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FIFA Women’s Soccer World Cup 2023 - Free Picks and Expert Predictions

Looking for the Women's Soccer World Cup picks for 2023? Oddspedia is your one-stop shop, complete with predictions for all matches from the group stage to the final. 

The Women's World Cup predictions are in real-time. Our team updates the Word Cup predictions section immediately after FIFA confirms the fixtures. The picks are tailored to help you increase your chances of placing winning bets, as you will find out below.

FIFA Women’s Soccer World Cup Predictions - Oddspedia’s Expert Picks

Discover predictions for all FIFA Women's Soccer World Cup games. These are made available in real-time immediately after the fixtures are out. Expect the forecast from the group stage to the final, which will take place on the 20th August. 

All predictions are hand-picked by the Oddspedia team after extensive research. Each selection will increase your chances of placing the winning bet regardless of the market.

Women's World Cup Opening Matches - Predictions for Round 1

We have predictions for the entire Women's World Cup 2023. As noted, you will find quality picks from round 1 games to group winners, semis, 3rd place playoff, and the final. Here are our picks for the opening group games:

  • New Zealand - Norway (Group A) – New Zealand win
  • Australia - Ireland (Group B) – Austria win
  • Spain - Costa Rica (Group C) – Spain win
  • England - Haiti (Group D) – England win
  • USA - Vietnam (Group E) – USA win
  • France - Jamaica (Group F) – France win
  • Sweden - South Africa (Group G) – Sweden win
  • Colombia - South Korea (Group H) – South Korea win

Group Stage Winners and Who Will Qualify for the Round of 16

The group stage matches will take place from 20th July to 3rd August across ten (10) different Arenas, including the Sydney Football Stadium. At Oddspedia, we have predictions for teams that will qualify for the round of 16. Here are the teams likely to proceed to the knockout round:

Group A

New Zealand, Norway, and Switzerland will be competing in group A. The group also contains the Philippines, one of the World Cup debutants. In this group, Norway will most likely be the group winners because their line-up comprises battle-hardened players like Caroline Graham Hansen. 

New Zealand will also qualify for the knockout stage. Being one of the hosts, they will be under pressure to post excellent results. They also have Gabi Rennie, one of the rising attacking players, in their corner.

Group B

Group B has Ireland, who will be making their World Cup debut. It also includes Nigeria, Canada, and Australia. Australia and Canada are the two teams that are favorites to advance to the next stage, thanks to their amazing line-ups.

Australia will settle for their 4-2-3-1 formation and have players like Sam Kerr ready to lead them to glory. For Team Canada, Julia Grosso and Ashley Lawrence will be the players to watch.

Group C

Japan, Costa Rica, Spain, and Zambia will compete in group C. Being Zambia's first Women's World Cup appearance, the team will most probably not advance to the knockout stage owing to the fierce competition they face from Spain and Japan. Likewise, Costa Rica has a great squad, including players like Raquel Rodriguez Cedeno, the all-time scorer for the country. 

While this may be true, the team is less likely to proceed to the round of 16. The two teams with highest chances of qualifying are Japan and Spain. Spain will have a vastly different squad with star players like Jennifer Hermoso, making them a force to reckon with.

Group D

England, Denmark, China PR, and Haiti will compete for a spot in the round of 16 in Group D. However, our favorites to advance to the knockout stage are England and Denmark. 

England won the 2022 UEFA Women's European Championship and has been in great form, winning three out of their last five official matches. They also have Lauren James, who has become a key player to watch on the field. Denmark has their hopes pinned on Pernille Harder, one of the best midfielders.

Group E

Group E contains the Netherlands, Portugal, Vietnam, and the last Women's World Cup winners, the USA. The defending champions have had one of the most successful runs in Women's World Cup history! With top players like Sophia Smith on the team, they will most certainly be the first to qualify. 

Portugal will be very likely the next team to proceed to the knockout stage, thanks to the keen eye of Francisco Neto (their coach), who is famous for his excellent tactics. Portugal also has Jessica Silva, one of the top forwards in the country.

Group F

Panama, Jamaica, Brazil, and France are in Group F. France is the favorite to finish first in the group with the help of Naomie Feller, one of the best attackers currently playing for Real Madrid Femenino. Feller has a great record at club level and is expected to help France secure more goals during the World Cup.

Besides, the team is in great shape, having won their last four matches against formidable foes. 

