Women’s World Cup Predictions

The Women’s FIFA World Cup is here, and it’s set to be a thrilling tournament! The teams are ready to showcase their skills and battle for the coveted title. If you want the best Women’s World Cup predictions, just take a look at this guide we created for you.

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What is the FIFA Women’s World Cup?

While it is true that the FIFA Women’s World Cup may not be as well-known as its male counterpart, there is still a dedicated fanbase that enjoys betting on the tournament. Let’s take a look at the history of the event before diving into the betting aspect.

The Women’s World Cup was founded in 1991 and is organized by FIFA. The current champion of the Women’s World Cup is United States (Quite different from the men’s) with it’s 4th title in the series.

The organizers schedule this competition to take place one year after the Men’s World Cup, since the inaugural tournament. And it is played once every four years in a similar fashion.

Three years are spent in the World Cup qualifier and teams compete for one of the 31 spots. The number of qualifying teams is 32 and the last team is the host. The first ever Women’s World Cup was played in China with the nation qualifying as host.

France hosted the most recent edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2019 and the United States won the championship. Other than the US, Germany won the title twice, and Japan and Norway each have one the title once.

So, the title winners and the strong teams are quite different from the Men’s FIFA World Cup. So far, the Women’s tournament has been hosted in 6 different countries. The title holder, USA, has hosted it twice.

The next edition of the Women’s FIFA World Cup is set to be held in 2023. And that edition is going to be hosted by Australia and New Zealand. This is also the first time it is going to be held in the Southern Hemisphere of the earth.

The next edition is shaping up to be quite an interesting one.

Stats of the Last Women’s World Cup

Now we can move on to the betting part of the Women’s tournament. If you want to make the correct Women’s World Cup predictions, you should definitely look at the previous stats. And the best category of stats would include the top goal scorers and popular kinds of markets.

Let’s start by looking at the raw statistics from the 2019 Women’s World Cup. The US team, who were title holders, scored the most goals in the edition with 26 goals. The total number of goals scored throughout the whole tournament was 146 goals.

And on average, 2.81 goals were scored per match. Only two hattricks were scored in the 2019 edition by Cristiane and Cristiana Girelli. Despite that, the most goals scored by an individual was 6. Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, and Ellen White each scored 6 goals.

So, if you were making FIFA Women’s World Cup predictions about top scorers, the above 3 would be your best bet. One of these women would also be likely to be the Golden Boot winner.

Not many clean sheets were seen in the 2019 Women’s World Cup as the highest was for USA and Germany at 4 each. So, not too many games had under 2.5 goals either. The highest margin of victory was USA 13-0 Thailand.

So, if you’re betting on the over/ under Women’s World Cup predictions, over could be the better bet. In general, the Women’s World Cup sees more goals than the Men’s edition of the tournament.

Betting on FIFA Women’s World Cup predictions is actually a pretty popular niche.

Which Teams are in the Women’s World Cup?

At the time of writing, 3 teams are yet to qualify for the Group Stages. But you can still make your Women’s World Cup predictions based on the current draws of the groups. There are 8 groups, A through H.

And the following tables are representations of the teams in each group:

World Cup 2022 Groups

The Final Playoffs will be held in late February of 2023. A total of 10 teams will be participating to win a spot of 3 in Australia and New Zealand.

In the Group A Playoffs, Portugal, Cameroon, and Thailand will be playing. In the Group B Playoffs, the matchups are Chile, Haiti, and Senegal. And in the Group C Playoffs, Chinese Taipei, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, and Panama are competing.

The way these playoffs will work is a starting match between Cameroon and Thailand. The winner here will face Portugal in the Group A Final.

Next, Senegal will face Haiti for the winner to compete against Chile in the Group B Final. And in Group C, Chinese Taipei faces Paraguay while Papua New Guinea faces Panama. And the winners compete in the Final Playoffs.

So far, 10 venues have been scheduled to host the tournament. And the tournament is likely to begin in July of 2023.

Which Team Won the Last Women’s World Cup?

The United States won the last edition of the Women’s World Cup. And the nation has won the tournament a total of 4 times. And it also has a pretty impressive record in the history of the Women’s World Cup.

The nation has also finished in the top 2 positions of the tournament, a record 5 times. The nation impressively has also finished top 3 in every single edition of the tournament, so that means 8 times.

United States was also the host in 1999, in which year it won it’s second Women’s World Cup trophy.

Which Country Won the Most Women’s World Cup?

USA has won the most titles. The nation has won the Women’s World Cup in the first ever edition in China back in 1991. It later won as host in 1999. Then it won the tournament again in 2015 and most recently in 2019.

So, if you’re planning on making your Women’s World Cup predictions for an outright winner, USA is a pretty safe bet according to the stats.

USA also has the most third and fourth place finishes at 3 each. The 2023 edition might be the one to change the nation’s record of not having consecutive wins.

Who are the Favorites for the Women’s World Cup?

Surprisingly, according to most sports betting odds, one of the hosts, New Zealand, is a favorite to win this edition’s FIFA Women’s World Cup.

But the outright odds will change tremendously once the tournament actually begins. Other sportsbooks suggest putting your money on the reigning Champs, USA or even on England. The two have been kept apart in this FIFA Women’s World Cup Draw.

Both nations have a good chance to shine down under. The nations with the worst odds, however, are Philippines and Vietnam.

One thing we can assure you is that football is an unpredictable sport and the World Cup, regardless of the edition, is also likely to be. And the Men’s World Cup saw a lot of events that no one could have guessed.

So, the Women’s World Cup may be quite a surprise as well.

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Has Nigeria Qualified for FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023?

Yes, Nigeria has qualified for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023. The nation has been drawn in Group B, along with the host, Australia. The other two nations in Group B are Republic of Ireland and Canada.

Nigeria qualified as one of top four finishers in the African Championship. This is the 10th appearance for Nigeria in the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The women of the Nigerian NT are named the Super Falcons. And it first appeared in the Women’s World Cup in 1991. It made it to the Quarter Finals in 1999 and that was the farthest the nation ever went in this tournament.

In 2021, the nation was ranked 38th in the FIFA World Rankings. The next match Nigeria is going to face is against Canada, in the WC Group Stages.