Japan is a slight 0, 0.5-goal favorite against Sweden in their 2023 Women’s World Cup match.
The quarterfinals match total is set at 2.0 goals with -120 odds for the over.
World Cup goal scorer odds list Hinata Miyazawa with +290 odds to score against Sweden.
AUCKLAND – Betting odds for the 2023 Women’s World Cup quarterfinals match between Japan and Sweden favor Japan on the moneyline with +125 odds. Japan defeated all four World Cup opponents by two goals or more.
Japan Vs Sweden Betting Lines
0, -0.5 (-110)
0, +0.5 (-110)
The 0, 0.5-goal legal sports betting spread in favor of Japan has value considering Japan scored 14 goals and surrendered one in four matches.
Meanwhile, Sweden outscored their Group G opponents 9-1 before defeating the United States in a scoreless penalty shootout in the round of 16.
In terms of betting on soccer futures, Japan has +475 odds to win the 2023 Women’s World Cup while Sweden has +1200 odds. Japan only trails Spain and England in terms of odds, but Japan defeated Spain 4-0 in their final Group C match.
Japan Vs Sweden Goal Scorer Odds
Hinata Miyazawa has the most goals in the Women’s World Cup with five goals scored. Her 1.76 goals scored per 90 minutes gives value to the +290 odds for Miyazawa to find net against Sweden.
Goal Scorer Betting Odds
Mina Tanaka +275
Riko Ueki +275
Hinata Miyazawa +290
Stina Blackstenius +330
Maika Hamano +350
Remina Chiba +380
Madelen Janogy +390
Fridolina Rolfo +400
Rebecka Blomqvist +440
Sofia Jakobsson +440
Mina Tanaka is surprisingly the most likely goal scorer at legal online sportsbooks instead of Hinata Miyazawa. Mina Tanaka has the most attempts on goal for Japan, but Miyazawa’s incredible scoring efficiency makes her +290 odds to score against Sweden more valuable.
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