Welcome to the 101 Great Goals Women’s World Cup betting tips and predictions page - your number one place to find out all you need to know about Women’s World Cup odds, betting tips, results and statistics.
Here, we constantly update our Women’s World Cup schedule, predictions and tables to keep you in the loop with one of the most eagerly-anticipated global tournaments in the women’s game. Our match predictions cover every upcoming game and are available in advance to help you make better-informed betting decisions.
You can also find the latest breaking news, features and team guides as the tournament progresses, starting on July 20.
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Australia to win the 2023 Women’s World Cup - 12/1!
Women’s World Cup Betting Odds
England have long been fancied to be one of the teams to beat at the 2023 Women’s World Cup, thanks to their impressive win in the Euros last summer, but a host of injuries to key players means they face a tough challenge if they wish to continue their stunning run of form under Sarina Wiegman.
However they go into the tournament as second favourites owing to their tournament experience, finishing in third place eight years ago and fourth place at France 2019, as well as the 2022 Euros success and a semi-final finish in 2017.
The runaway favourites are undoubtedly USA, who successfully defended their 2015 triumph with a 2-0 win over Netherlands in the final four years ago and are strong favourites to do so again with the likes of Alex Morgan, Lindsay Horan and Julie Ertz still going strong.
Spain are third favourites for the title, ahead of Euros runners-up Germany and France, who also have a solid history in the format. Keep an eye out for Australia too, with Chelsea striker Sam Kerr one of the players poised to make an impact and a recent 2-0 win over England a sign that they could be a force to be reckoned with,
Here is a full list of Women’s World Cup pre-tournament betting odds this year:
- USA - 5/2
- England - 7/2
- Spain - 13/2
Women’s World Cup Form Guide
The USA are undoubtedly the team to beat going into the tournament. With such a rich pedigree in world tournaments in recent years they are clear favourites heading into the 2023 Women’s World Cup, but there have been signs that there are weaknesses in their armour.
Three defeats in as many games against England, Spain and Germany - likely to be three of the main challengers - at the end of 2022 has shown that there are weaknesses that can be exploited. However an 80% winning record in World Cups - they have never finished lower than third place - isn’t to be taken lightly.
Aside from European champions England, Australia will be one of the sides to look out for as well after they won 2-0 in London in April, shortly after a win over Spain, another of the fancied teams. Sam Kerr was the star of the show that day and if she hits her straps then she could be one of the players of the tournament.
Spain have shown, with wins over Norway, Japan and USA that they are more than capable of an upset and they will lean heavily on Jennifer Hermoso to score their goals.
Here are the World Cup records of the leading teams at this year’s tournament:
|Team||Matches||Wins||Draws||Losses||Appearances (qualification)||Best achievement||World ranking|
|USA||50||40||6||4||8/8||Winners (’91, ‘99, ‘15, ‘19)||1|
|Spain||7||1||2||4||3/8||Round of 16 (’19)||6|
|Germany||44||30||5||9||8/8||Winners (’03, ‘07)||2|
|Australia||26||7||6||13||7/8||Quarter-finals (’07, ‘11, ‘15)||10|
Who is playing at the Women’s World Cup?
The 2023 Women’s World Cup promises to be the biggest and best yet, with 32 teams competing in Australia and New Zealand between 20 July - 20 August.
You can read our in-depth team guides on the major sides competing at this year’s tournament
Women’s World Cup Groups 2023
The 2023 Women’s World Cup will be split into eight groups of four.
Here is a breakdown of each Women’s World Cup group, and click into each group to find out the latest World Cup odds and betting tips.
2023 Women’s World Cup Schedule
Here are some of the key dates to look out for, and a general overview of the Women’s World Cup schedule:
- First game
- New Zealand vs Norway, July 20 - Eden Park
- England games
- England vs Haiti, July 22 - Lang Park
- England vs Denmark, July 28 - Sydney Football Stadium
- China vs England, August 1 - Hindmarsh Stadium
- USA games
- USA vs Vietnam, July 22 - Eden Park
- USA vs Netherlands, July 27 - Wellington
- Portugal vs USA, August 1 - Eden Park
- End of group stages
- Thursday 3 August
- Round of 16
- Saturday 5 August - Tuesday 8 August
- Friday 11 August - Saturday 12 August
- Tuesday 15 August - Wednesday 16 August
- Sunday 20 August
How to watch the Women’s World Cup
Live coverage of Women’s World Cup 2023 on TV is shared between BBC and ITV with both broadcasters sharing live coverage of the 2023 Women’s World Cup final on TV.
You can also follow the Women’s World Cup on bet365 with a funded account.
Provide the main ways readers can watch the 2023 WWC, either via streaming platforms or the national TV channels providing the coverage.
Women’s World Cup odds, fixtures and statistics
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Who won the Women’s World Cup?
USA won the 2019 Women’s World Cup, successfully defending their 2015 title at the Parc Olympique, where they beat Netherlands 2-0 in the final.
When does the Women's World Cup start?
The Women’s World Cup start on July 20th, when hosts New Zealand take on Norway at Eden Park. It concludes with the final in Sydney on August 20th.
Where is the Women's World Cup?
The Women’s World Cup is being held across New Zealand and Australia. The first game is in Auckland before concluding in Sydney.