Women’s Cricket World Cup Betting Tips, Odds & Predictions

Latest Women’s Cricket World Cup Betting Tips will be placed in this article below. The 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup is the 11th edition of the women’s world cup and is currently being played in the UK. The tournament kick-started on June 24 and will be played up to July 23.

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A total of eight teams are participating in this Women’s World Cup with Australia entering the tournament as the defending champions. Having won six of the previous 10 tournaments, Australia will also kick-start the 2017 Women’s World Cup as favourites to win it it yet again.

The only other teams to have won the Women’s World Cup are England and New Zealand – England have won it thrice, while the Kiwis won the title once in 2000. Other than these three teams, India and West Indies are the only sides to have made the final of the tournament, with India having achieved that feat in 2005, while West Indies having done it in 2013, but both sides lost to Australia in the final.

Latest Women’s Cricket World Cup Betting Tips Here:

FINAL: England Women v India Women betting tips:

Over 400.5 runs to be scored in the final: 8/11 (bet365)

Australia’s title wins came in 1978, 1982, 1988, 1997, 2005 and 2013.

In this edition of the tournament, Australia will be joined by hosts England and previous runner-up West Indies along with New Zealand, India, Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka. Other than these eight sides, Denmark, Ireland, Netherlands, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago and Young England have all featured in at least one previous edition of the competition.

The Indian women will open their campaign in this tournament with a game against the England women, while New Zealand face Sri Lanka. Pakistan play South Africa in their opener on day two while Australia will be up against West Indies women.

Women’s Cricket World Cup Betting Tips & Odds here – To Win The Title:

Australian Women: 8/13
England Women: 3/1
India Women: 5/1
South Africa Women: 16/1