On Sunday, August 20th, at 6:00 AM ET, Spain will face off against England in the 2023 Women’s World Cup final held in Australia and New Zealand. Spain arrives after securing a 2-1 victory against Sweden, while England triumphed over Australia with a 3-1 win in the semifinals.
Spain enters the final as the favored team to clinch the World Cup title, boasting +168 moneyline odds, whereas England follows closely with +185 odds. The anticipated goal count for this match stands at 2.5, prompting an over/under scenario.
Spain Betting Insights
Leading the Women’s World Cup scoreboard, Spain has netted an impressive 17 goals across six matches. In contrast, England, having participated in six matches, finds itself in seventh place, conceding a total of three goals.
In terms of goal difference, Spain’s remarkable +10 places them second in the Women’s World Cup rankings.
On August 15th, Spain secured a triumphant victory against Sweden with a final score of 2-1. Displaying their dominance, the victorious Spanish team outshot their opponents by seven, tallying 12 shots to Sweden’s five.
Spain’s Impact Players
Jennifer Hermoso plays a pivotal role for Spain in the Women’s World Cup, boasting three goals (ranking sixth in the 2023 tournament) and two assists. Aitana Bonmati, also from Spain, has made her mark with three goals and two assists in the Women’s World Cup.
Alba Redondo’s contributions include three goals and one assist in Women’s World Cup matches, while Teresa Abilleira Duenas has added one goal and one assist to Spain’s campaign in the tournament.
England Betting Insights
Throughout this tournament, England has not assumed the role of the underdog in any of its matches.
Displaying their offensive prowess, England has netted a total of 13 goals across six matches in this tournament, securing the third spot in the Women’s World Cup rankings. In contrast, Spain has faced seven goals in six matches, ranking 23rd in the league for goals conceded.
England’s goal-scoring dominance shines through as they have outscored their opponents 13-3, leading to a commendable +10 goal differential that ranks second in the Women’s World Cup.
In their recent fixture on August 16th, England clinched a 3-1 victory against Australia. Impressively, England outshot Australia with a count of 14 to 11.
England’s Impact Players
Taking to the field in Women’s World Cup engagements, Lauren James has participated in four matches for England, contributing significantly with three goals (ranking sixth in the 2023 Women’s World Cup) and three assists.
Alessia Russo, a key figure for England, has tallied three goals and one assist in Women’s World Cup encounters.
Engaging in Women’s World Cup battles, Lauren Hemp has showcased her skills for England across six matches, amassing three goals (placing her sixth in the 2023 Women’s World Cup) and one assist.
Throughout the Women’s World Cup campaign spanning six matches, Rachel Daly has demonstrated her prowess for England, recording one goal and one assist.