USA Women’s Soccer vs Canada Olympic Betting Odds

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The Women’s U.S Soccer team went through group play undefeated, and then cruised past New Zealand in the quarterfinals to advance to the semifinals. The United States will take on Canada for the right to advance to the final.

It was yet another victory for the United States in which they shut out their opponent. In fact, since surrendering two goals in the first 20 minutes of their Olympic opener to France, Team USA has not allowed a single goal.

As for the upcoming semifinal against Canada, the United States has been set as the favorite to advance to the gold medal game.

2012 Olympics Soccer Betting Odds available at Bovada Sportsbook have set The United States as one-goal favorites over Canada to reach the gold medal game. To cover this line, the United States will need to win by at least two goals to cover. Exactly a one-goal victory will result in a push.

At the one-goal spread, the United States is actually the favor to cover, paying out -140 on the payout, while a wager on Canada will pay out at +110 on the amount wagered.

There is also a moneyline installed for this match up, which is a straight up wager placed on the team that will win the game without a goal-line. Here, the United States has been set at -250 on the betting line to win the game. Canada has been set in the big underdog role, going off at +600 on the line. For every $1 wagered on Canada to win the game, a $6 profit is returned.

The over/under goal total has been set at 2.5 goals.

We are potentially in line to see a rematch of the 2011 Women’s World Cup final between the United States and Japan. They are the two favorites to win in the semifinals on Monday. It was Japan that broke the hearts of the United States in that World Cup Final, winning the championship by way of a shootout.

The United States and Canada will play at 2:45pm ET, with coverage picked up on the NBC Sports Network. See these betting odds and more below.

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