2019 Women World Cup Soccer Odds
Find 2019 Women World Cup soccer odds here on the month long tournament in France featuring the 24 best countries in the world.
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- 01Who will win the Women's World Cup
- 02Who is favored to win the Women World Cup
- 03What are the betting options
- 04How does the Women World Cup work
- 05The Champions
Who will win the Women's World Cup
As the event is expected to surpass one billion global viewers (for the entirety), Women's World Cup betting odds draw plenty of attention everywhere, including Canada. The top soccer odds available are on who will win the 2019 Women's World Cup and on the winner of Groups A through F. There are also player props available on the tournament's top goalscorer and the best player overall of the tournament.
Who is favored to win the Women World Cup
Online sportsbooks are opening host nation France and defending champions the United States as the favourites to win the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. The best pick to make of the two favourites is the United States. The United States opened its tournament with a record-setting 13-0 win over Thailand.
Alex Morgan (who is now the favourite to lead the tournament in goals) notched five goals in the shutout, while seven other players scored for the United States.
The depth and talent of the United States is hardly rivalled anymore in Women's soccer. They have the defensive capabilities to slow down France and got fight it out with a strong England squad.
Even the Japanese and South Korean units, who always play the U.S tough, often come up short due to the advantage the United States has in size.
Pick: United States to Win the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup
What are Canada's Chances at the World Cup?
Even if some online sportsbooks are not giving Canada that much love with odds of 30.0 (at the start of the tournament) to win, they have a great team and a real chance at winning. S
ince the last World Cup, Canada has been one of the best soccer countries in the world. They won a Bronze Medal at the 2016 Olympics and runners-up at CONCACAF in 2018.
They enter the tournament undefeated in 2019 (5-4-0). Going back to June 2018,
Canada has lost only one game - a 2-0 loss at the CONCACAF Finals to the United States. Canada's team is aggressive, smart, well-led (by Christine St. Clair who looks to make history at the tournament) and good enough to challenge anyone. Canada is worth, not just cheering on, but betting on at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.
Pick: Canada to Win the 2019 FIFA World Cup 30.0
Other Countries with a Chance
Below are some countries whose skills and opening World Cup odds are worth some smaller wagers.
France, Odds 4.45
Homefield advantage and plenty of scoring should help France make it out of their tough group into the knockout stage. In the Knockout Stage, France can leverage the home crowd advantage, even more, to push towards the Finals.
While not as talented as the U.S (their most likely Finals opponent), they match up as well against the U.S. as any country.
Sweden, Odds 26.00
Past successful, an early test against the United States and a weak group (outside the U.S.) all but guarantees Sweden a spot in the Knockout Stage.
Once in the Knockout Stage, the battle-tested Swedish team should line up in a Bracket where they would not likely play the U.S again until the Finals, where the first game against them could help Sweden gameplan for an upset.
Nigeria, Odds 101.00
After a win and a decent showing in their first two games of the tournament, Nigeria should grab one of the final four spots in the Knockout Stage.
Once reaching the Knockout Stage, anything is possible, and with Nigeria's endurance and the odds offered if they win, they are worth a small wager.
What are the betting options
As one of the biggest and greatest soccer tournaments in the World, Canadians are able to find ample soccer betting opportunities on the Women's World Cup. The main bets available on the 2019 Women's World Cup are split into two categories - futures and game props.
Futures on the Women's World Cup
There are two main futures on the World Cup. The first is picking what country will outright win the tournament. The second what teams will win their groups.
The favourites to win the overall tournament open around 4.5 to 5.5, while group winners can range from odds of 1.2 to 3.00 (in very competitive groups. There are also futures on the best overall player and the top lioness goalscorer.
Game Bets on the Women's World Cup
The most popular bet available on 2019 Women's World Cup games is picking the winner. As it is with most soccer, bettors may bet either side to win or the game to end in a draw.
Other popular bets include game totals and the point spread. When the tournament reaches the Finals, the number of bets available increases to include more player props and even bets on what minute the first goal will get scored.
See below the top sportsbooks where you can wager online and choose the best one for you:
How does the Women World Cup work
The Women's World Cup is a month-long tournament with a round robin to start before a single-elimination bracket determines a winner.
Countries are divided into Groups of four, with sixteen teams advancing. The top two teams in each group are guaranteed a spot in the knockout stage.
The last four places are given to the four third-place countries with the best record (or if there are ties, best goal differentiate). The 16 countries then compete in a single-elimination bracket until only one country is declared the winner.
When is the Women’s World Cup
The 2019 World Cup takes place from June 7, 2019, until the Finals on July 7, 2019. For the first two weeks of the tournament, there are matches every day. After the Grop Stage concludes, there are off days between the different stages of the World Cup bracket.
Where is the Women’s World Cup
The 2019 Women's World Cup is in France. There are nine host cities for the tournament.
Paris, Lyon, Nice, Montpellier, Rennes, Le Havre Valenciennes, Reims and Grenoble.
The Semi-finals and Finals of the World Cup take place in Decines-Charpieu, the suburb of Lyon where there 59,000 capacity stadium is located.
How to watch Women’s World Cup
The 2019 Women's World Cup is entirely broadcast on TSN and RDS (in French-Speaking regions).
France holds a four and a half to nine-hour timezone difference with Canada. Therefore all days are broadcast during the morning and afternoon. The Finals take place on July 7 at 11:00 am EST 0r 8:00 am PST.
Through the first seven Women's World Cups the United States is by far the most successful country. Along with three championships (most by any country), the United States has medalled at the other four World Cups (with one silver and three bronze).
The next most successful countries at the World Cup are Germany (two wins, one runner-up and two fourth places) and Norway (one win, one runner-up and two fourths).
Canada's best finish at the tournament came in 2003 when they managed a fourth-place finish in Germany.
The full list of tournament champions can be seen below:
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