Updated Odds for 2019 World Cup, Gold Cup and Copa America

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After ousting France last Friday, the United States is now the odds-on favorite to capture another World Cup crown.

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On Monday, SportsBetting.ag posted updated odds for the ongoing global soccer tournaments: FIFA World Cup, CONCACAF Gold Cup and Copa America.
The U.S. women's team started the World Cup as a 3/1 favorite, but are now the "odds-on favorite," meaning they have a minus next to their number. Last week, England, the Netherlands and Sweden had the fourth-, fifth- and sixth-best odds, respectively.
The U.S. is a -225, or 4/9, favorite to defeat England in Tuesday's match while the underdog has +180 odds to pull off the upset. The game's over/under is set at 2.5 goals.
Real-time soccer odds: https://www.sportsbetting.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/soccer-futures (American odds are next to each team name while fractional odds are in parenthesis)

World Cup
United States  -175  (4/7)
England  +350  (7/2)
Netherlands  +450  (9/2)
Sweden  +600  (6/1)

Gold Cup
Mexico  -130  (10/13)
United States  +140  (7/5)
Jamaica  +1000  (10/1)
Haiti  +2200  (22/1)
Copa America
Brazil  -130  (10/13)
Chile  +350  (7/2)
Argentina  +375  (15/4)
Peru  +1000  (10/1)


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