2019 Women’s World Cup Odds and Preview

By  Jonathan Willis

Friday, May 24th, 2019

2019 Women’s World Cup Odds

This year’s Women’s World Cup is set to be one of the most hotly contested in recent memory. The level of the game has risen across the globe, and multiple countries are looking to win their first title. Hosts France are co-favorites along with United States, and they have only made it to the semifinals once in their history. England and Australia are among the favorites too, and both countries are looking to make the finals for the first time ever.

The 2019 Women’s World Cup in France will begin on Friday, June 7, and run through the final on Sunday, July 7. All of the action can be seen on FOX, FOX Sports, Telemundo, and Universo.

2019 Women’s World Cup Odds at BookMaker.eu

United States +350

France +350

Germany +575

England +645

Australia +950

Japan +1250

Netherlands +1400

Spain +1900

Brazil +1900

Sweden +1900

Canada +2400

Norway +3450

China +4750

Korea Republic +6000

Italy +6500

New Zealand +8500

Scotland +9500

Argentina +9900

Chile +9900

Nigeria +12500

South Africa +12500

Cameroon +15000

Thailand +25000

Jamaica +50000

Call me a homer, but the best bet is on the United States to win the World Cup at this price. They have made it to at least the semifinals in all seven World Cups, and that kind of consistency should be rewarded. The USWNT was initially a +200 favorite, but the odds have dropped in recent weeks, and they are a more attractive bet because of it.

This team is loaded with talent. The USWNT have a lot of old veterans like Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan, and Carli Lloyd that can pour in the goals, and some of the younger players look very sharp too. Julie Ertz and Mallory Pugh have both looked sharp, and there’s a lot of depth, particularly in the attack.

France is the best bet to knock off the Americans. They are playing this competition on their home soil, and a lot of their players play for the best club team in the world, Lyon. France are the only team that has beaten the Americans in the last year, and they have one of the best players in the world in Amandine Henry. Eugenie Le Sommer, Gaetane Thiney, and Elise Bussaglia are others to watch.

Another European side must be respected too. Germany won consecutive Women’s World Cups in 2003 and 2007, and they have roared back to prominence after rebuilding in the early part of the decade. The Germans have won eight European Championships, and most of this year’s squad is in the prime of their careers. Captain Alexandra Popp and the sensational Dzsenifer Marozsan are the players to watch on this team.

The Three Lionesses have only established themselves as a power recently, but there is a lot of optimism surrounding the women’s team after the success of the men’s team in Russia last year and the surge in the fortune of English club teams in the Champions League and Europa League. England are coached by Phil Neville, and the old Manchester United defender has made defense his hallmark with the women’s team. Steph Houghton captains the team from the back, while Jill Scott, Karen Carney, and Nikita Parris are names to keep an eye on.

There has been a lot of action on the Matildas ahead of the World Cup. Their odds to win it all have been sliced in half due to a run of good results, and they showed they could score with the best against America last month. Lisa De Vanna, Caitlin Foord, and Sam Herr all knocked in goals in that game, and half their roster knows what its like to play against the Americans as part of the NWSL.

For a flyer, I like New Zealand at 85-1. The Football Ferns have blanked Argentina and Norway in the last couple months, and they are in a favorable group. They have an outside shot of tipping Canada and the Netherlands for the group, and that would open up some interesting possibilities for the side.

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