Women’s World Cup 2023: Who will lift the trophy down under?

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Women’s World Cup 2023: Who will lift the trophy down under?


Update: 16.08.23

We’re now in the middle of the semi-finals of the 2023 Women’s World Cup and on the back of some thrilling games over the past few weeks, we can expect more thrills and spills in the closing matches of the tournament.



With Spain having edged past Sweden to the tune of 2-1 in the first semi-final of the 2023 Women’s World Cup yesterday, just three sides are left in the competition. England will lock horns with co-hosts Australia for a place in the Final this morning and this promises to be an evenly-fought affair which could easily go either way.


Toughest test yet

The Lionesses haven’t hit top gear in the competition as yet and this would be an ideal time for them to do just that. Sarina Wiegman’s ladies have certainly rode their luck at times and their only convincing display was the 6-1 win over China in the final group outing. Having topped their group, subsequent wins over Nigeria (4-2 penalty shoot-out) and Colombia (2-1) earned the Lionesses a place in the last four of the tournament and today’s meeting with the Matildas promises to be their toughest test yet.


Spain favourites

As far as the betting is concerned, Spain are favourites to win the competition at a best price of 5/6 on account of them already having booked their place in the Final of the competition, while England are next at best odds of 9/4. Co-hosts Australia are outsiders to secure the trophy on home soil at a general 4/1.



Update: 24.07.23

The 2023 Women’s World Cup is now underway and while there haven’t been any big shocks as yet, we can expect a few surprises in the coming weeks as the action from down under hots up. 


Battle underway

The 2023 Women’s World Cup has started with 30 nations joining co-hosts Australia and New Zealand in the battle for the coveted trophy. We’re promised some thrilling action along the way and we have already been witness to some impressive displays from the top sides. The popularity of the women’s game has been highlighted once again by the large crowds in attendance for all the games thus far and it’s clear that records are going to be broken in this competition.



Tournament favourites the USA got things off to a fine start with a 3-0 win over Vietnam and the odds on the Americans going all the way and winning the trophy have been trimmed to as low as 2/1, while Spain are next in the betting at 3/1 following their 3-0 victory over Costa Rica. England’s Lionesses secured a narrow 1-0 win over a plucky Haiti side in their tournament opener and they remain a general 5/1 shot (best odds of 11/2) to add the World Cup trophy to their Euro 2022 success.


Winning starts

Co-hosts New Zealand (best odds of 200/2 for the trophy) and Australia (best odds of 10/1) each enjoyed 1-0 wins over Norway and Republic of Ireland respectively on the opening day of the competition while France (best odds of 16/1) and Germany (best odds of 8/1) have yet to kick a ball in anger in this tournament.


2023 Women’s World Cup Best Odds


2/1  –  USA

7/2  –  Spain

11/2 –  England

8/1  –  Germany

10/1 –  Australia

16/1 –  France

20/1 –  Sweden

20/1 –  Japan




We’re now just one day away from the start of the 2023 Women’s World Cup and we can expect some thrilling encounters between the 32 nations tasking part in the tournament. The big question is, who will walk away with the trophy?


Growing in popularity

The 2023 Women’s World Cup gets underway tomorrow (Thursday, 20th July 2023) with 30 countries joining co-hosts New Zealand and Australia in what promises to be a thrilling and fiercely contested tournament. The women’s game has been growing hugely in popularity over the past decade and record crowds will be enjoying some exciting football over the coming weeks.


Struggling with injuries

Understandably, the USA are firm favourites to win the trophy for the third time in succession and they are certainly the ones to beat this time around, even if they are struggling with some injuries in key areas. Similarly, European champions England are expected to do well in the competition although they too are without some key players.


Strong sides

Spain and Germany are two strong sides who will certainly be expected to move past the group stages of the tournament and make it into the semi-finals at the very least, while co-hosts Australia have almost all of their key players fully fit for the occasion and could go all the way on home soil.


Relatively simple group

The Three Lionesses are available at low odds to take home the trophy, however they have never before reached the final of the Women’s World Cup. They have been placed in what looks (at least on paper) to be a relatively simple group alongside Haiti, China and Denmark, however even if they do make it out of their group, Sarina Wiegman’s ladies face a tough draw in the latter stages.


2023 Women’s World Cup Best Odds


13/5 –  USA

5/1  –  England

11/2 –  Spain

9/1  –  Germany

12/1 –  Australia

12/1 –  France

20/1 –  Sweden

30/1 – Bar