Women's World Cup 2023 Betting Tips & Predictions

Women’s World Cup tips: Our team of experts run the rule over the 2023 Women’s World Cup and beyond as we enter the quarter final stages in New Zealand and Australia.

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Squawka Accumulator

Saturday BTTS
  • Spanish La Liga

    Osasuna - Villarreal

    Squawka Betting Tip
    BTTS - Yes
  • Spanish La Liga

    Real Sociedad - Atletico Madrid

    Squawka Betting Tip
    BTTS - Yes
  • Italy Serie A

    Juventus - Monza

    Squawka Betting Tip
    BTTS - Yes
  • Belgium Jupiler League

    OH Leuven - Westerlo

    Squawka Betting Tip
    BTTS - Yes
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Saturday Anytime
  • FA Cup

    Man City - Man Utd

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Phil Foden to score
  • Scottish FA Cup

    Celtic - Rangers

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Kyogo Furuhashi to score
  • DFB-Pokal

    Kaiserslautern - Bayer Leverkusen

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Alex Grimaldo to score
  • Italy Serie A

    Milan - Salernitana

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Rafael Leao to score
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Squawka Selector - Man City vs Man United
  • FA Cup

    Man City - Man United

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Man City to win
  • Squawka Betting Tip
    Man City to be winning at half time
  • Squawka Betting Tip
    BTTS - No
  • Squawka Betting Tip
    3 or more goals
  • Squawka Betting Tip
    Phil Foden to score anytime
  • Squawka Betting Tip
    Casemiro to be booked
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FA Cup - Gold 🥇

Man CityMan Utd

Squawka Betting Tip
Foden to score or assist and Manchester City to win in 90 mins
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FA Cup - Silver 🥈

Man CityMan Utd

Squawka Betting Tip
Phil Foden, Kevin de Bruyne and Alejandro Garnacho Each At Least 1 Shot On Target
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FA Cup - Bronze 🥉

Man CityMan Utd

Squawka Betting Tip
Bruno Fernandes to score or assist, Diogo Dalot to be carded, Scott McTominay over 1.5 shots, and Kevin De Bruyne over 1.5 shots
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Saturday Accumulator
  • FA Cup

    Man City - Man Utd

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Manchester City to win
  • Spanish La Liga

    Almeria - Cadiz

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Almeria to win
  • Italy Serie A

    Milan - Salernitana

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Milan to win
  • DFB Pokal

    Kaiserslautern - Bayer Leverkusen

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Leverkusen to win
  • Spanish La Liga

    Real Madrid - Real Betis

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Real Madrid to win
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Saturday Overs Acca
  • Norway Eliteserien

    Fredrikstad - Tromso

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Over 2.5 goals
  • Belgium Jupiler League

    Gent - St-Truiden

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Over 2.5 goals
  • Italy Serie A

    Milan - Salernitana

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Over 2.5 goals
  • Real Madrid - Real Betis

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Over 2.5 goals
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EFL Championship - Bronze 🥉

LeedsSouthampton

Squawka Betting Tip
Southampton to win, BTTS, each team 4+ corners and each team 20+ booking pts in 90 mins
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EFL Championship - Silver 🥈

LeedsSouthampton

Squawka Betting Tip
A. Armstrong & C. Summerville o1.5 shots, J. Piroe, W. Gnonto, G. Rutter & W. Smallbone o0.5 shots
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EFL Championship - Gold 🥇

LeedsSouthampton

Squawka Betting Tip
Ilia Gruev over 1.5 fouls
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Sunday Bet Builder
  • EFL Championship

    Leeds - Southampton

    Squawka Betting Tip
    Flynn Downes to be booked
  • Squawka Betting Tip
    Crysencio Summerville over 1.5 shots on target
  • Squawka Betting Tip
    Glen Kamara over 1.5 fouls committed
  • Squawka Betting Tip
    Will Smallbone over 0.5 shots attempted
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Squawka Betting Tip
Group A Winner - Germany
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Euro 2024

GermanyScotland

Squawka Betting Tip
Germany 3-1 Scotland
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Euro 2024

HungarySwitzerland

Squawka Betting Tip
Hungary 1-0 Switzerland
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Euro 2024

SpainCroatia

Squawka Betting Tip
Spain 2-1 Croatia
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Squawka Betting Tip
Group B Winner - Spain
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Squawka Betting Tip
Group C Winner - England
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Euro 2024

PolandNetherlands

Squawka Betting Tip
Poland 1-2 Netherlands
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Squawka Betting Tip
Group D Winner - France
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The Women’s World Cup is now entering the quarter final stages and despite struggling in three of their four matches so far, England are now the favourites to win the tournament with most of the bookmakers – with just one of the remaining eight teams having ever won the World Cup before.

