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Texas vs. Stanford prediction for the WCWS game of the NCAA softball tournament

The 1st seed Texas Longhorns will face the 8th seed Stanford Cardinal in the Women's College World Series.

The game is scheduled for Thursday at 6 p.m. at Devon Park in Oklahoma City.

Texas (52-8) reached the WCWS with a 2-1 series win over No. 16 Texas A&M in the Austin Super Regional. Meanwhile, Stanford (48-15) reached the WCWS with a 2-1 series win over No. 9 LSU in the Stanford Super Regional.

Here you will find everything you need to know about the game, including TV information and predictions.

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How to watch Texas vs. Stanford in the 2024 Women's College World Series

  • Date: Thursday, May 30
  • Time: 6pm CT
  • Where: Devon Park in Oklahoma City

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How to watch Texas vs. Stanford in the 2024 Women's College World Series

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Prediction for Texas vs. Stanford for the Women's College World Series 2024

Justin Martinez, The Oklahoman: “Texas is the top seed in the WCWS, but this is a game to look for upsets. They will face Stanford pitcher NiJaree Canady, who is USA Softball's College Player of the Year. The sophomore pitched all eight innings of Stanford's 4-3 road win over Texas on Feb. 24, recording 11 strikeouts. Canady is the best pitcher in the country, and she will make life difficult for the Texas offense, which ranks second nationally in runs per game (8.1).”

Forecast: Stanford 3, Texas 2

DraftKings: Texas (-175) is favorite to beat Stanford in the Women's College World Series

Texas is considered the favorite in the Women's College World Series against Stanford.

  • Money line: Texas-175 |

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