Brazil Women, as one of the outright favorites, will surely also qualify for the next stage of the FIFA World Cup. Pia Sundhage's (team coach) approach to maintaining a solid defense has seen Brazil improve despite winning only two of their last five official matches. The team also has Debinha, one of the top midfielders who scored the highest number of goals during the Copa America.

Group G

Group G will see South Africa, Argentina, Sweden, and Italy compete for a spot in the round of 16. Our pick for the two countries that will go through is Sweden and Italy. The Scandinavians have an elite squad at the Women's World Cup 2023, including Stina Blackstenius, an accomplished striker playing for Arsenal. On the other hand, Italy can rely on Cristiana Girelli, an amazing forward who is a constant threat to the opposition's defense.

Group H

Colombia, South Korea, Morocco, and Germany are in Group H. Of the four, Germany and South Korea are the two teams favorites to proceed to the knockout stage. 

Germany has Alexandra Popp, known for her tackling skills, while Korea will have no choice but to depend on Ji Soyun. Soyun is one of the most accomplished forwards in Women's Football.

World Cup Winner Prediction

Oddspedia's pick for the Women's World Cup 2023 is USWNT. We believe the team will make history and clinch their fifth title. The current World Champions have had an excellent run winning all their last 5 matches and even scooping the 2023 SheBelieves Cup. 

The team is in great shape, with star players like Sophia Smith and Alex Morgan taking the limelight. Adding to their aggressive 4-3-3 formation, the USA World Cup victory is apparent.

World Cup Awards Predictions

At Oddspedia, we don't just have match predictions. Find the 2023 FIFA Women's Soccer World Cup awards forecasts, with picks for the golden glove winner and best player, among other categories. Here are our picks for the World Cup awards:

Golden Boot Picks - Tournament’s Top Goal Scorer

Our pick for the tournament's top goal scorer is Rachel Daly. Daly is an England player with an impressive record. For the 2022/2023 FA Cup season, Daly has scored 6 goals in her four appearances, making her a worthy contender for the award. However, Daly will have to watch out for Lea Schüller.

With incredible scoring skills, the German forward is also a force to reckon with. Sophia Smith from USWNT is also a name you should watch for since she is also capable of scoring a lot if the opposition lets her play her game.

Golden Glove Prediction- The Top Shot Stopper

The top shot-stopper award favorite is Mary Earps of England. Earps won the Best FIFA Goalkeeper award in 2022 and the 2023 Women's Super League Golden Glove. 

Earp is in great form and is expected to keep the highest number of clean sheets during the World Cup. However, she needs to watch out for Kailen Sheridan. The Canadian is fresh from winning the 2022 National Women's Soccer League Goalkeeper of the Year award.

Best Young Player - Picks

Alyssa Thompson from the USWNT will likely win the best young player award. The 18-year-old forward is the future of the USWNT and will be ready to impress at her first World Cup. However, she faces stiff competition from other top young players like Melchie Dumornay from Haiti, Jody Brown from Jamaica, and Jun Endo of Japan.

Free Women’s Soccer World Cup Betting Predictions from Oddspedia's Handicappers Community

We have a close-knit community of top-rated handicappers providing predictions from the group stage to the final match of the Women's Soccer World Cup tournament.

The predictions are free, with the forecasts updated in real-time, so you never miss a pick for any of the World Cup events or markets. Here is everything you need to know about our community:

Find the latest free picks for all upcoming Women’s Soccer World Cup games

Discover the latest picks for all upcoming Women's Soccer World Cup games. The predictions cover all the matches, including group stage games and the World Cup final.

Signup for free to find all up-to-the-minute picks immediately after FIFA confirms the fixtures. These cover all the markets, including Match Winners.

Find the best Women’s Soccer World Cup Cappers

At Oddspedia, we work with the best Women's Soccer World Cup cappers. We list top predictors based on their success rate and ROI. Go through the ranking list and select your preferred forecasters. Our cappers have an in-depth understanding of the sport and years of experience developing Women's World Cup predictions.

Consensus - Oddspedia’s public betting picks

In addition to predictions from individual cappers, we have picks by consensus. Here, we provide forecasts that our community has agreed on unanimously, like the team that will win the tournament. Every pick has a percentage indicating the number of cappers backing it. 

The higher the percentage, the more likely the prediction. The betting picks by consensus are available for different markets, including the Golden Glove winner.

Use The Filter to Find the Picks That you are looking for!

As a top betting resource, we have thousands of picks for World Cup matches and awards, making it challenging to (near-impossible) go through the predictions manually in search of the ideal forecasts. 

