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Women's World Cup Free Bets & Betting Offers for Spain vs. England 2023

Charlie Mullan for Bookies.com

Charlie Mullan  | 15 mins

Women's World Cup Free Bets & Betting Offers for Spain vs. England 2023

At the start of the Women's World Cup, 32 teams had hopes of winning the tournament. Now, there are just two nations remaining. Spain and England have never won the tournament before, but who will win Sunday's final? In the first semi-final, Spain beat Sweden 2-1 with all three goals coming in the final 10 minutes. England booked their place in Sunday's final by beating joint-hosts Australia 3-1 thanks to goals from Ella Toone, Lauren Hemp and Alessia Russo.

The last time these two sides met, was in last summer's European Championships. Esther Gonzalez's 54th minute goal looked like being enough to book a place in the semi-finals. But Toone equalised in the 84th minute to force extra-time, during which Georgia Stanway scored the winner.  

Women's World Cup Semi-finals

⚽️ Spain vs. Sweden (2-1)
⚽️ Australia vs. England (1-3)

Women's World Cup Final


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A total of 32 nations qualified for the World Cup from six different confederations. The 64 matches will be played in 10 stadiums and nine different cities before the final takes place at Stadium Australia in Sydney on Sunday 20 August. 

This has been the biggest and best World Cup the women's game has ever seen. The leading betting sites had USA as favourites to win the tournament for the fifth time and the third in a row. But a new name will be on the trophy and Spain are the slight favourites to be crowned champions for the first time.

The first Women's World Cup took place in 1991 when China was awarded the inaugural tournament. In a much smaller format, only 26 matches were played before Michelle Akers-Stahl scored twice in the final for team USA in their 2-1 win over Norway. 

The tournament has grown and now follows the same format as the men's game with eight groups of four. The top two in each group progress to round of 16, where the winner advances. If needed, extra-time and penalties will decide which team advances in the elimination stage. 

Betting sites will use Sunday's Women's World Cup final to provide free bet offers in order to attract new customers. There will be plenty of betting offers available on the best UK betting sites before and during the decider.

The Americans had ruled the Women's World Cup in recent times, lifting the trophy in 2015 and backing that win up in 2019. No team has won the competition more than USA, but with a very experienced squad, their reign came to an end in a penalty shootout to Sweden. The USA entered the World Cup as the number one ranked team in FIFA's world rankings, but their loss to Sweden means a new champion will emerge later this month. Sweden are ranked two in the world standings after reaching the semi-finals of Euro 2022, where they were beaten by England.

England went on to win that tournament by beating Germany in the final, and they will hope to fly the flag for Europe Down Under. However, the Lionesses are without several key players from that tournament win, including the retired Jill Scott and the injured Beth Mead, Fran Kirby and skipper Leah Williamson. Four countries ranked in FIFA's top 10 rankings have failed to advance to the quarter-finals. The USA joined Germany, Canada and Brazil in making early exits from a tournament they were expected to do well at.

Sarina Wiegman still has a strong squad to choose from, and England will hope for a repeat of last summer's successful adventure. Like any major football tournament, there has been plenty of shock results and surprise teams. All but two of the 64 games have been played, and there are still opportunities in the third/fourth place playoff and the final itself to make the most of any free bet offers you might have to use.

Women's World Cup Odds

One by one, the number of teams remaining reduces. We now know who will play who in Sunday's final at Stadium Australia. These are the latest outright odds from bet365 to win the Women's World Cup:

4/5 - Spain ✅
19/20 - England ✅

Enhanced Odds

BoyleSports Enhanced Odds

Alessia Russo had the difficult task of replacing England's all-time leading goalscorer Ellen White, but she has accomplished her mission brilliantly. White retired after helping England win last summer's European Championships, and she is Russo's number one fan now.

Russo's goal in the quarter-finals against Colombia proved to be the winning goal, while her strike from a similar position put their semi-final beyond Australia and secured the Lionesses' place in Sunday's final. BoyleSports is offering enhanced odds of 11/4 from 5/2 for Alessia Russo to score anytime in the final (90 minutes).

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Lauren Hemp was named player of the match as England beat joint-hosts Australia 3-1 in the semi-final at Stadium Australia. Not only did she score the crucial second goal, but she also provided the assist for Alessia Russo to score the all-important third goal.

Lionesses manager Sarina Wiegman gets the best out of Hemp on the biggest stage and the 23-year-old is thriving in her forward role alongside Russo. bet365 is offering 12/1 from 11/1 for England Women to lift the trophy, over two total goals and for Lauren Hemp to score anytime in 90 minutes.

BetVictor Enhanced Odds 

The last time Spain and England met was last summer at Brighton's Amex Stadium in the quarter-finals of the European Championships. The tie finished 1-1 at the end of normal time, and it might be a case of deja vu on Sunday. Both sides are more than capable of scoring in what promises to be a cagey affair. 

This is the first time either Spain or England have made it to the World Cup final and history beckons for one of them. BetVictor have enhanced odds of 11/2 from 19/4 for Sunday's Women's World Cup final to finish 1-1 after 90 minutes.

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If you find generous sign-up offers for the game, you could be in a great position so long as you choose the correct team to lift the trophy. Parimatch is offering just that with a remarkable 50/1 new customer betting offer available on England to win Sunday in 90 minutes.

About the Author

Charlie Mullan for Bookies.com
Charlie Mullan
UK-based stats man Charlie Mullan brings previous expertise from the Press Association, DraftKings, Betfair, SportPesa, Hull Daily Mail and more where he has crunched soccer data for many seasons, creating content to support odds providers and market makers in the European betting industry. Charlie has more than a decade of experience using in-depth stats to make informed picks across the biggest games in the EPL and European soccer leagues.