The pretenders have said goodbye as the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup group stage matches come to a close, leaving the genuine contenders with an unwavering drive to win the championship. The stakes are enormous as we prepare for the exhilarating elimination round.

So which team has the best chance of winning it all?

The United States women’s national team (USWNT), the current global champions, continue to dominate the odds! Their odds of winning were good at +240 after a dominant opening 3-0 victory over Vietnam. Team USA are still a powerful force going into the group stage, despite a little lengthening of the odds to +270 following a 1-1 draw with the Netherlands. The team’s odds of winning have remained stable at roughly +275 as the competition rages.

Firm favourites to win the 2023 FIFA Women’s Cup, the US also won the tournament, held every four years, the last two times — in 2015 and 2019. If they win again, they will be champions three times in a row. They also won the first FIFA Women’s World Cup in 1991 and again in 1999.

Will the flag of the United States once more rise to glory, or will rivals vie for the top spot? The scene is set, and as spectators eagerly anticipate a spectacular finish, the suspense is growing.

Which opposing groups are strong candidates?

Spain’s odds shortened from +550 to +340 in an exciting competition, thanks to victories over Costa Rica and Zambia.

England’s Lionesses have also improved their chances, the odds shortening from +550 to +500.

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Australia’s odds have changed dramatically, too. After an incredible 4-0 victory over Canada, which gave them the group’s top spot, Australia’s odds have improved from +2300 to +1100.

Meanwhile, Japan, who defeated the US on penalties in the 2011 Women’s World Cup final, have also entered the race at +1300, up from +2100 last week.

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