Liam Foster - August 14, 2023
Australia vs England Predictions and Free Betting Tips from expert tipsters when they go head-to-head in the FIFA Women’s World Cup on Wednesday, 16 August 2023.
Australia are set to face England in the second Semi-Final encounter at Accor Stadium. Australia, being one of the host nations, has fared brilliantly in the competition and defeated France on penalties following a 0-0 tie in the quarterfinals.
Their opponent, England, too, has performed admirably in this tournament and defeated Colombia 2-1 in the previous round.
The last time these two nations met was in April. Australia managed to deliver a 2-0 win that day.
In the five meetings between the two teams. Australia has won twice, there have been one draw, and England has won twice.
We are counting on England to pull off a win here. They are considered favourites by the bookies, and considering their impressive results in the last several matches, we expect them to live up to the label.
Australia, on the other hand, has played well but has had some scares recently, notably a loss against Nigeria in which they also allowed three goals.
We expect goals in this match. In two of Australia’s last four matches, there have been more than 2.5 goals scored. Also, two of England’s past three matches have ended with over 2.5 goals.
Both teams have been scoring a decent number of goals in this tournament. The hosts have scored at least two goals in three of their last four matches. While the visitors have scored eight goals in their last three matches.
Thus, the chances are quite high for goals to come from either end of the pitch.
The bookies have England as the favourite, and supporting them at 2.30 is a promising bet considering England’s great performance in the preceding matches. Furthermore, Sweden has also underperformed in a handful of recent games.
A victory for England at 2.30 odds will be our main betting pick here considering all the observations.
Furthermore, the both teams to score odds of 2.20 look quite attractive. Given both clubs’ strong attacking prowess and recent goal participation at both ends of the pitch.