It’s been a real tournament of shocks with Germany and Brazil among the teams dumped out in the group stages and that theme carried on into the Quarter Finals as Sweden overcame the odds to beat USA on penalties – the four-time World Cup winners and pre-tournament favourites heading home before the final eight stage.

Blagult will take on the only remaining team to have previously won the tournament in the Quarter Finals when they face Japan, Nadeshiko progressing thanks to a 3-1 win over Norway in which Hinata Miyazawa notched her fifth goal of the tournament.

England were almost on the end of a shock result themselves as they struggled to a penalty shoot-out against Nigeria with Lauren James being sent off during normal time. The Lionesses were eventually able to progress and will now meet Colombia in the Quarter Finals as Catalina Usme’s 51st minute strike put the South American side through ahead of Jamaica.

Elsewhere, there’s set to be an all-European affair in Wellington, as the Netherlands overcame South Africa 2-0 to set-up a meeting with Spain, who produced a stunning performance to hammer Switzerland 5-1 in their own Round of 16 game

And the Quarter Final schedule is completed by hosts Australia taking on France in Brisbane, with both of those teams progressing from their own Round of 16 clashes without conceding a goal, les Bleues beating Morocco 4-0 and the Matildas progressing with a 2-0 victory over another European outfit in the shape of Denmark.

Women’s World Cup 2023 Outright Odds

When do you release Women’s World Cup 2023 tips?

We look to publish our Women’s World Cup 2023 betting tips and predictions approximately 48 hours prior to kick-off, allowing you time to consider your options. Time periods can change depending on fixture congestion, but you can still count on us ahead of the group stages and into the knockout rounds.

As we get closer to the finals, there will be a whole host of different betting offer guides, match previews and plenty more around the site. So, keep your eyes peeled for a special Squawka slant on your betting content during the biggest tournament in women’s international football — the World Cup.

Women’s World Cup predictions

Today’s Women’s World Cup 2023 tips

Not only do we add a tips box for every game which you will find above ahead of each round of Women’s World Cup fixtures, but we also produce special betting previews on the big matches.

Our betting previews include our tips, of course, but they also include the odds from a host of different bookmakers, our key stats ahead of the fixture, the predictions of our expert writers and a look back at previous meetings between the two nations.

Women’s World Cup 2023 in-play betting tips

In-play betting has become more and more popular by the year and when the Women’s World Cup 2023 gets underway, a lot of punters will be watching each and every game live as it unfolds, giving ample opportunity for some in-play betting.

That means you’ll be able to place bets based on how the final is flowing before your eyes, whether you fancy a defender to nick an unlikely goal or the star forward is looking dangerous and you want to back her to strike next. We’re looking at you Sam Kerr and Rachel Daly.

And what’s more, with most bookmakers also offering cash out on bets, you can react to the action to cash out for a portion of your potential winnings before the game is over.

Full-time results

The most popular market on any sportsbook, a full-time result bet is as simple as it sounds – you’re betting on the eventual outcome of the game.

The beauty of the Women’s World Cup sees some of the greatest players and teams in the international game go head-to-head and whichever way you see the game heading, you can bet on the outcome with the full-time results market.

You can even bet on which team will win each half or be leading at a certain point. There are also correct score markets, where you can bet on the exact result at full-time, or indeed half-time.

To score and win tips

You might get more value on those short-price odds for the favourites by combining your team to win tip with a goalscorer tip!

Of course, there are plenty of goalscoring markets available regardless, including first scorer, any time scorer, last scorer, to score two or more and many others.

Both teams to score

Exactly what it says on the tin – both teams must score in the 90 minutes for your bet to come in.

These are particularly popular bets to place as multiples, when you’re betting on for example four games and essentially eight different teams to score. Easy pickings with some of the attacking talent set to be on show!

Over 2.5 goals

Similar to the BTTS market, in these markets you’re betting on more than two goals to be scored in the game, which can be particularly popular if you’re expecting a thumping win for one side – or if you’re backing both teams to be on the scoresheet a lot.

Of course, you can also bet on Under 2.5 goals if you’re expecting a lower-scoring game, or you can change the parameters to bet on Under or Over 1.5, 3.5 or 4.5 goals and more. The 2019 Women’s World Cup averaged 2.81 goals per match, including a 13-0 thrashing of Thailand by the USWNT.

Double chance

Think the bookies have got the odds all wrong and fancy those underdogs to get the better of their more illustrious opponents?

The double chance bet is perfect for this kind of hunch, as it allows you simply to bet on a team not to lose, giving you both the victory on your chosen team and the draw within the odds.

Bookings

It is often said that officiating in women’s football still has to catch up with regards to harsh decisions, with many fans feeling fouls are often waved away wrongly when they would have been given in the men’s game. This has led to bad injuries, as players look to get as close to the line as possible, knowing they are less likely to be punished.

