Women’s Euros Odds: Lionesses to avoid Norwegian nightmare?

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If you were around on Friday, you’ll know my tip of Novak Djokovic to beat Cameron Norrie in four sets at 11/4 came in, meaning I have to follow up with another winner today!

Today, I’m focusing on the Women’s European Championships, more specifically England against Norway.

The Lionesses kicked off their campaign with a 1-0 win over Austria in the tournament opener on Wednesday, while Norway thumped Northern Ireland 4-1 on Thursday.

To just win the game outright, England are 4/7 – no real value in that for me. Instead, I’m thinking another 1-0 win for Sarina Wiegman’s side.

They looked a bit nervous on Wednesday, and Norway are favourites along with England to get out of the group, so this will be a tough match. Norway currently top of the group ahead of England on goal difference and both sides know a victory could seal their spot in the knockout stages with one game in hand.

Another 1-0 for the Lionesses is 6/1, which has plenty of value for me, as I think this will be a close match.

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Jonny Webb

 

Women’s Euros Odds

Author: Lucas Carlson