World Cup odds and schedule November 25: England can advance with win over U.S.
England can advance out of the group stage with a victory over the United States. Photo by Martin Meissner/AP.

All 32 teams have played a match through five days at the World Cup, giving us a little more to work with as teams return to action on Friday.

Wales and Iran kick off the festivities at 5:00 a.m. while its Group A counterparts — Netherlands and Ecuador — both look to remain undefeated. England can advance out of the group stage with a victory over the U.S., while the host nation Qatar is seeking its first-ever World Cup point.

Check out our World Cup odds and schedule, as well as our best picks, for November 25.

World Cup odds and schedule

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MatchupTimeFavouriteDrawUnderdog
Wales vs. Iran5:00 a.m.Wales +110+210Iran +325
Qatar vs. Senegal8:00 a.m.Senegal -157+280Qatar +510
Netherlands vs. Ecuador11:00 a.m.Netherlands -132+260Ecuador +425
England vs. USA2:00 p.m.England -186+330USA +540

Odds as of 10:45 a.m. ET on 11/24/2022.

Wales vs. Iran: Wales looked outmatched by the United States through 45 minutes of action, but did well to battle back and secure a point. Gareth Bale's 82' penalty kick marked Wales' first World Cup goal in 64 years. We're expecting him to be a huge factor in Friday's matchup against an Iranian side that just conceded six goals to England.

Best bet: Wales to win (+108)

Qatar vs. Senegal: Both of these Group A teams lost their opening match, so picking up points here will be crucial. Qatar was on its back foot for most of its game against Ecuador while Senegal put up a solid fight against the Netherlands before eventually surrendering two late goals. The Senegalese defence should hold its ground but we expect a more competitive performance out of the hosts, too. Look for a draw at plus money.

Best bet: Draw (+280)

World Cup specials Nov. 25OddsBet now
Senegal, Netherlands & Ecuador each to win+390 (was +355)Add to betslip
Netherlands to win, Gakpo to assist & Depay to score+770 (was +700)Add to betslip
Ecuador +1, under 2.5 goals & Valencia to score +1,180 (was +1,075)Add to betslip
England -1, Saka & Sterling both to score +1,375 (was +1,250)Add to betslip
England to win, Bellingham to assist & Kane to score+935 (was +850)Add to betslip

Netherlands vs. Ecuador: Winning this match effectively ensures a spot in the last 16 so expect intensity from both sides. It took the Dutch a while to get things going on Monday, but the end result was three points for the boys in Orange. Enner Valencia scored a brace for Ecuador in the World Cup opener and he will be a key focus for the Netherlands' defensive scheme. The Netherlands has won six of its last seven games.

Best bet: Netherlands to win (-134)

England vs. USA: England can lock up its bid to the round of 16 with a victory over the United States on Friday. The Three Lions looked unstoppable in their debut, smashing Iran 6-2 with goals from five different players. The U.S. toppled England once before in the World Cup (1950, Brazil) and has a team full of young talent. We're expecting this to be a high-scoring matchup.

Best bet: Over 2.5 goals (-124)

PicksOddsBet now
Wales to win +110Add to betslip
Qatar vs. Senegal draw+280Add to betslip
Netherlands to win -134Add to betslip
England vs. USA over 2.5 goals-124Add to betslip

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