Womens World Cup Tips, Odds & Betting

The FIFA Womens World Cup is the pinnacle of soccer throughout the world in the womens competition and this year we see the tournament being played in France with Australia (the Matildas) going into the competition as one of the favourites.

FIFA Womens World Cup 2019 Betting

Given the world-wide interest in the 2019 FIFA World Cup, it comes as no surprise that it’s going to be one of the biggest sporting events anywhere in the world this year.

When you take into account that more than 3 billion people watch the mens World Cup, which sees 32 teams compete across 64 matches, there is going to be a big interest in the Womens competition.

Australia is represented by the Matildas who are currently the fifth placed team in betting markets so we are tipped to go deep into the competition.

The competition between online bookmakers such as Sportsbet, Beteasy, Ladbrokes and Neds means that bookmakers are using promotions and free bet offers to try to get a leg up on their competition.

Bet Back have been used to lure in punters for as long as online bookmakers have existed and we’re expecting to have over $5,000 in Free Bet Back available to Australian punters this World Cup.

FIFA Womens World Cup Betting

The group stages of the FIFA Womens World Cup prove to be one of the most popular markets among punters. The 32 teams are separated into 8 groups made up of 4 sides per group.  The first two weeks of the competition sees each group compete to finish in the top two spots of their group. The two bottoms sides of each group are eliminated.

This makes for a very attractive betting prospect as many punters believe they can accurately predict which teams will more through to the next stage.

It’s no uncommon to see lesser ranked sides make it through to the Round of 16 which also makes it a risky proposition.

FIFA Womens World Cup Live Streaming & TV Coverage

Free to Air television viewers will be able to watch all of the Matildas FIFA World Cup matches with the SBS to also show other key matches including the finals, semi finals and Cup Final.