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Netherlands vs Argentina Same Game Parlay (at +1043 odds!)

Netherlands vs Argentina Same Game Parlay


The quarter-finals at the World Cup are set to begin this Friday and we have a classic coming our way with the Netherlands facing off against Argentina. These two teams have a storied history between them at World Cups, the last time they met was back in 2014 when Argentina went through in the semi-finals on penalties.

We’ve prepared a Same-Game Parlay which comes out at +1043 odds, so let’s not waste any more time and jump straight into it!

Draw (+210)

Lionel Messi Anytime Goalscorer (+180)

Parlay odds: +1043

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Draw (+210)

With this being a elimination game there is no more room for error for either side here, so I think the primary goal here will be to stay cautious and not let the game get out of control. It’s always a tough battle when these two teams meet, they’ve played each other a total of 9 times, the last 2 meetings at the World Cup in 2006 and 2014 ended with a 0-0 draw. The stakes are pretty high for this match as well, with the winner going into the semis to face either Croatia or Brazil. Both teams had a relatively easy schedule so far, the Argies beat Australia 2-1 in the 1st knock-out game, while the Netherlands ended the USMNT dream with a 3-1 victory. The two teams are evenly matched so I believe betting on a draw is the best possible way to approach this match.

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Lionel Messi Anytime Goalscorer (+180)

Messi is currently 2nd in the race for the Golden Boot, two goals behind Kylian Mbappé of France. Everything goes through him, so far he’s scored 3 goals and collected 1 assist in 360 minutes played. He takes all the set pieces for Argentina, including free kicks and penalties, one of which he’s missed in the game against Poland. To nobody’s surprise, he is the best rated Albiceleste player at this tournament by a wide margin. He takes 4.8 shots per game, and although he will be the main focus of the Netherlands defenders, I can still see him delivering a goal here. It’s now or never for Messi, with this most likely being his final World Cup, pressure is on him to deliver the only trophy he is missing to validate his career as one of the greatest of all time. He’s scored so many important goals in his career, netting one against the Netherlands would surely qualify as that.