FIFA 2023 Women’s World Cup odds: The early favourites ranked including England, the USA and more

It’s hard to imagine any of the 32 teams travelling to Australia and New Zealand next July won’t feel a little scared of England.

There is no precedent for any side beating the Lionesses under manager Sarina Wiegman - of course, so much can change between now and the summer that fans won’t permit themselves to make pre-mature predictions. But having witnessed England overcome some of the tournament’s hottest favourites - Sweden, Spain and the United States - in 2022, supporters would be forgiven for getting a little bit excited.

There are tweaks to be made, connections to be forged, and surely a few injuries and obstacles to contend with along the way. But under Wiegman’s stewardship, among a generation of talented English players, surely the Lionesses have a better chance of bringing the World Cup trophy home than ever before?

Here are the ten sides tipped by current odds to go far in the tournament down under....

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