USWNT slight favorite entering World Cup

The United States women’s national team is posted as a slight favorite over host France by many sportsbooks to win the 2019 Women’s World Cup, which begins Friday.
Sportsbook.ag lists the U.S. as the 3/1 favorite, a slight edge over France (7/2), while Sportsbook.ag has the U.S. at 9/4 compared to France at 10/3.
Both books have Germany at 11/2, while Sportsbetting.ag has England at 7/1 — slightly higher than 13/2 by Sportsbook.ag.
bwin sportsbook has the U.S. and France as 7/2 co-favorites, followed by Germany (9/2) and England (7/1).
France (Group A) and the U.S. (Group F) are overwhelming favorites to reach the knockout rounds. Sportsbetting.ag lists Group E as the toughest call, with the Netherlands (5/6) narrow favorites to win the group over Canada (6/5). Group C is also tight between Australia (5/6) and Brazil (5/4).

World Cup Odds from Sportsbetting.ag

Alex Morgan
Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

United States 3/1
France 7/2
Germany 11/2
England 7/1
Japan 14/1
Netherlands 16/1
Australia 16/1
Brazil 16/1
Spain 25/1
Sweden 25/1
Canada 25/1
Norway 33/1
New Zealand 50/1
China 50/1
Italy 50/1
South Korea 66/1
Scotland 100/1
Chile 100/1
Argentina 125/1
Nigeria 250/1
South Africa 500/1
Cameroon 500/1
Thailand 1,000/1
Jamaica 1,000/1

Interesting prop bets

Christian Press and Alex Morgan
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Will a player take off her shirt on the pitch?
Yes 7/2
No 1/5
How many red cards will be issued?
Over 3.5
Under 3.5
Will Alex Morgan win Player of the Tournament?
Yes 11/2
No 1/9
Will Alex Morgan win the Golden Boot?
Yes 7/2
No 1/5
Winning Continent
Europe 2/3
Rest of the World 6/5
How many goals will be scored?
Over 145.5
Under 145.5
How many matches will go to penalty kicks?
Over 1.5
Under 1.5
Will Marta retire following World Cup? (must publicly announce retirement by 12/31/19)
Yes 4/1
No 1/6
Will Zach Ertz attend a World Cup match?
Yes 1/40
No 14/1
Will President Trump attend a World Cup match?
Yes 20/1
No 1/100
–Field Level Media (@FieldLevelMedia)

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