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Women's World Cup Tips
Women's World Cup Final Betting Tips
Spain take on England in the final of the 2023 Women's World Cup in Sydney on Sunday with a new name set to go on the trophy.
The Spanish have lit up the finals with some delightful football and are the tightest of favourites against an England side who beat them en route to being crowned European champions 12 months ago.
Twenty-four hours earlier, co-hosts Australia will be desperate to sign off their tournament by beating Sweden in the third place playoff.
England To Win The Trophy @ 22/25
Sarina Wiegman is one game away from becoming the most successful coach of any England national side, and she can pull it off by guiding the Lionesses over the line against Spain in the World Cup Final in Sydney.
Wiegman joined Sir Alf Ramsey as a major tournament winner last summer when leading England to glory at the Euros.
And now, having proved more resilient, more efficient and more focused than any other nation down under over the past month, she is set to double her silverware tally by ruling the world.
England have enjoyed good fortune with the draw – the tenth-ranked Australians whom they beat 3-1 in the semi-finals are the only top-ten team they have played to date while Spain have seen off two countries rated higher than the Aussies.
And for long periods of games against Haiti, Denmark and Nigeria, England looked one-dimensional and lustreless.
But unlike Spain they are unbeaten – the Spanish were thumped 4-0 by Japan in the group stage – and they look tighter at the back. England have shipped just three goals in six matches while Spain have let in seven.
A Russo anytime scorer @ 27/10
Alessia Russo has become the goalscoring leader for England and can cap a memorable finals by finding the net at Stadium Australia.
Spain have no shortage of classy front players, all of whom are capable of hitting the target, but Russo stands apart in this tournament with three goals in the last four games.
No one has fired more shots than Russo and no one has more on target.
The Arsenal ace has now bagged a goal every other game for her country and against a Spanish defence who have proved they can be breached, she can unlock it and is well worth a first-scorer bet, never mind an anytime scorer punt at 27/10.
Third/Fourth Place Playoff – Full Time Sweden @ 7/5
It just wouldn't be a third/fourth place playoff without the Swedes and in keeping with recent history, back them to fly north with a win under the belt.
It's not the match that either Sweden or Australia were hoping to be involved in heading into the semi-finals when they were hunting a trip to Sydney on Sunday rather than having to suffer a lower-key finale in Brisbane.
The Swedes are dab hands at this having finished third three times and never lost this match and they can rain on the hosts' farewell parade.
Australia will have the crowd right behind them at Lang Park where in two previous appearances at these finals they have lost to Nigeria and drawn with France.
Neither of these nations will have much left in the tank but this is a fixture Sweden have a history of managing well.
Tip 1 - Switzerland to qualify from Group A at 4/7
New Zealand have home support behind them in Group A but with a track record of never making it out of the group stage, this could be a tricky summer for the co-hosts.
New Zealand have a fairly straightforward path to qualifying so this marks their fifth straight World Cup appearance. In their five previous appearances at the tournament, they have yet to make it past the group stage.
When also considering the fact that they have won once across their last 12 games, they could be in trouble against a Switzerland side who have plenty of great attacking options.
The Football Ferns have lost seven of their nine games in 2023 and the Swiss have quality players who can fire them through to the knockout rounds.
Tip 2 - England to win the World Cup at 33/10
England are second favourites in the betting after their Euros triumph last year and while their warm up games haven’t been too inspiring, they can come out on top Down Under.
The Lionesses have made the semi-finals at the last two World Cups and the appointment of Sabrina Wiegman can give them an extra edge this summer. She led the team to Euro 2022 success having previously taken the Dutch to the Euro crown and the 2019 World Cup final.
This is an incredibly gifted group of English players and the fact they took out Spain, Sweden and Germany in knockout football a year ago suggests they have the quality to win this tournament.
The period of US dominance looks set to come to an end and England are well placed to capitalise.
Tip 3 - Australia to be eliminated in the semi-finals at 6/1
While New Zealand could be primed for a tough tournament, their fellow hosts are heading into Group B in great shape. Australia have won nine of their last 10 games, with a 2-0 win away to England in April and a 1-0 victory over France this month highlighting their quality.
Captain Sam Kerr is the standout player and the Chelsea forward has a fantastic scoring ratio at this level. With some big wins behind them already, having home advantage could be a game-changer for Australia this year.
The Aussies made the Olympic Games semi-finals in 2021 - beating Team GB along the way. They have made the last eight at three of the last four World Cups and their recent win over the French suggests they can get a result in their potential quarter-final match-up at this tournament.
The French have only made it past the quarters once at the World Cup and they routinely exit the Euros at that stage too, so as hosts Australia have plenty of reason to expect a strong run, with a semi-final exit looking like excellent value at 6/1.