Women's World Cup Betting Odds - 2019

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There is something fun to bet on this month.  Betting odds on the Women's World Cup have been released by SportsBetting.ag.

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With the Women's World Cup beginning Friday, bettors across the globe can wager on just about anything surrounding the premier soccer tournament.  The tournament should be especially popular among Americans as their team is favored to win with a payout potential of $30 for every $10 bet.
SportsBetting.ag (www.sportsbetting.ag) has updated its odds to win the 2019 World Cup. It has also posted a number of fun prop bets for the tourney.

Bettors can wager on whether or not there will be a pitch invader like we saw during the Champions League Final, if a player will take off her shirt, how many red cards will be issued, how many goals will be scored, President Trump, Alex Morgan, Marta and much more.
World Cup Odds
United States  3/1
France  7/2
Germany  11/2
England  7/1
Japan  14/1
Netherlands  16/1
Australia  16/1
Brazil  16/1
Spain  25/1
Sweden  25/1
Canada  25/1
Norway  33/1
New Zealand  50/1
China  50/1
Italy  50/1
South Korea  66/1
Scotland  100/1
Chile  100/1
Argentina  125/1
Nigeria  250/1
South Africa  500/1
Cameroon  500/1
Thailand  1000/1
Jamaica  1000/1

Group Odds

Group A
France  1/5
Norway  7/2
South Korea  8/1
Nigeria  33/1

Group B
Germany  1/5
Spain  9/2
China  12/1
South Africa  50/1

Group C
Australia 5/6
Brazil  5/4
Italy  6/1
Jamaica  50/1

Group D
England  5/9
Japan  3/2
Scotland  16/1
Argentina  50/1

Group E
Netherlands  5/6
Canada  6/5
New Zealand  8/1
Cameroon  33/1

Group F
United States  1/5
Sweden  13/4
Chile  25/1
Thailand  66/1

This page will update with current odds throughout the tournament: https://www.sportsbetting.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/soccer-futures

Prop Bets

Will there be a first-time winner?
Yes 10/13
No 1/1

Winning Continent
Europe 2/3
Rest of the World 6/5

Which group will the winner come from?
A (France, Norway, South Korea, Nigeria)  11/4
B (Germany, Spain, China, South Africa)  15/4
C (Australia, Brazil, Italy, Jamaica)  7/1
D (England, Japan, Scotland, Argentina)  7/2
E (Netherlands, Canada, New Zealand, Cameroon)  7/1
F (United States, Sweden, Chile, Thailand)  11/4

How many goals will be scored?
Over 145.5
Under 145.5

Which team will score the most goals?
United States  3/1
France  7/2
Germany  9/2
Canada  15/2
England  15/2
Brazil  10/1
Spain  10/1
Japan  10/1
Australia  12/1
Netherlands  12/1
Field (Any other team)  16/1

Will a team fail to score a goal?
Yes 1/1
No 1/1

How many matches will go to extra time?
Over 2.5
Under 2.5

How many matches will go to penalty kicks?
Over 1.5
Under 1.5

How many red cards will be issued?
Over 3.5
Under 3.5

Will Alex Morgan win Player of the Tournament?
Yes 11/2
No 1/9

Will Alex Morgan win the Golden Boot?
Yes 7/2
No 1/5

Will Marta retire following World Cup? (must publicly announce retirement by 12/31/19)
Yes 4/1
No 1/6

Will Zach Ertz attend a World Cup match?
Yes 1/40
No 14/1

Will President Trump attend a World Cup match?
Yes 20/1
No 1/100

Will there be a pitch invader?
Yes 3/2
No 5/9

Will a player take off her shirt on the pitch?
Yes 7/2
No 1/5
This page will update with current props: Here

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