Netherlands Vs. USA Odds & Betting Lines For Round of 16 World Cup Match

Both the Netherlands and USA have advanced out of the group stage. See how the betting odds shake out for the Round of 16 matchups between the Netherlands and the USA.

Netherlands Vs. USA Odds

  • USA Moneyline: +330
  • Draw: +260
  • Netherlands Moneyline: -180
  • USA To Advance: +175
  • Netherlands To Advance -230

Latest Netherlands Vs. USA odds via DraftKings Sportsbook 

With the Netherlands winning their group, they were set to play the second-place team in Group B. That ended up being the United States. USA tied against both Wales and England before needing a win vs. Iran, which they achieved.

Netherlands took care of business with two 2-0 wins against Qatar and Senegal and drawing 1-1 vs. Ecuador. This sets up an enticing draw with a lot of young talent on both sides, many playing for elite domestic clubs in Europe.

Both starting 11’s should resemble much of what we saw in the group stages. The United States Starting 11 is headlined by Christian Pulisic, but the front line was shuffled with Haji Wright and Tim Weah. Tyler Adams and Weston McKennie are bright young talents in the midfield, drawing starts in all three group stage games.

The US backline hasn’t been tested a ton during the group stage run, but Tim Ream has done an excellent job commanding the back. The Netherlands starting 11 has a sneaky good attack, especially with Memphis Depay getting healthier. Cody Gakpo has three goals in three appearances and Davy Klassan has also joined in on the action. Steven Bergwijn continues to start up top looking to get involved.

USA will have a tough time breaking down a strong back three with de Ligt, van Dijk, and Ake all being three top tier centerbacks. Frankie de Jong is also a top midfielder.

The Netherlands Vs. USA odds point to a tight match that likely will be on the lower scoring side given the two defenses in form.

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