Who will in the 2019 Women’s World Cup? Super Computer predicts which team will lift the trophy in France this year

7 Jun

The 2019 Women’s World Cup gets under way on Friday night as hosts France take on South Korea.

You can listen to extended coverage of the tournament live on talkSPORT, including live commentary of every England and Scotland match.

England’s women are among the favourites for glory in France
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Phil Neville’s Lionesses are aiming to do better than their male counterparts once again and reach the final having won this year’s SheBelieves Cup.

The likes of Steph Houghton, Fran Kirby, and Lucy Bronze will be doing all they can across the Channel but will be wary of some familiar foes in Group D.

Scotland have reached their first ever World Cup and with stars like Chelsea’s Erin Cuthbert in their squad they have the potential to cause a stir, with Japan and Argentina also up against them.

United States are looking to retain the trophy following their victory over Japan in 2015 but won’t have things their own way with France, Germany, and the Netherlands among the favourites, along with England, Japan, and Australia.

But who will win the biggest tournament in world sport this summer?

talkSPORT.com has input the latest data into its trusty Super Computer and have had the results delivered.

You can see who qualify from each group below and the how the knockout stages will pan out.

This is how the Super Computer predicted the qualifiers from the Group Stages.

Round of 16

Norway 1-1 Italy – Norway win on penalties

England 2-1 New Zealand

France 3-1 Brazil

Can France claim victory on home soil?
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Spain 1-4 United States

Australia 3-2 South Korea

Netherlands 2-1 Japan

The Dutch will be looking to build on their European Championships win two years ago
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Germany 2-0 Scotland

Sweden 1-2 Canada (After Extra-Time)

Canada have legendary 281-cap star Christine Sinclair among their ranks
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Quarter-finals

Norway 1-2 England

France 2-3 United States

Australia 1-2 Netherlands

Germany 2-0 Canada

Germany were semi-finalists back in 2015
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Semi-finals

England 1-3 United States

Netherlands 3-2 Germany

Final

United States 3-2 Netherlands (After Extra-Time)

The talkSPORT Super Computer reckons United States are set to win the World Cup in France
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Women’s World Cup winner odds: Where do England and Scotland rank among the pre-tournament favourites to lift the trophy?

7 Jun

The 2019 Women’s World Cup is just around the corner as 24 teams battle for the right to call themselves world champions.

You can listen to coverage of every single England and Scotland game LIVE across the talkSPORT network.

England Women are among the favourites for glory in France
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Commentaries will be shared across talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2, as we capture all the colour from France, analysis of the action and build-up to the biggest ever event in women’s football.

Our coverage will be led by Natalie Sawyer – presenter of talkSPORT’s Kick Off show and The Times’ The Game podcast.

There will be further coverage of the tournament, including the opening game, both semi-finals, and the final.

But who are the favourites to win the tournament this summer?

talkSPORT.com have consulted Betfair via Oddschecker and below you can see what the odds are for each team to win the 2019 Women’s World Cup.

20= Thailand (500/1)

20= Cameroon (500/1)

20= Argentina (500/1)

20= Chile (500/1)

Chile are in Group F alongside USA, Sweden and Thailand
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20= South Africa (500/1)

16= Jamaica (100/1)

16= Nigeria (100/1)

16= South Korea (100/1)

South Korea captain Cho So-Hyun plays her club football with West Ham
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16= New Zealand (100/1)

15. Scotland (66/1)

13= Italy (50/1)

13= China (50/1)

12. Norway (40/1)

9= Brazil (25/1)

Brazil will have a chance of going far if star striker Marta plays well
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9= Sweden (25/1)

9= Spain (25/1)

8. Canada (16/1)

6= Australia (14/1)

6= Netherlands (14/1)

The Netherlands won the Women’s European Championships on home soil in 2017
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5. Japan (12/1)

4. England (7/1)

Phil Neville’s players are one of the favourites for World Cup glory
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3. Germany (5/1)

2. France (7/2)

1. USA (11/4)

The Americans are the favourites to triumph in France
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