Nevertheless, there were still 130 yellow cards shown across the 52 matches 2019 Women’s World Cup, with 116 for either a reckless tackle or stopping a promising attack opportunity.

There are plenty of markets available here, from total bookings, overs and under markets and which team will pick up the first booking in a game. Plus, you can even bet on whether a specific match will feature a red card.

There are also markets available on specific players to be carded or even sent off in a game.

Corners taken

Most bookmakers now offer bet-builder style markets where you can combine different bets from corners, cards, goals and result markets to create a specific, bespoke bet on the game.

But corner markets are worth backing themselves and you can bet on a certain amount of corners in the game, overs and unders markets, team specific amounts and who will win the first corner among other bets.

Women’s World Cup 2023 VAR specials

The 2019 Women’s World Cup was used as a trial for the updated Laws of the Game which included more scrutiny for goalkeeper encroachment during penalties. There was also VAR at the tournament, and it will return for Australia/New Zealand, hopefully with better use.

Some bookmakers do offer VAR specials — will there be a check in the game, how many will there be, that type of thing — so keep an eye out for any that get involved at the Women’s World Cup.

Women’s World Cup 2023 Groups

Group A: New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Switzerland
Group B: Australia, Ireland, Nigeria, Canada
Group C: Spain, Costa Rica, Zambia, Japan
Group D: England, Haiti, Denmark, China
Group E: United States, Vietnam, Netherlands, Portugal
Group F: France, Jamaica, Brazil, Panama
Group G: Sweden, South Africa, Italy, Argentina
Group H: Germany, Morocco, Colombia, South Korea

Women’s World Cup 2023 dates

The tournament kicks off on Thursday, July 20 with co-hosts New Zealand taking on Norway at 8am UK time. Australia then face Ireland in their first game at 11am.

Here’s how the schedule is looking:

July 20-25: Group stage round 1
July 25-30: Group stage round 2
July 30-August 3: Group stage round 3
August 5-8: Last 16
August 11-12: Quarter-finals
August 15-16: Semi-finals
August 19: Third-place play-off
August 20: Women’s World Cup Final

Current Women’s World Cup 2023 outright odds

Below you can find the latest Women’s World Cup 2023 outright odds from both Paddy Power and Sky Bet and what’s more, if you fancy any of these odds, simply click on them to load them directly to your betslip within the site. Then, log-in and place your Women’s World Cup outright bet!

At the moment, the USWNT are favourites and understandably so given their standing in women’s football. However, European champions England are also high up the list after their successes last year. Spain and Germany will count themselves in the running, with France having an outside chance — now led by former Saudi Arabia (men’s) manager Herve Renard.

This week’s Women’s World Cup 2023 predictions

Feel you’re ready to start placing your Women’s World Cup 2023 bets? Read on for a little more information if you’re still looking to be armed with everything you need before you start looking to bash those bookmakers.

Women’s World Cup 2023 price boosts

It would be foolish not to take advantage of the excellent price boosts, new customer offers and specials available on Women’s World Cup 2023 – and the tournament itself.

With some bookmakers such as Sky Bet, you may find a raft of boosted prices on every single game once the main tournament itself kicks off.

Women’s World Cup 2023 accumulators

The best thing about a major tournament is the fact that you can get a handful of big games in a short period of time and it was no different at the Women’s World Cup 2023 with two to four games per day in the group stage.

The accumulator markets come in handy here and are perhaps best utilised over a couple of days, so the Women’s World Cup 2023 is perfect for such a bet. Though don’t be caught out by the time difference, with a number of games kicking off in the early hours of the morning in the UK.

Naturally, Win-Draw-Win accumulators are the most popular when it comes to accas but you can also add BTTS or mix and match with different markets from different matches if you so desire. Of course, you can also combines markets from one game into an acca, which will be key for the final.

Best bookmakers for Women’s World Cup 2023

We’ve still not a little while to go until the tournament kicks off, but that means you have a lot ot time to get used to which bookmakers you’ll want to use.

Such an influx of action means you may not be able to distinguish the good from the best. Fortunately, at Squawka Bet, we’ve done the legwork for you. Check out the crème of the crop below:

What other competitions do we offer tips for?

The Women’s World Cup isn’t the only competition we provide dedicated tips and betting insight for. Indeed, there are plenty of other men’s tournaments and leagues we cover with just as much zest and accuracy.

So, without further ado:

Women’s World Cup 2023 offers & free bets

Aside from our Women’s World Cup 2023 tips and predictions, there’s plenty more betting contributions to delve into, chiefly the World Cup betting offers and free bets.

These will most be present for every knock-out game with specials, promotions and enhanced odds available to wager on.

So, strap yourselves in, arm yourself with our betting content, and sit back as the games come in thick and fast for an international tournament unlike any other.