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Women’s World Cup 2023: Spain vs Netherlands Prediction, Preview, and Odds (Aug 10)

By · Updated 10 months ago
  • Spain reached the Women’s World Cup quarter-final following a victory over Switzerland
  • The Netherlands looking for a second straight appearance in the Women’s World Cup final

The last eight at the Women’s World Cup continue their quest for glory later this week, as the quarterfinals finally get underway. Spain remain among the leading contenders following an impressive win in the round of 16, but they will face a stern test against 2019 World Cup finalists, the Netherlands.


How To Watch

  • When: Thursday, August 10, 2023, at 9:00 p.m ET
  • Where: Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand
  • How To Watch: FOX

Odds

Match ResultOdds
Spain
Draw
Netherlands

Match Preview

The Women’s World Cup quarterfinals get underway in Wellington on Thursday evening, as Spain will be looking to reach the final four at the competition for the first time in their history. The Spanish were excellent in their most recent match, as they responded to a 4-0 loss against Japan with a stunning 5-1 victory over Switzerland on Saturday.

Aitana Bonmati was excellent in that fixture, as the star scored twice inside the opening 37 minutes. Alba Redondo also scored in the opening half, while further efforts in a straightforward win for Spain were registered by Laia Codina and Jennifer Hermoso. It was the perfect response from Spain, and they will once again look to dictate the play against a talented Dutch outfit.

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The Netherlands topped Group E in the opening stage, and they continued their impressive displays in the round of 16. They were excellent in the opening ten minutes against South Africa over the weekend, with Jill Roord netting their opening goal after just nine minutes. However, they were forced to remain patient against a well-drilled South African backline.

Despite registering 70% of the possession, the Dutch wasn’t able to extend their advantage until the 68th minute when Lineth Beerensteyn booked the Netherlands’ place in the final eight. However, the Dutch will be wary of their poor record in this fixture, as they have lost five of their previous ten clashes against Spain.


Spain vs Netherlands Prediction

The Netherlands have been professional in the competition to this point, but they will likely not dominate the possession against Spain this week. Therefore, we will be siding with the Spanish to reach the last four of the competition for the first time in their history.

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Alex Dudley
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