2015 Women’s World Cup Odds

2015 Women’s World Cup Odds

The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup began on June 6th at host country Canada and we’re now down to the final 8 teams in the world. At the start of the tourney, the 24 qualifying teams were divided into six groups of four teams each (Groups A-F), with the top two teams from each group advancing to the next round, as well as the four best third-place teams. This means that 16 of the 24 teams advanced to the second round and you can check out all the group breakdowns here.

Below shows the 2015 Women’s World Cup odds at offshore sportsbook 5Dimes where USA and Germany are the top contenders to win it all:

CountryJune 25June 18June 14June 11June 5May 21Apr 27
Germany+190+222+185+190+315+335+410
USA+250+258+280+320+300+300+300
France+650+733+710+600+725+900+1000
Japan+750+1315+1300+1250+850+800+800
Canada+1350+1625+1500+1300+1200+1400+1150
England+1900+2500+1850+4000+2500+2000+2500
Australia+2050+5000+5500+8100+5100+5000+5000
China+8500+10000+8000+15500+6600+6500+6500
ColombiaN/A+15500+15000+25000+25000+25000+25000
SwitzerlandN/A+9500+5000+10000+10000+8500+8500
EcuadorN/AN/AN/A+150000+50000+50000+35000
CameroonN/A+10000+15000+50000+51000+50000+50000
NetherlandsN/A+8500+7500+6900+8000+7500+6000
South KoreaN/A+18500+10000+12000+8250+7500+7000
NigeriaN/AN/A+25000+15000+20000+20000+20000
NorwayN/A+3000+2750+3500+3300+2700+3250
SpainN/AN/A+10000+8500+7500+6500+8000
New ZealandN/AN/A+22500+25000+16000+15000+15000
BrazilN/A+1115+1000+1250+800+750+650
Costa RicaN/AN/A+50000+75000+100000+100000+45000
MexicoN/AN/A+75000+22500+25000+25000+25000
ThailandN/AN/A+300000+950000+500000+500000+125000
Ivory CoastN/AN/A+500000+900000+50000+50000+45000
SwedenN/A+4300+2250+3300+1600+1400+1050

Since the tournament started it’s clear that Germany has been the team to beat despite the fact they now face a tougher path to the final. Germany got through a solid Sweden team and will now face the third-best team in the tournament, France, in the quarterfinals. If Germany and USA both win this round, they’ll meet in the semifinals.

The US Women haven’t won the World Cup since 1999, finishing in 3rd place in both 2003 and 2007 and losing in the final to Japan in 2011. Will 2015 be the year they make it over the hump and take home their 3rd ever World Cup? Be sure to follow us on Twitter (@SportsInsights) for odds, betting trends and breaking news for the 2015 Women’s World Cup.

Dan McGuire

Dan McGuire is the Operations Manager and soccer specialist at Sports Insights. You can find him on Twitter (@ArsenalDMC) and he can be reached directly at dan.mcguire@actionnetwork.com.

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