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WWC: England vs Norway Betting Tips

Graeme Written on Tuesday, June 25th, 2019

The first quarter final in the Women’s World Cup takes place on Thursday, June 27th.

If features Norway going up against England.

In terms of the “power rankings” in regard to the World Cup at the moment, England are ranked 4th behind USA, France and Germany. Norway are ranked 7th currently with their chances of winning the World Cup at 26.00.

Norway got here after finishing second in Group A. They went up against a feisty Nigerian side and came away 3-0 winners in an impressive victory. They were unlucky to lose 2-1 to France, then had two penalties in a win over South Korea.

That Nigerian game really concerned me and I didn’t think Norway would qualify. It shocked me in that insane game against Australia that they were able to get through. However Norway were the better side in that one, and deservedly went through to the next round.

England have been quite impressive. A 2-1 win over Scotland was followed up by a 1-0 win over the tight Argentina defense. They then rested some star players but still got the 2-0 win over a Japan team that are pretty good.

They thumped Cameroon 3-0 in what was a hell of a noteworthy game to move on to the quarter finals.

England may be without Steph Houghton which would hurt them. She was the victim of a bad tackle in the game against Cameroon.

England are heavy favourites to qualify although the bookies don’t expect them to do it in 90 minutes which is interesting. Their odds to qualify are 1.57 while the odds to win in 90 minutes are 2.10 odds.

It’s a really intriguing match-up actually and probably Englands toughest one yet. Norway showed a lot in that game against Australia with a high xG as they racked up 27 shots with 8 on target.

England were okay against Cameroon. 3-0 was a bit flattering really.

The bookies are expecting a good game with goals to be scored by both teams. England certainly look like they can score in every game and Norway have a good attack.

However at this stage you often see more cautious play. It’s a big game for Norway and I think England will try and play a controlling but possessive game.

I’m going for a small bet on the under and am hoping for a low scoring 90 minutes.

1u on Under 2.5 goals. 1.80 odds.

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Also on thursday in U21 EUROS
Germany vs Romania
Germany -1 AH @1.97

Both teams won first 2 groupgames and therefore secured qualification to semifinals which allowed them to take third groupgame lightly and that’s what they did as they both drew it.
Germans have yet to lose any of the 3 h2h games as they won 2 of them and scored 2+ goals in each of these games. Still they haven’t been that great defensively though as they’ve conceded for 6 consecutive games so that might give chance for Romania to cause trouble specially as they already scored 4 in first 2 groupgames. Anyway germans should still be capable of winning this early first semifinal tonight..


As much i heard then conditions were not so great in Bologna as air temperature was 38’C – even typical northern/eastern european person i can say it’s usually too much(some years ago i spent day in Slovenian capital when air temperature was +37’C …)
Anyway two 90+ min goals sealed victory for germans who came back from 1:2 down to win 4:2


As there’s no thread for wednesday games then i think it’s quite obvious to present my 2 wednesday bets here:

Belarus cup:
Sputnik vs Bate: BATE -1.5 @1.80

Norwegian cup:
Oslo vs Tromsdalen: Tromsdalen over 1.0 goals @2.54

Both odds are from Marathonbet.

BATE drew in their previous awaygame 0:0 so hopefully this Belarus best team have learned from their mistakes and will be more clinical against this lower league team … BATE probably doesn’t use their strongest lineup here but still they’ve enough quality to beat weaker teams by 2+ goals …

Tromsdalen may be rockbottom in the Norway’s first divison but i believe there’s still several months for them to try save their league season so hopefully today they focus instead in this cup game against another first divison team … I believe they’ve scored 2+ goals in each of the last 2 or 3 awaygames + have found the net in every h2h game so perhaps they can actually score this time aswell …