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England vs Colombia: Women’s World Cup predictions, tips, odds & team news

England vs Colombia Women's World Cup predictions: tips, odds & team news

England will be hoping to reach the semi-finals of the Women’s World Cup when they take on Colombia on Saturday at 11:30am (UK time).

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England Women vs Colombia Women predictions

England Women vs Colombia Women: Predictions

Bet Prediction Best odds
BTTS? Yes 33/20 with BetUK
Correct Score England Women 1-1 Colombia Women 6/1 with Copy Bet
First Goalscorer Chloe Kelly 8/1 with Bet365

Odds correct at the time of writing. 18+ Only. Terms and Conditions Apply.

The stats behind our England Women vs Colombia Women predictions:

  • Colombia have scored just five goals in their four games at the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
  • Chloe Kelly has scored four goals in 10 games for England in 2023, including one against China at the World Cup.
  • England have faced 40 shots at the 2023 Women’s World Cup, with only two quarter-finalists facing more.
  • Linda Caicedo has scored with two of her five shots at the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
  • England are unbeaten in 10 games at major tournaments under Sarina Wiegman.

England Women vs Colombia Women match tip

Either team to win in extra time @ 6/1 with Betfair

This is set to be a thrilling game with Colombia knowing they can get at England, exploiting those same weaknesses that Nigeria exposed in the last 16. However, England showed against the Super Falcons that they do still have the quality to hold on when the game is going against them, as well as a bit of luck in the bank. It might take more than 90 minutes to find a winner here.

England Women vs Colombia Women Bet-Builder tip

Under 2.5 goals & Linda Caicedo to score anytime with Rhino Bet

Colombia haven’t been the greatest of scorers at the World Cup this summer, netting the fewest goals of all the quarter-finalists but they are set to have a fun morning against England. The Lionesses have shown weaknesses at full-back that Linda Caicedo and co. will thrive against, with the Real Madrid forward scoring two goals from just five shots at the World Cup so far.

England Women vs Colombia Women odds

England vs Colombia – Women’s World Cup

*Odds correct as of 13:00 on August 9

Sarina Wiegman’s side are European champions but they haven’t been at their best this tournament, labouring their way to the quarter-finals. In the group stage there were two 1-0 wins over Haiti and Denmark to put England on the brink of qualification for the knockout stages and that spot was secured with an emphatic 6-1 victory over China. Given the performance and the manner of the victory, many believed this would be the catalyst for England dominating at a World Cup that had seen some big names fall. However, in their last 16 tie England were very fortunate not to lose to Nigeria, eventually holding on to a goalless draw before taking it on penalties. An undeserving victory, England know something has to change if they are to win the World Cup.

Looking to cause another upset at this World Cup are Colombia, who are in the quarter-finals for the first ever time. Placed in a group alongside Germany, South Korea and Morocco, Colombia will have been outsiders to even make it to the last 16 given the stature of the former two. However, Colombia beat both of them in the group stage, including a dramatic 2-1 win over Germany, to all but secure their spot in the last 16. A defeat to Morocco in the final game couldn’t drop Colombia from top spot, and they ended Jamaica’s hopes last time out with a 1-0 victory. They can cause a lot of problems.

England Women vs Colombia Women team news

Keira Walsh had to come off with another injury against Nigeria, having only just returned from a knee problem which many had feared would rule her out for the remainder of the tournament. However, there are no worries that Walsh will not be available for the weekend. Lauren James, on the other hand, will miss out through suspension after her red card for a stamp on Michelle Alozie. An automatic one-game ban, James is still waiting to find out whether she will have to sit on the sidelines for longer.

England Women team news

In  Out Doubtful
None Lauren James None

Colombia welcome defender Manuela Vanegas back into the squad after she missed the 1-0 win over Jamaica through suspension for yellow card accumulation. Ana Maria Guzman started in her stead and will be hoping her performance against Jamaica was enough to retain her spot.

Colombia Women team news

In  Out Doubtful
Manuela Vanegas None None

England Women vs Colombia Women head-to-head record

  • 17 June 2015 – England 2-1 Colombia – 2015 Women’s World Cup

England and Colombia have only met once before in the group stage of the 2015 Women’s World Cup, with goals from Karen Carney and Fara Williams enough to secure victory.

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