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2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup futures picks, odds, groups: Soccer insider reveals best bets, USWNT predictions

2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup futures picks, odds, groups: Soccer insider reveals best bets, USWNT predictions

The United States Women’s National Team is the team to beat when the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup gets underway in Australia and New Zealand on Thursday, July 20. The Americans have won four Women’s World Cups going back to the first time the tournament was held in 1991 and they have placed in second or third every other year of the competition. Now, returning superstars Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, Julie Ertz and Kelley O’Hara highlight a stacked USWNT roster that won back-to-back titles in 2015 and 2019. Will the U.S. top the competition yet again? 

The latest 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup odds from Caesars Sportsbook lists the USWNT as +225 favorites to win their third consecutive title. The United States were listed at +350 in 2019 and +225 in 2015. Meanwhile, England (+375), Germany (+650), Spain (+700) and France (+800) round out the top five in the 2023 Women’s World Cup futures. Before locking in any 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup picks, you need to see what SportsLine’s soccer insider Martin Green has to say

After working in the sports betting industry for several years, Green became a professional sports writer and handicapper and has covered the game worldwide. Since last year’s World Cup, Green has been profitable in multiple areas on his soccer picks, including the Champions League (+4.78 units), the FA Cup (+3.07), the EFL Cup (+3.64), Euro 2024 qualifiers (+3.01) the Europa League (+1.60)

Now, Green has analyzed the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup draw from every angle and revealed his picks and predictions, including his pick for the USWNT. You can head to SportsLine now to see Green’s 2023 Women’s World Cup picks

Top 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup predictions 

Green is backing hosts Australia to reach the quarterfinals for a -105 payout. The expert is confident the Matildas will come out on top in Group B, even though they are in a group with a Canadian team that is ranked seventh overall in the FIFA standings. Green also believes Australia will perform well in the Round of 16, where there is a strong chance they will face a Danish side they defeated 3-1 in a friendly match in October 2022.

Green has an eye on forward Sam Kerr to lead the charge, and notes that the depth behind her will make Australia tough to beat.

“The likes of Ellie Carpenter, Caitlin Foord, Steph Catley and Hayley Raso form a strong supporting cast, so they look like genuine contenders for this tournament,” Green told SportsLine. See Green’s other 2023 Women’s World Cup picks at SportsLine.

How to make 2023 Women’s World Cup picks

Green has locked in his best bets to win the 2023 Women’s World Cup, along with his top futures plays. He’s revealed exactly how far the USWNT will advance at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. He’s also revealed a surprising pick for the finals that could pay out at as much as 4-1. You can only see them here.

So where will the USWNT finish in the Women’s World Cup 2023, and which darkhorse could make the Women’s World Cup final? Check out the odds below and then visit SportsLine to see Martin Green’s best bets for the 2023 Women’s World Cup, all from the proven soccer expert who has been profitable in several areas over the last several months, and find out.

2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup odds 

See 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup picks at SportsLine

United States +225
England +375
Germany +650
Spain +700
France +800
Australia +1200
Sweden +1400
Netherlands +1800
Canada +2500
Brazil +2500
Japan +3000
Norway +6500
Denmark +8000
South Korea +10000
Portugal +10000
Italy +15000
New Zealand +15000
China +15000
Haiti +15000
Colombia +15000
Ireland +20000
Zambia +25000
Switzerland +25000
Argentina +30000
South Africa +50000
Costa Rica +50000
Jamaica +50000
Nigeria +75000
Morocco +75000
Vietnam +100000
Panama +100000
Philippines +100000

2023 Women’s World Cup groups 

Group A
New Zealand

Group B
Republic of Ireland

Group C
Costa Rica

Group D

Group E
United States

Group F

Group G
South Africa

Group H
South Korea

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