The FIFA Women’s World Cup is currently in full swing, and although it is undeniably motivational, which team do you believe will emerge victorious? That will rely on a great deal of different factors. When it comes to the betting odds, the United States Women’s National Team, who are the current holders of the world championship, are still in the lead.
The United States Women’s National Team now has odds of +240 to win the tournament after beginning with a 3-0 victory against Vietnam. Earlier in the summer, Team USA had a score of +275. Continue reading down below.
It is anticipated that the current Women’s World Cup will be the most bet in World Cup history, particularly if the United States Women’s National Team is able to make another title run. After beginning the competition with a betting line of +430, England is now the third choice at +600. England is now rated fourth in the FIFA global rankings. Earlier in the summer, the Lionesses had a plus-350 advantage.
What are your opinions thus far on the FIFA Women’s World Cup of Soccer? Who do you think will emerge victorious in the end?
As a result of Canada and Nigeria playing to a 0-0 draw, Canada’s chances have increased to +6500. When the tournament began, Canada had odds of +3400, while Norway’s odds rose from +5000 to +19000 following their initial loss against New Zealand (1-0). New Zealand’s odds moved from +19000 to +12000 after opening the competition with the same numbers.
One would even claim that it is somewhat difficult, right?
Spain is now the second betting favorite, with odds of +320, and is making its way up the odds list. Spain’s odds of winning the tournament were +550 before they debuted with a 3-0 win against Costa Rica. After that win, Spain’s odds plummeted to +360, and they dropped even lower throughout the course of the weekend.
David Mosse, a soccer specialist for FOX Sports, pointed out that the United States Women’s National Team (USWNT) may be on the verge of writing itself into the annals of soccer history in the coming year. In point of fact, that developed into something that people did.
No country has won three straight World Cups on the men’s or women’s side; […] but if youngsters like Sophia Smith continue to develop, the U.S. is more than capable of accomplishing that feat, Mosse explained.
When this year rolls around, will the women’s team create history? Make sure you show your support for your favorite team!