Colombia vs Jamaica Women Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 08/08/2023

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Women's World Cup - Melbourne Rectangular Stadium

4th Round

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

One of the closest matchups in the Top 16 stage of World Cup for women is the Colombia vs Jamaica duel, scheduled for Tuesday, August 8th. To learn more about this game, check our preview and our top football betting tips for it.

Our Latest Colombia vs Jamaica Women Predictions and Picks

If you're looking for reliable Women’s World Cup predictions, like our Colombia vs Jamaica tips, you've arrived to the right place:

Our First Colombia vs Jamaica Women Prediction: Colombia to Win

  • Colombia won three of their last five games across the board
  • Jamaica has just three wins in their last seven matches in all competitions
  • Colombia is 25th in FIFA rankings, while Jamaica is 43rd

Our Second Colombia vs Jamaica Women Prediction: Both Teams to Score – No

  • We saw both teams score in just two of the last five Colombia games
  • We did not see both teams score in any of the three Jamaica matches at this World Cup
  • In the last duel between these two teams, we did not see both teams score

Best Stats and Odds for Colombia vs Jamaica Women

If you want to bet on the top Colombia vs Jamaica Women odds, check our list of odds from the main UK betting sites:

Head to Head

31/07/19

Pan American Games Women Pan

Jamaica Women

Jamaica Women

Colombia Women

Colombia Women

0

2

24/07/18

Central American and Caribbean Games Women Central

Colombia Women

Colombia Women

Jamaica Women

Jamaica Women

1

2

Last Five - Colombia Women

02/06/24

Womenu2019s International Womenu2019s

Venezuela Women

Venezuela Women

Colombia Women

Colombia Women

0

3

W

04/03/24

CONCACAF Gold Cup Women CONCACAF

USA Women

USA Women

Colombia Women

Colombia Women

3

0

L

12/08/23

Women's World Cup Women's

England Women

England Women

Colombia Women

Colombia Women

2

1

L

08/08/23

Women's World Cup Women's

Jamaica Women

Jamaica Women

Colombia Women

Colombia Women

0

1

W

03/08/23

Women's World Cup Women's

Morocco Women

Morocco Women

Colombia Women

Colombia Women

1

0

L

Last Five - Jamaica Women

04/06/24

Womenu2019s International Womenu2019s

Brazil Women

Brazil Women

Jamaica Women

Jamaica Women

4

0

L

01/06/24

Womenu2019s International Womenu2019s

Brazil Women

Brazil Women

Jamaica Women

Jamaica Women

4

0

L

08/08/23

Women's World Cup Women's

Colombia Women

Colombia Women

Jamaica Women

Jamaica Women

1

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L

02/08/23

Women's World Cup Women's

Brazil Women

Brazil Women

Jamaica Women

Jamaica Women

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D

29/07/23

Women's World Cup Women's

Panama Women

Panama Women

Jamaica Women

Jamaica Women

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We will now check some of the other betting markets and odds for this duel:

Colombia Women odds: 23/20 (2.15) – 46.50% Probability

Draw odds: 9/4 (3.25) – 30.80% Probability

Jamaica Women odds: 3/1 (4.00) – 25.00% Probability

We can see from these odds that Colombia Women are the expected winners in this duel with a 46.50% win probability. On top of this, the main favourite to be the First Goalscorer in this game is Catalina Usme at 13/2 (7.50) odds, which is the same as a 13.30% probability.

Colombia – Jamaica Women Preview: Form, News, and Potential Lineups

Check out the latest updates and news on both teams right here, including our predicted Colombia vs Jamaica Women lineups:

Colombia Women

Despite their surprising loss in the last round of group stages to Morocco, Colombia pretty much secured the top spot ahead of that game by beating both South Korea and Germany. This will be the second time ever and the second time in a row that Colombia plays in Round of 16 and their fans are certainly hopeful of getting even further. Manuela Vanegas is out of this match through suspension.

Colombia Women Predicted Lineup:

Perez – C. Arias, Carabali, D. Arias, Caracas – Bedoya, Montoya – Caicedo, Usme, Santos – Ramirez

Jamaica Women

In their second-ever World Cup appearance, Jamaica surprised everyone by making it to the Round of 16. The team did not concede a goal in the three games in the group, despite having to play big names like France and Brazil. So, they managed to get to the next stage despite scoring only one goal. If their defence can stay at this level, we could see Jamaica make it even deeper.

Jamaica Women Predicted Lineup:

Spencer – Wiltshire, A. Swaby, C. Swaby, Blackwood – Sampson, Spence – Matthews, Primus, Brown – Shaw

Starting Lineups

Teams usually release their lineups one hour before the kickoff.

Colombia Women

Colombia Women
4-2-3-1
1
Catalina Perez
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17
Caroline Arias
co
3
Daniela Alexandra Arias Rojas
co
4
Diana Ospina
co
10
Leicy Santos
co
5
Lorena Bedoya Durango
co
11
Catalina Usme
co
Substitutes
7
Maria Reyes
co
23
Elexa Marie Bahr Gutierrez
co
13
Natalia Giraldo Alzate
co
12
Sandra Sepulveda
co
21
Ivonne Chacon
co
8
Marcela Restrepo
co
6
Daniela Montoya
co
16
Lady Andrade
co

Jamaica Women

Jamaica Women
4-4-2
13
Rebecca Spencer
jm
19
Tiernny Wiltshire
jm
17
Allyson Swaby
jm
4
Chantelle Swaby
jm
14
Den-Den Blackwood
jm
8
Drew Spence
jm
3
Vyan Sampson
jm
12
Kalyssa Vanzanten
jm
10
Jody Brown
jm
18
Trudi Carter
jm
Substitutes
7
Peyton McNamara
jm
5
Konya Plummer
jm
2
Solai Washington
jm
20
Atlanta Primus
jm
6
Havana Solaun
jm
1
Sydney Schneider
jm
16
Paige Bailey Gayle
jm
21
Cheyna Matthews
jm
9
Kameron Simmonds
jm
23
Liya Brooks
jm
22
Kayla McKenna
jm

Player to Watch: Linda Caicedo

While we can see this being a close duel, we do expect Colombia to win the match and that's why our player to watch is the young Real Madrid player Linda Caicedo.

Despite being only 18-years-old, Caicedo already made her mark at this World Cup with a couple of goals and Jamaica will have to stay focused on her if they want to have a chance in this match.

Colombia vs Jamaica Women


Vladimir’s dreams of becoming a professional basketball player ended a long time ago, but his other dream of becoming a writer came true as he combined his love of writing and sports to become a professional content writer who covers multiple sports, including football, basketball, and tennis.