Two trophy matches left 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup But Fox and Fox Sports Appand will anyone catch or pass Japan‘S hinata miyazawa For the top goal scorer of the tournament?

A popular prop bet during the event is to predict the winner of the Golden Boot, an award given to the top goalscorer in the tournament.

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with United States Women’s National Team With his exit in the round of 16, the race for the coveted prize has become more open.

Let’s look at the updated odds for the 2023 Women’s World Cup Golden Boot:

2023 Golden Boot Odds*

hinata miyazawa, Japan: -700 (Bet $10 to win a total of $11.43)
Amanda Illstead, Sweden: +800 (Bet $10 to win a total of $90)
alexia russo, England: +1600 (Bet $10 to win a total of $170)
jennifer beautiful, spain: +2000 (Bet $10 to win a total of $210)
Haley Raso, Australia: +2000 (Bet $10 to win a total of $210)
round dawnSpain: +2000 ($10 bet to win $210 total)
Lauren HempEngland: +2500 ($10 bet to win a total of $260)
Lauren James, England: +2500 (Bet $10 to win a total of $260)
Esther GonzalezSpain: +4000 ($10 bet for a total of $410)
Salma ParlueloSpain: +4000 ($10 bet for a total of $410)
aitana bonmatiSpain: +4000 ($10 bet for a total of $410)
fridolina rolfoSweden: +8000 ($10 bet for a total of $810)
Sam Kerr, Australia: +15000 ($10 bet to win a total of $1,510)
Rachel DalyEngland: +15000 ($10 bet to win $1,510 total)
Ella ToonEngland: +15000 ($10 bet to win $1,510 total)
alexia putellasSpain: +20000 ($10 bet for a total of $2,010)
chloe kellyEngland: +20000 ($10 bet to win $2,010 total)
steph catleyAustralia: +10000 ($10 bet for a total of $1,010)
Marion CaldentiSpain: +25000 ($10 bet for a total of $2,510)
Georgia StanwayEngland: +25000 ($10 bet to win $2,510 total)
Sophia JacobsonSweden: +25000 ($10 bet for a total of $2,510)

*Prospects as of 8/17/2023

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Japan midfielder Hinata Miyazawa leads the tournament with five goals in the last two matches. Japan are eliminated, but will they be able to win the Golden Boot?

After reaching -600 in the semi-finals, his chances are now at -700.

Amanda Illested and Sweden were eliminated from the title race with a semi-final loss, but unlike Miyazawa and Japan, Illested and blue and yellow There is one more match left, the third place match on Saturday.

England’s Alessia Russo has hit back to back in England’s last two matches to propel the odds list to +1600, the third choice in the betting.

Or will Jeniffe Hermoso or Alba Redondo, both at +2000, line up for Spain?

If two or more players tie for the Golden Boot, assists will be the tiebreaker.

Miyazawa, 23, recorded an assist.

If there is still a tie, the player with the fewest minutes played will be declared the Golden Boot winner.

‘I feel this is where the real competition begins’

Hinata Miyazawa of Japan reflects on her success so far in the World Cup and hopes her team will compete in future matches.

Miyazawa being the favorite for the Golden Boot at this late stage of the tournament is a surprise as she is not known for her goal-scoring ability.

Miyazawa is a midfielder, and his main responsibility is Nadeshiko Have to control and direct the pace of the game.

Miyazawa has scored one goal for Miyanavi Sendai in Japan’s WE League this season and also Four goals in 20 international matches before WWC.

The 30-year-old Elstad is a defender whose primary responsibility is to keep the ball away from Sweden’s goal.

The 5-foot-10 tall Ilstad has scored eight goals in 64 appearances for Sweden. But armory the star had Has not scored a single goal in the last three World Cups Or his last five major championships.

All three of Elstad’s goals in this World Cup have come on headers, including two game-winners. Ellestedt, whose cousin is Florida Panthers guard Oliver Ekman-LarsenMiyazawa and scored the first goal in the 32nd minute in a 2–1 quarterfinal win over Japan.

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