North America's biggest rivalry in women's soccer takes place Thursday night in Winnipeg as the Americans look to defeat Canada again.
The Canadian women's team has lost two straight against the Americans since the devastating loss in the Olympics that had the whole county gripped. The first was in Toronto at BMO Field, where Canada fell flat in a 3-0 los,s with the last being a 1-0 in Texas back in January.
They are 6-2-1 (W-L-T) so far in 2014, with their only losses coming against Sweden and Denmark in a March tournament in Portugal.
A draw selection is being currently being offered at 4.33.
The weather in Winnipeg will be 10C with showers, so there will be a slippery surface.
The under 2.5 will attract some attention with a strong offering of 2.35. The Americans have a strong arsenal of weapons to select from, and Canada has Christine Sinclair, but games featuring the USA against similar opposition such as Japan and Sweden have all hit the under.