2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup The oddsboard started with 32 teams vying for the championship.

It’s now down to the final two, one thing is certain: A country that has never before won the Women’s World Cup will do so on Sunday in Sydney, Australia.

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BetMGM trader Seamus Magee helps you dive into the Spain vs England betting action, and takes a look at Saturday 4am ET third place match between Sweden and host country Australia,

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three-way or no way

As of Friday afternoon, BetMGM has a three-way moneyline on Spain +160 / England +185 / Draw +210. And beginner bettors are finding slim chalk down to the most popular betting market for championship matches.

Maggie said, “So far it’s been a three-way street.” “A lot more money has come into Spain than England. But Spain has a much better result in the futures book, so we are in a good position here.”

To clarify: BetMGM will lose if Spain win in 90 minutes plus injury time. However, in the World Cup futures market, not many bookies have turned to Spain winning the tournament.

In fact, at BetMGM and certainly many other US-based sportsbooks, Team USA was the only notable loss behind the counter. US Women’s National Team The Women’s World Cup was the pre-tournament favorite at futures odds, and bookies were piling on Team USA to win their third consecutive Cup.

“Team USA was the only loser by a country mile,” Magee said.

Once the USWNT lost to Sweden in the Round of 16, BetMGM was practically assured that any other champion would be the winner.

“The futures market is absolutely bad,” Magee also said ahead of the semi-final matches, in which Spain beat Sweden 2–1 and England beat Australia 3–1.

There has been no change in BetMGM’s position over the past few days, except that – as Maggie said – Spain will be a big winner for the book. so the speculators are definitely moving Lioness,

“The Future Book still sounds great to us,” Maggie said.

what’s to come

Although Spain have taken most of the match action so far, England should get their money’s worth when the weekend arrives.

Magee said, “I think we’ll be expecting some funds to arrive from England before kickoff.”

Interestingly, as Maggie mentioned above, three-way moneyline is the only market that is getting a lot of attention at the moment. Bookmakers are not looking at the draw no bet market, in which one would pick either Spain or England to win in over 90 minutes of injury time. That option takes the draw out of the equation.

Nor are bookmakers interested in the To Lift the Trophy market – which team emerges champion, whether over 90 minutes in injury time, overtime or penalty kicks.

I don’t think a draw on a three-way moneyline represents a value bet, but it does represent a fun bet. So I’ll take the draw at +210, hoping for overtime on Sunday morning!

playing for third

Plus there’s a third place match this weekend Fox and Fox Sports App, Tournament hosts Australia made an impressive run through to the semi-finals, but ultimately could not muster home support in the championship match. Sweden also had a great tournament, including the aforementioned knockout of Team USA.

BetMGM’s three-way moneyline Sweden sits at +138/Australia +170/Draw +250. And yes, I might as well put some #chilimoney on the draw here. But overall, bookies are not upbeat about this match.

“We’ve seen practically little or no notable action in this game,” Magee said Friday afternoon. “I can probably see us taking home some Aussie money closer to kickoff because of the home advantage. But I don’t think there will be much more action on this game than the finals or any other football game this weekend. “

Patrick Everson Sports Betting Analyst for Fox Sports and Senior Reporter for VegasInsider.com. He is a respected journalist in the national sports betting sector. He lives in Las Vegas, where he enjoys playing golf in 110-degree heat. Follow him on Twitter: @patrickie_vegas



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