1) Jackie Groenen To Score Anytime
Dutch midfielder Jackie Groenen became Manchester United's first overseas signing when she joined from Eintracht Frankfurt prior to the Women's World Cup, but she initially struggled to make a real impact at the tournament in France.
Groenen finally managed to grab her first goal with an extra-time winner against Sweden in the semi-finals and should head into the final full of confidence.
The 24-year-old former Chelsea star isn't necessarily a prolific goalscorer although she represents excellent value at 17/1 to be a hero for her nation yet again.
2) Vivianne Miedema To Score At Anytime
While Groenen is an outside option to score at anytime, forward Vivianne Miedema is the more likely as she has been the Netherlands' main goal threat at the Women's World Cup with three goals so far.
Miedema has managed 18 shots on goal in total - nine of those on target - and has eight goals in her last 11 games for her country.
At club level, the 22-year-old enjoyed an incredible season with Arsenal last year, with 22 goals in just 13 games, bringing a new meaning to the word prolific, and at 3/1 still represents value to grab a goal against the Americans.
3) Vivianne Miedema Score/Win Double
The Netherlands are the massive underdogs going into Sunday's final and if you do fancy the Dutch to take the top prize it may be worth checking out the goalscorer/win double market.
Unsurprisingly, a Miedema goal and a Netherlands win is the shortest-priced option for this market at 9/1, but that is still a big enough price to back.
A Groenen goal and a Dutch win is a huge 45/1, while for fans of real outside bets a Dominique Bloodworth goal and a win for the Oranje is a whopping 75/1.