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FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 Predictions & Betting Odds
With more attention on the Women’s World Cup than ever before, betting on the winner, and indeed many other markets, is already hotting up and here at CanadianSportdBetting.ca we can’t wait until it kicks off on June 7.
There are a number of nations with a realistic chance of lifting the trophy, and you’ll find all the very best Women’s World Cup tips, odds and offers right here.
Women’s World Cup 2019 Betting Odds
The sportsbooks are beginning to really mark up their favourites based on tournament history, qualification and recent results, and as you’d expect the USA are the most hotly tipped.
They’re joined by France, both carrying odds of +350 with Betway, although the Europeans do have the advantage of being host nation.
The USA are the current champions and have long been considered the best in the world, but anything can happen in tournament football, and the likes of Germany and England will be ready to capitalise on that.
They’re priced at +550 and +700, with England looking to go better than a third place finish, as they did four years ago.
You get the impression it could be a four way battle for the title, although you can’t completely rule out Japan of the Netherlands, given the former reached the Final at Canada 2015.
The current Women’s World Cup odds for outright winner are:
- France: +350
- USA: +350
- Germany: +550
- England: +700
- Netherlands: +1200
- Japan: +1400
- Australia: +2000
- Brazil: +2000
- Canada: +2000
- Spain: +2000
Women’s World Cup Soccer Betting Tips & Predictions
The United States will of course be the team to beat and most Women’s World Cup tips aren’t looking past the nation to retain their title.
France will be hoping to use their home advantage to go beyond the Semi Finals, their best ever finish.
The hosts perhaps have the toughest group however, with Norway and South Korea providing difficult opposition. They are favourites to qualify for the knockout stages as winners, with 888sport pricing them at -250, with Norway expected to push them at +285.
The Norwegians have long been a powerhouse of the women’s game, and in Ada Hegerberg have the world’s best player.
She could prove the difference in the Norwegians qualifying ahead of France, although France have a great punt for the Golden Boot in Amandine Henry.
She’s priced at +500, third favourite behind the USA’s Carli Lloyd (+400) and Alex Morgan (+450).
Lloyd will be playing in her fourth tournament, winning the Golden Ball four years ago and in total has bagged over 100 goals for her country.
England will also be a nation to watch, having continued to improve under former Manchester United and England defender Phil Neville.
They’re clear favourites to get through Group D as winners at -143, where they could face Canada in the Round of 16.
Women’s World Cup 2019 Schedule
The tournament is fast approaching, kicking off on June 7, when France take on South Korea in Paris.
Games will then run throughout the month, with the Final being held in Lyon on July 7.
The full schedule is as follows:
Group Stage: June 7 – 20, 2019
Round of 16: June 22 – 25, 2019
Quarter Finals: June 27 – 29, 2019
Semi Finals: July 2 – 3, 2019
Third Place Playoff: July 6, 2019
Final: July 7, 2019
As well as Lyon and Paris, the tournament stops in seven other cities, with Canada settling in Montpellier, Grenoble and Reims during the Group Stage.
The full list of host cities can be found below:
- Le Havre
Women’s World Cup 2019 – Canada Team
Canada’s first game takes place on June 10, with a game they should win against Cameroon. That would set them up for qualification nicely.
They’re priced at +100 to qualify for the knockout stages as Group Winners, ahead of the Netherlands who join them in Group E alongside New Zealand.
Getting through as top of the group will be important as England in the Round of 16 would likely await the runner up.
Canada are +2000 to win the tournament and it’ll be difficult for them to go beyond the Semi Finals for the first time.
Hopes of that will rest on Christine Sinclair, the Canada captain, who has had a brilliant season for Portland and will be key to the nation’s attack.
She’s an outsider to win the Golden Boot at +1700, which would be worth a punt, particularly a free bet, should you be backing the side to go deep into the knockout stages.
Women’s World Cup 2019 Live Streaming
The tournament is being streamed and shown live across the world, with TV networks showing it in most countries.
In Canada, RDS, TSN and CTV will be showing the tournament live and via their on demand services, while many sportsbooks will also have in-play betting and live statistics and commentary throughout.
You can find out more about many sportsbooks live streaming services and how to access them on our Live Streaming Page.