Spain Over 1.5 Goals (+205) Hit in Five of Six Matches

Spain Over 1.5 Goals (+205) Hit in Five of Six Matches

Women’s World Cup Finals – Spain vs England

There are +205 odds for Spain to score over 1.5 goals in the 2023 Women’s World Cup finals.
Spain completed this feat in five of six Women’s World Cup matches.
Moneyline odds for the match slightly favor Spain at +160.

SYDNEY – With a 0.0-goal spread for the 2023 Women’s World Cup finals, the best bet is on Spain to score over 1.5 goals with +205 odds. Spain scored two or more goals in each match past the group stage.

Spain Total Goals Odds

Over 0.5 -225
Under 0.5 +183
Over 1.5 +205
Under 1.5 -255
Over 2.5 +675
Under 2.5 -1200

The +205 legal sports betting odds come from England never surrendering over 1.5 goals in their six Women’s World Cup matches. However, England’s apparent great defense is more likely a product of weak opponents.

Australia is England’s only Women’s World Cup opponent that scored more than six goals in the tournament. Spain can expose an English defense that has benefitted from weak competition en route to the 2023 Women’s World Cup finals.

Spain Moneyline + Spain -0.5 Also Valuable

Spain’s +205 odds to score over 1.5 goals is the best bet, but betting on soccer alternate spreads and moneyline for Spain also present good value.

2023 Women’s World Cup Final Betting Lines


0.0 (-118)
O2.0 (-112)

0.0 (-102)
U2.0 (-108)

Spain defeated Netherlands and Sweden to get to the Women’s World Cup finals; two teams in the top five for goal differential. Meanwhile, England’s two best victories are against Australia and Colombia, who rank eighth and 12th in goal differential.

Spain Spread Betting Odds



0, -0.5

0, +0.5


Only two of the eight Women’s World Cup finals since 1991 resulted in a penalty shootout. The +163 odds at legal online sportsbooks for Spain to cover a 0.5 goal spread in regulation are valuable.

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Zach Kelly

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