What are the latest odds for the Women’s World Cup final? Find out the favourite to win out of England and Spain
Posted by  badge Boss on Aug 19
Do the bookies think the Lionesses will triumph? (Picture: Daniela Porcelli/SPP/Shutterstock)

will take on in their first ever Final tomorrow (Sunday, August 20) and across the country, fans are willing the Lionesses to bring it home – but what do the bookies say?

The England team earned their place in Sunday’s match by beating Australia on their home turf, with for a 3-1 win.

But Spain will prove tough opponents, and when England triumphed at Euro 2022, . It took an extra-time winner from England in the quarter-finals to beat them.

In their World Cup semi, to book their place in the final – which will also be the nation’s first ever having never progressed past the last 16.

So which team is the bookies’ favourite for the historic match?

Let’s find out.

What are the latest odds on Women’s World Cup Final?

According to odds listed on , at the time of writing Spain was the slight favourite – but there’s little to choose between them.

Bet365 and 888 have Spain at 4/5 to win, and England at 19/20 (effectively 4.75/5), while PaddyPower is offering 5/6 on Spain to win, and 10/11 (effectively (5/5.5) on England.

The Lionesses in training today for tomorrow’s final (Picture: Zac Goodwin/PA Wire.)

William Hill has Spain at 8/5 to win, with England on 17/10 (effectively 8.5/5) and Betvictor is offering 13/8 for Spain with 7/4 (effectively 14/8) for England.

So while Spain is marginally the bookies’ favourite, there’s still an excellent chance the Lionesses could triumph.

Who is favourite to score first?

Spain are also slight favourites to score first, with an average of 11/10 compared to England’s 6/5 (effectively 12/10).

The player most likely to score a hat trick, according to the average odds, is either England’s Alessia Russo or Spain’s Esther Gonzales, both at 175/1.

The most likely score, according to the average odds, is 1-0 to Spain, followed by 1-0 to England.

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Where can I watch the final?

Both , from the Stadium Australia in Sydney, on Sunday, August 20.

The kick off is at 11am BST.

Live coverage will start at 9.45am on BBC1, and 9.25am on ITV1.

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