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2023 Women’s World Cup odds: England now favored to win it all


England remains at the top of the oddsboard as the favorite to win it all at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Heading into the knockout stage, England was the betting favorite at +250. The Lionesses beat Nigeria in the knockout round on Monday and now sit at +200.

The USWNT — the third betting choice at +600 heading into the knockout stage — was eliminated by Sweden on Sunday.

Sweden’s win advanced The Blue and Yellow to the quarterfinals and shortened the team’s odds from +1800 to +950. 

As the knockout stage continues, and we march toward the final, let’s dive into the remaining teams’ odds to win the Women’s World Cup.


England: +200 (bet $10 to win $30 total)
Spain: +380 (bet $10 to win $48 total)
France: +550 (bet $10 to win $65 total)
Japan: +550 (bet $10 to win $65 total)
Australia: +750 (bet $10 to win $85 total)
Sweden: +950 (bet $10 to win $105 total)
Netherlands: +1300 (bet $10 to win $140 total)
Colombia: +2900 (bet $10 to win $300 total)

*odds as of 8/8/2023

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England, ranked fourth in the FIFA world rankings entering the tournament, is seeking its first WWC title. The team’s best showing was placing third in 2015.

Australia, which beat Denmark 2-0 on Monday to advance to the quarterfinals, saw its odds to win the title drop to +750 after being at +900 heading into the knockout stage.

Stay tuned to FOX Sports to follow the latest news on the tournament.

And don’t forget, you can watch all the amazing action unfold on FOX Sports and the FOX Sports app during the tournament. 

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