Thankfully, we have filters that you can use to locate the picks you want. With the filters, you can narrow down your search to find options like:

  • ACCA predictions
  • Latest picks for the next matches
  • Live Betting Picks
  • Picks BY MIN AND MAX ODDS

Picks for Specific World Cup Betting Markets

Our sports betting resource provides users with picks for all Women's Word Cup betting markets (in the thousands), including predictions for select World Cup betting options that you can use to place winning bets like:

  • World Cup Winner
  • Both Teams To Score (BTTS)
  • Draw No Bet
  • Handicaps
  • Match Result Both Teams to Score
  • To Win to Nil
  • HT/FT
  • To win both halves
  • Corners and Cards

Discuss and Exchange Predictions with Expert Cappers

At Oddspedia, you can interact with professional Women's Soccer World Cup tipsters and compare your findings or discuss/exchange predictions! Gain more experience making winning bets and have interactions that will open your mind and give you different perspectives.

The Secret to Successfully Predicting Women’s World Cup Games

Coming up with the best Women's World Cup predictions can be challenging. However, there are various steps you can take to increase your chances of making winning predictions. Here are secrets to successfully predicting the Women's World Cup:

Employ a betting strategy

We urge sports bettors to come up with a working betting strategy. Try a couple of strategies and see what works for you. 

Some of the strategies worth considering include using Martingale and Arbitrage betting systems. These are ideal options that will increase your chances of placing winning bets.

Study Key players from each team

Don't be in a hurry to make your prediction. Instead, take your time to study key players from each team and use the information to place bets. For example, when betting on Team USA, analyze Sophia Smith and Alex Morgan. Find out their form and whether they are part of the line-up. Knowing this will help you predict how the team will likely perform.

Check the Lineups

A team's lineup is everything! Go through the list of players and substitutes. Find out which players are fresh from the injured reserve. Also, confirm the team's forward and midfielders. Knowing the lineup will give you an edge when placing bets.

Tactics and Formation

Coaches apply different tactics and formations. While some teams use the 4-3-3 formation, others prefer the 4-3-2-1 formation. Once you identify the formation, confirm how the team performs when using the tactics. After that, use the details to come up with a prediction.

H2H Results and performances

Researching the H2H results and performances of teams is essential. Go through the results and see how the two teams performed the last time they met, as these show how the teams compare. Such information comes in handy every time you make a prediction. After all, FIFA uses the same insights to rank teams.

FIFA World Cup Predictions - FAQ

Who Will Win The 2023 Women’s Soccer World Cup?

Team USA will win the 2023 Women's World Cup. The team has won all their last five matches and even scooped the 2023 SheBelieves Cup. The squad is in their best form and will have top players like Sophia Smith and Alex Morgan leading them to victory.

What are the odds of the USWNT winning the Soccer World Cup?

The odds of Team USA winning the FIFA World Cup are high. Team USA will be under pressure to retain the title as the defending champions. They also have a great line-up that comprises players like Sophia Smith.

How Do I Predict the Winner of the Women’s Soccer World Cup 2023?

You can predict the team to win the Women's World Cup by employing a betting strategy, studying key players, and checking the line-ups. Additional tips include researching the team's tactics and formation, for instance, whether the team uses a 4-3-3 formation and whether it has been effective before.

When will the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 in Australia and New Zealand Begin?

The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand will kick off on 20th July. The first match will be between New Zealand and Norway in Eden Park Stadium.

Who is Likely To Be the USWNT Top Scorer at the World Cup?

Sophia Smith will likely be the USWNT top scorer at the World Cup. Smith is an amazing striker with a fantastic record. She is so far the youngest player to be named US Soccer Female Player of the Year and is likely to score many goals at the World Cup.

Which teams are the favorites to win the Women's World Cup 2023?

Teams USA, England, and Spain are the favorites to win the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023. They have amazing squads and have performed well in their previous matches leading to the Women's World Cup.

Who Will Score the Most Goals in The 2023 World Cup Finals?

Rachel Daly will score more goals at the 2023 World Cup finals. England will likely reach the finals, where their star player Rachel Daly will shine. Daly has amazing ball control and scoring skills that will light up the world stage.

Can I find predictions for all upcoming USWNT World Cup matches at Oddspedia?

Yes, you can find predictions for all upcoming USWNT World Cup matches at Oddspedia, from the group stages to the final.

When Are Oddspedia Community Picks for The Women’s Soccer World Cup 2023 Released?

The Oddspedia community picks and Women's Soccer World Cup odds for matches are released in real-time. You don't need to refresh the page to get the latest Women's World Cup picks.

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