Kanjana Sungngoen's 91st minute consolation strike in Nice gave the underdogs something to cheer and their clash with Chile appears their best chance of a positive result so far.
Orathai Srimanee was withdrawn after picking up an injury against Sweden and her participation is in doubt.
Christiane Endler drew plenty more plaudits for her performance against the USA. The Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper kept Carli Lloyd & Co. from running up a significant score line.
While Chile should be able to secure a comfortable victory, finding a value angle when they've yet to win a game could prove a tricky test.
La Roja are 11/10 (2.10) to win by three clear goals (-2 handicap) but having not scored a goal themselves yet, that is a leap of faith.
Having only managed 32 per cent possession and three shots on target last time out, Nuengrutai Srathongvian's side may find things tricky in the final third in this game.
Both teams to score is priced at 17/20 (1.85) with the same quote available on the other side of the market at the time of writing. Under 3.5 goals could also be an interesting option for bettors at 8/11 (1.73) with William Hill.
The key is likely to be Endler's impressive form in goal. While Thailand made a breakthrough against Sweden, they'll have their work cut out once more.
William Hill offer 19/20 (1.95) on Chile winning to nil. This requires the South Americans to triumph and keep a clean sheet.
Given how well Endler has performed in France this summer, backing Chile to keep Thailand at bay looks a worthy selection.