Colombia vs South Korea Women Prediction, Odds and Betting Tips 25/07/2023

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Women's World Cup - Sydney Football Stadium

1st Round

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

One of the closest matchups in the first round of World Cup for women is the Colombia vs South Korea duel, scheduled for Tuesday, July 25th. So, let's take a closer look at this game and what we can expect from it when it comes to our football betting tips for the game.

Colombia vs South Korea Women Predictions and Picks

If you're searching for reliable Women’s World Cup predictions, like our Colombia vs South Korea tips, you came to the right place:

Our First Colombia vs South Korea Women Prediction: South Korea to Win

  • South Korea won three games in a row ahead of the start of the tournament
  • Colombia only has one win in the last five games they played
  • South Korea is the better-ranked team since they are 17th in FIFA rankings, while Colombia is 25th

Our Second Colombia vs South Korea Women Prediction: Over 2.5 Total Goals

  • We saw three or more goals in two of the last four Colombia matches
  • South Korea have gone over 2.5 total goals in their last five games in a row
  • In the last five games, Colombia averaged 3.20 goals per game, while South Korea averaged 4.20 goals per game

Best Odds and Stats for Colombia vs South Korea Women

If you are trying to find top Colombia vs South Korea Women odds, we can help you out here:

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Now is a good time to look at some of the latest odds and markets for this match:

Colombia Women odds: 2/1 (3.00) – 33.30% Probability

Draw odds: 21/10 (3.10) – 32.30% Probability

South Korea Women odds: 13/8 (2.63) – 38.10% Probability

We can see from these odd that the bookies expect a close game. That being said, South Korea Women are the expected winners in this duel with a small margin and a 38.10% win probability. On top of this, the main candidate to be the First Goalscorer in this duel is Catalina Usme at 15/2 (8.50) odds, which is the same as a 11.80% probability.

Colombia – South Korea Women Preview: Form, News, and Potential Lineups

Read all the latest news and information about both teams here, including our predicted Colombia vs South Korea Women lineups:

Colombia Women

Just like their next opponent, Colombia will also play at a World Cup for women for a third time in a row, which is also their third time overall. So far, Colombia got to the knockout stages once, while they failed to get out of the group the other time. The expectations for the team aren't high, but Colombia could reach the next stage and that is certainly what their fans expect.

Colombia Women Predicted Lineup:

Perez – Ramos, Carabali, Arias, Vanegas – Montoya, Bedoya – Bahr, Usme, Caicedo – Ramirez

South Korea Women

This will be third time in a row that we will see South Korea women at a World Cup and fourth time overall. Of the last three appearances, South Korea ended the competition in group stages twice, reaching the knockout stages only once, in 2015. This tournament will be an interesting one for South Korea since they have a group which makes it quite possible for them to see the next stage.

South Korea Women Predicted Lineup:

Jung-mi – Hye-ri, Seon-joo, Seo-yeon – Hyo-joo, So-yun, So-hyun, Sel-gi – Geum-min, Hwa-yeon – Yu-ri

Starting Lineups

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

Colombia Women

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

South Korea Women

South Korea Women
3-4-3
1
Young Geul Yoon
kr
20
Kim Hyeri
kr
6
Lim Seonjoo
kr
4
Shim Seo Yeon
kr
2
Choo Hyojoo
kr
10
Ji Soyun
kr
16
Jang Selgi
kr
11
Choe Yuri
kr
7
Son Hwayeon
kr
Substitutes
14
Jeoun Eunha
kr
22
Yebin Bae
kr
18
Jung Mi Kim
kr
12
Moon Mira
kr
5
Kim Yun-ji
kr
15
Chun Garam
kr
13
Eun Sun Park
kr
23
Kang Chaerim
kr
21
Jisu Ryu
kr
3
Hong Hyeji
kr
17
Lee Youngju
kr
19
Casey Phair
kr

Player to Watch: Ji So-yun

Since we can see South Korea winning this match, our player to watch comes from this team and it is Ji So-yun, one of the more experienced players in the team.

Despite being a midfielder, So-yun is the team's best scorer as well, with 67 goals in 145 appearances for South Korea. So, Colombia will have to keep a close eye on her in this match.

Colombia vs South Korea 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.