Brazil vs Panama Women Prediction, Odds and Betting Tips 24/07/2023

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Women's World Cup - Coopers Stadium

1st Round

* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change

Brazil and Panama women will meet at the World Cup, in the first round, on Monday, July 24th. To learn more about this game, read our preview of the game and our top football betting tips for it.

Brazil vs Panama Women Predictions and Tips

If you're looking for dependable Women’s World Cup predictions, like our Brazil vs Panama Women, you're in the right place:

Our First Brazil vs Panama Women Prediction: Brazil to Win with Handicap (-3)

  • Brazil won six of their last ten matches, including a 4-goal win over Chile in their final friendly ahead of the tournament
  • Panama lost their last two games before World Cup with a goal difference of -12
  • Brazil is ranked 8th in FIFA rankings, while Panama is ranked 52nd

Our Second Brazil vs Panama Women Prediction: Marta to Score at Any Time

  • Marta is the team's oldest player and top scorer with 112 goals for Brazil's national team
  • During his career in national team, Marta scored an average of 0.66 goals per game
  • Marta is the record-holder for most goals scored at World Cups, including men, with 17 goals

Top Odds and Useful Stats for Brazil vs Panama Women

If you are looking for the top Brazil vs Panama Women odds, you can find them here, on our website:

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We will check out now some of the top odds and markets for this duel:

Brazil Women odds: 1/16 (1.06) – 94.10% Probability

Draw odds: 23/1 (24.00) – 4.20% Probability

Panama Women odds: 64/1 (65.00) – 1.50% Probability

It is clear from the odds that Brazil Women are the expected winners in this duel with a 94.10% win probability. Furthermore, the top favourite to be the First Goalscorer in this match is Debinha at 16/5 (4.20) odds, which is the same as a 23.80% probability.

Brazil – Panama Women Preview: Latest Form, News, and Probable Lineups

Stay up to date with the latest news and information about both teams here, including the most likely Germany vs Morocco Women lineups:

Brazil Women

Although Brazil's women national team qualified for all eight World Cups so far, they are far from being as successful as their male counterparts, given that they have never won the trophy. That being said, they came so close once, when they reached the final in 2007, but they were stopped by Germany. In any case, the expectations for this Brazil team are high and a deep run is pretty much on the table for them.

Brazil Women Predicted Lineup:

Lele – Antonia, Kathellen, Rafaelle, Tamires – Borges, Kerolin, Luana, Adriana – Geyse, Marta

Panama Women

For the first time in Panama's history, their women's football team will play at a World Cup. With that in mind, it is clear that this is already a success for this team and that they come to the tournament without any pressure or expectations. Still, Panama fans will certainly hope for good performances from their national team.

Panama Women Predicted Lineup:

Bailey – Castillo, Natis, Pinzon, Baltrip-Reyes, Jaen – Mills, Montenegro, Gonzalez, Cox – Riley

Starting Lineups

Teams usually announce their starting lineups one hour before the kickoff.

Brazil Women

Brazil Women
4-4-2
12
Leticia Izidoro
br
2
Antonia
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14
Lauren
br
4
Rafaelle
br
6
Tamires
br
17
Ary Borges
br
21
Kerolin Nicoli
br
5
Luana
br
11
Adriana
br
16
Bia Zaneratto
br
9
Debinha
br
Substitutes
3
Kathellen
br
15
Duda Sampaio
br
13
Bruninha
br
18
Geyse
br
23
Gabi Nunes
br
8
Ana Vitoria
br
20
Angelina
br
1
Barbara
br
7
Andressa
br
19
Monica
br
10
Marta
br
22
Camila Rodrigues
br

Panama Women

Panama Women
5-4-1
12
Yenith Bailey
pa
4
Katherine Castillo
pa
5
Yomira Pinzon
pa
15
Rosario Vargas
pa
23
Carina Baltrip
pa
2
Hilary Jaen
pa
11
Natalia Mills
pa
20
Aldrith Quintero
pa
8
Schiandra Gonzalez
pa
10
Marta Cox
pa
9
Karla Riley
pa
Substitutes
14
Carmen Montenegro
pa
13
Riley Tanner
pa
7
Emily Cedeno
pa
1
Sasha Fabregas
pa
21
Whitney De Obaldia
pa
16
Rebeca Espinosa
pa
19
Lineth Cedeno
pa
18
Erika Hernandez
pa
3
Wendy Natis
pa
17
Laurie Batista
pa
6
Deysire Salazar
pa
22
Farissa Cordoba
pa

Player to Watch: Marta

One of the legends of Brazilian women's football is their top goalscorer Marta, who holds the record for most goals scored at World Cups with 17 goals so far. That includes men as well, so she is ahead of Klose and Ronaldo as the next closest on the list.

That being said, Marta is 37 years old and she will likely come from the bench in most games at this tournament. However, we can see her starting against Panama, which would give her a chance to improve her goalscoring tally even more.

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