Women’s World Cup Odds

The 2023 Women’s World Cup is now at the semi-final stage, therefore now is an excellent time to register with any of our featured bookmaker partners using the links provided and get the very best Women’s World Cup odds and offers ahead of the knockout action ‘down under’. 

 

Women’s World Cup 2023 Betting Odds

 

 

Only four nations are left in the 2023 Women’s World Cup and thus far there have been some big shocks as well as some thrilling performances. Attendances and TV viewing figures are proving to be the biggest ever seen in the competition with 32 countries battling it out to be crowned world champions.

The 2023 Women’s World Cup is now very much in the closing stages and we take a look at the best bookmaker betting odds for the biggest and most popular markets, including the Golden Boot, Outright Winner and Finalists. The action is now moving ever closer to the semi-finals of the tournament.

 

To Win 90 Minutes

7/4

Spain

7/4

England

11/5

Draw

To Reach Final

1/2

Spain

Evens

England

6/4

Sweden

9/2

Australia

Golden Boot

4/5

Hinata Miyazawa

5/1

Amanda Ilestedt

9/1

Alba Redondo

20/1

Lauren James

20/1

Aitana Bonmati

25/1

Alessia Russi

 

Favourites to win the competition outright are Spain while England are next in the betting as we fast approach the end of the tournament. The US have won the last two World Cups but they were dumped out of the tournament by Sweden at the last sixteen stage while the Three Lionesses will be eager to build on their success at Euro 2022.

After dumping the defending champions out of the contest, Sweden are considered serious contenders for the crown, as are co-hosts Australia who came into this competition with some excellent form behind them. There’s absolutely no reason why the Matildas can’t go all the way in front of their own home fans and they are undoubtedly worthy of a wager, especially since they have made it through to the last four of the tournament.

This has probably been the hardest World Cup to predict given that it is the first to consist of 32 nations. With many of the strongest nations struggling with injuries in key areas, this has been very open tournament and one which could still go one of four ways.