Women's World Cup odds, predictions 2019: Betting lines, top expert picks for Canada vs. Cameroon
The Soccerbot model is up 2,000 percent on its picks and just locked in plays for Monday's Women's World Cup match between Canada and Cameroon.
Teams that advanced to the knockout stage four years ago look to get an early edge in Group E action when Canada and Cameroon meet up at 3 p.m. ET in the 2019 Women's World Cup on Tuesday. Canada, a squad that made the quarterfinals in 2015 and took fourth in 2003, is listed as as a -700 money line favorite (risk $700 to win $100), while Cameroon is going off as an underdog at +1600. The draw is +715, and the over-under for total goals scored is set at three in the latest Canada vs. Cameroon odds. The Canadians have been looking for a breakthrough moment in this tournament for the past couple decades, and a win on Tuesday would be a nice step in that direction. But before locking in your Canada vs. Cameroon picks, be sure to check out the 2019 Women's World Cup predictions from European football expert David Sumpter's proven Soccerbot model.
Sumpter is the applied mathematician who wrote "Soccermatics," the book that explains how math works inside the sport. Along with other experienced analysts, Sumpter developed the powerful Soccerbot model.
The Soccerbot reads current odds and all team performance data, calculates key metrics and predicts upcoming matches. In the three seasons since its inception, Soccerbot is up an incredible 2,000 percent on Premier League picks. That's right -- 2,000 percent!
And the model crushed the 2018 World Cup, returning a healthy profit to anyone who followed it. The model correctly predicted draws in regulation for Spain-Russia (+280), Croatia-Denmark (+225) and England-Colombia (+215) and was all over France beating Uruguay in regulation to reach the semifinals, not to mention Brazil and Belgium cruising in their Round of 16 matchups.
Now, the model has crunched the numbers for Canada vs. Cameroon. We can tell you the model is leaning under, but its much stronger play is on the money line. You can only see it at SportsLine.
The model has taken into account that Canada will be playing with a chip on its shoulder after coming up short as the host country in 2015. The Canadians made the quarterfinals in that tournament, but missed a golden opportunity to finish in the top three for the first time since the Women's World Cup was started in 1991.
They'll be paced by captain Christine Sinclair, one of the most decorated players in the sport. She's scored 181 goals in international play and needs four in this tournament to surpass Abby Wambach's record of 284. And while she brings stability and experience to the Canadian side, their hopes in this tournament might be linked to how far some of their younger talent has come. Jessie Fleming, a 21-year old midfielder who plays for UCLA, and Adriana Leon, who netted six goals in qualifying, are a couple names to watch.
However, the model also knows that Cameroon is a team on the rise after making it out of the group stage in Canada four years ago. It has plenty lot of experience, having played 10 matches in the last two-plus months with seven wins.
Cameroon is led by Madeleine Ngono Mani, whose 26 goals are the most in Cameroonian women's football history. The 35-year-old striker plays professionally in France, so she should feel right at home at the 2019 Women's World Cup.
So who should you back on Monday? And where does all the betting value lie? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of the Canada vs. Cameroon money line you need to be all over, all from an expert who created a model that's returned a 2,000 percent profit on the bookmakers' closing odds.
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