England Women’s World Cup Odds, Group, Form & Squad
We have England Women’s World Cup odds, and everything else you need to know as we preview the chances of the Lionesses in Australia.
The Euro 2022 Winners will be going into this tournament as one of the leading contenders to land the World Cup and, by extension, their second successive international tournament victory in what is a golden generation for the England Women’s team.
England Women’s World Cup Betting Odds
England Women are 7/2 in the betting odds to win the World Cup. Those odds make them the second favourite in the betting market for the Women’s World Cup, after USA Women at 7/2.
You can also find more odds here at BoyleSports to back the England Women’s team at this summer’s World Cup. The Lionesses are 15/8 To reach the final, 1/25 to win their group and 1/66 to qualify.
England Women’s World Cup Group
England were drawn in Group D for the World Cup, which is as follows:
England Women’s Form
England are currently ranked 4th in the world, and in 2023 they have been in solid form with three wins, two draws (one against Brazil, which they’d go on to win on penalties) and one defeat against Australia 0-2. They qualified for the World Cup by UEFA Group D, winning ten from ten matches, scoring eighty goals and conceding none.
The highlight so far this year for the Lionesses was their 2023 Women’s Finalissima victory over Brazil who they beat 4-2 on penalties.
Victory in Australia and New Zealand would see England win their first-ever Women’s World Cup title.
England Women’s World Cup History
England has appeared at the Women’s World Cup on six occasions, never earning less than a Quarter-Final appearance at each tournament.
Their best finish came in 2015 when they finished in third place. They then followed that up in the most recent Women’s World Cup with a fourth-place finish in 2019.
2023 England Women’s World Cup Squad
Mary Earps (Manchester United)
Ellie Roebuck (Manchester City)
Hannah Hampton (Chelsea)
Lucy Bronze (Barcelona)
Alex Greenwood (Manchester City)
Millie Bright (Chelsea)
Jess Carter (Chelsea)
Lotte Wubben-Moy (Arsenal)
Niamh Charles (Chelsea)
Esme Morgan (Manchester City)
Jordan Nobbs (Aston Villa)
Keira Walsh (Barcelona)
Georgia Stanway (Bayern Munich)
Ella Toone (Manchester United)
Katie Zelem (Manchester United)
Laura Coombs (Manchester City)
Rachel Daly (Aston Villa)
Lauren Hemp (Manchester City)
Chloe Kelly ( Manchester City)
Bethany England (Tottenham Hotspur)
Alessia Russo (Arsenal)
Lauren James (Chelsea)
Katie Robinson (Brighton)
Sarina Wiegman has held the position of England head coach since September 2021, following 15 years of experience, most notably with the Netherlands.
Sarina has already become the most successful England Women’s coach ever from thirty-two matches, having twenty-five wins, six draws and only one defeat. The highlight of her spell in charge to date was the Lionesses famous Euro 2022 success where they beat Germany in extra-time at Wembley.
The full back has 105 games and 12 goals for her country since making her debut in 2013. Lucy is a world class full back with no discernible weaknesses in her game.
Her 75.46 Passes P/90 ranks in the 98th percentile, her 2.4 Progressive Carries P/90 in the 84th percentile and her 3.16 Aerials Won P/90 is in the 99th percentile.
— FIFA Women's World Cup (@FIFAWWC) July 11, 2023
The Bayern Munich and England player is an all-action midfielder who has 50 caps and 15 goals under her belt in the England jersey.
Stanway averages 66.59 Passes Attempted P/90 which ranks her in the 98th percentile, 1.63 Successful Take Ons P/90 in the 96th percentile, 3.5 Tackles P/90 in the 90th percentile, 2.13 Blocks and Clearances in the 99th and 98th percentile respectfully. These stats back up what your eyes tell you when watching Stanway play; she is a world class midfielder with everything in her game.
— carmenstadi (@carmen_stadi) October 27, 2022
The newest Arsenal striker has been on a pathway to superstardom for England ever since her backheel goal for England against Sweden during Euro 2022 last year. Since then she is becoming an increasingly important player for England with 11 goals in 22 games so far.
Russo’s power and athleticism from the front is a joy to watch, which can’t be quantified, but she will bully defenders in Australia. She is my outside choice as Player of the Tournament because of how important she will be to this England team in this tournament.
.@alessiarusso7's backheel *obviously* features 🤯
— DAZN Football (@DAZNFootball) August 15, 2022
England Women’s World Cup Fixtures
July 22 – England vs Haiti – Lang Park, Brisbane
July 28 – England vs Denmark – Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney
August 1 – China vs England – Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
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