FIFA World Cup Odds
The FIFA World Cup Odds quarterfinal match between Argentina and the Netherlands is predicted by OKBET soccer analyst.
When the Netherlands and Argentina clash in a quarterfinal at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Al Daayen, Qatar, it will be a win-or-go-home game. The teams last faced off in the 2014 World Cup semifinals, a game that Argentina won on penalties after regulation time ended with a score of 0-0. After winning his first major championship for the national team at the 2021 Copa America, Lionel Messi is attempting to end his international career with the pinnacle of success. The Netherlands upset the USMNT after winning Group A, while Argentina defeated Australia on Saturday by a score of 2-1. Argentina has two FIFA World Cup Odds victories (1978 and 1986) and two final defeats, including one by a score of 1-0 to Germany in 2014. The Netherlands did not participate in the 2018 World Cup, however they came in third in 2014 and finished second once again in 2010.
The game will begin at 2 PM ET. The most recent Argentina vs. Netherlands odds from Caesars Sportsbook have Argentina as +116 favorites (risk $100 to win $116). A draw is valued at +215, the total number of goals scored is 2.5, and the Netherlands are underdogs at +255. Make sure to review Brandt Sutton’s recommendations and analysis before making any predictions for the 2022 FIFA World Cup or the Argentina vs. Netherlands matchup.
For more than five years, Sutton, a former collegiate soccer player, has served as SportsLine’s top soccer editor at the FIFA World Cup Odds. He has been attentively following soccer for much longer and uses managerial strategies, anticipated lineups, and prior performances to make the best selections he can while keeping an eye on the game all over the world.
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Sutton has just finalized his picks for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Odds after analyzing the Argentina vs. Netherlands game from every angle. Visit SportsLine right away to view Sutton’s predictions. The odds and trends for Argentina vs. Netherlands are as follows:
- Spread between Argentina and the Netherlands: Argentina -0.5 (+115)
- Over/under for Argentina vs. Netherlands is 2.5 goals.
- Moneyline prediction for Argentina vs. Netherlands: Argentina +116, Netherlands +255, Draw +215
- ARG: In their last nine competitive games, they have a 17-5 goal advantage.
- NED: In their last six games, they have outscored their opponents 11-2.
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Reasons to support Argentina
La Albiceleste will be a threat as long as Messi is on the team. He is the No. 2 all-time scorer in the sport and is still incredibly productive at the FIFA World Cup Odds. With his third goal of the game against Australia, he has now scored 13 goals in his last eight national team matches across all competitions. Despite being the all-time leader in appearances (169) and goals for Argentina, Messi is solely focused on winning the grand prize (94). In 13 games this season with PSG, the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner has seven goals and ten assists.
Five of Argentina’s last six World Cup games have ended with at least two goals. The only blip is a 2-1 defeat to Saudi Arabia in the opening match of the group stage, which they otherwise dominated at the FIFA World Cup Odds. They controlled the ball for 70% of the game and outshot their opponents 15-3. With 27 shots on target and a 66% possession rate, they are in first place in the World Cup. The game-winning goal against the Socceroos was scored by Julian Alvarez, while Lautaro Martinez is another potent attacker. In their last 13 games, Argentina has kept nine clean sheets.
Reasons to support Netherlands
In their previous five head-to-head meetings, the Netherlands and Argentina are 2-2-1, with the 2014 World Cup semifinal loss coming on penalties. In their last 18 World Cup games (14-2-2), they have not lost in regulation; in addition, they lost the 2010 final to Spain 1-0 in overtime. Since losing their first game in June 2021, the Netherlands have gone 14-5-0 overall. Cody Gakpo, a promising forward, has been on fire, scoring goals in three of the four games in Qatar. The 23-year-old was brought in after appearing in 19 games for PSV Eindhoven in the Dutch Eredivisie and scoring 12 goals.
Against the USMNT, Memphis Depay and Denzel Dumfries found enormous gaps and displayed outstanding finishing prowess at the FIFA World Cup Odds. The good news for the Dutch assault is that Depay appears to be healthy, and Frenkie de Jong is essential in dictating the team’s pace. The formidable Virgil Van Dijk of Liverpool, Nathan Ake of Man City, and Jurrien Timber of Ajax make up a strong Dutch defense.
How to make predictions for Netherlands vs. Argentina
Sutton has examined every facet of Friday’s Netherlands vs. Argentina game FIFA World Cup Odds. He has his confidence best bet on one side, is leaning Under on the goal total, and has a thorough preview of the game. At SportsLine, he solely offers his World Cup predictions and analysis.