without the fear of a draw, since if the draw happens, they’ll still get paid out.

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