France vs Brazil Women Prediction, Odds and Betting Tips 29/07/2023

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Women's World Cup - Suncorp Stadium

2nd Round

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

Probably the derby of the second round of Women's World Cup is the France vs Brazil duel, scheduled for Saturday, July 29th. This is our preview of the game, along with free football betting tips for it.

France vs Brazil Women Predictions and Tips

If you're looking for the best Women’s World Cup predictions, like our France vs Brazil tips, you arrived to the right place:

Our First France vs Brazil Women Prediction: France to Win

  • France beat Brazil in their last four head-to-head duels in a row
  • This is a duel between two teams of similar quality, but France is 5th in FIFA rankings, while Brazil is 8th
  • France won six of their last nine matches in all competitions

Our Second France vs Brazil Women Prediction: Both Teams to Score – Yes

  • We saw both teams score in four of the last five h2h meetings between France and Brazil
  • Both teams have scored in three of the last five Brazil matches across the board
  • Brazil scored a goal in nine of their last ten games, while France did the same in six of their last ten matches

Top Odds and Key Stats for France vs Brazil Women

If you're trying to find the best France vs Brazil Women odds and stats, you can do it right here, on our website:

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We can now take a closer look at some of the best markets and odds for this match:

France Women odds: 7/4 (2.75) – 36.40% Probability

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

Brazil Women odds: 15/8 (2.88) – 34.80% Probability

It is obvious that bookies expect a close game. That being said, France Women are the expected winners in this match by a small margin, with a 36.40% win probability. Furthermore, the main candidate to be the First Goalscorer is Eugenie Le Sommer at 6/1 (7.00) odds, which comes to a 14.30% probability.

France – Brazil Women Preview: Form, News, and Probable Lineups

Check out the latest news and information on both teams, including the most likely France vs Brazil Women lineups:

France Women

Despite dominating the game, France failed to get three points from their first-round duel against Jamaica. That draw was one of the biggest surprises at this World Cup so far and it could be costly for France. That being said, a win over Brazil would put France in a driving seat and even if they don't win, they will most likely have a chance to reach the next stage with a win in the last round.

France Women Predicted Lineup:

Peyraud-Magnin – Lakrar, Cascarino, Renard, Karchaoui – Geyoro, Toletti, Majri, Mateo – Le Sommer, Diani

Brazil Women

With a 4-0 win over Panama, Brazil had a great start of the tournament and they've put themselves in a good spot ahead of the remaining to matches in group stages. If they can beat France, they will secure their place in the knockout phase, but even a draw would pretty much put them there, as long as they can beat Jamaica in the last round or perhaps even just avoid a loss.

Brazil Women Predicted Lineup:

Lele – Antonia, Costa, Rafaelle, Tamires – Borges, Bertolucci, Ferrz, Adriana – Zaneratto, Debinha

Starting Lineups

Teams often announce their starting lineups an hour before the kickoff.

France Women

France Women
4-1-2-3
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Pauline Peyraud-Magnin
fr
2
Maelle Lakrar
fr
15
Kenza Dali
fr
Substitutes
14
Aissatou Tounkara
fr
17
Lea Le Garrec
fr
1
Solene Durand
fr

Brazil Women

Brazil Women
4-4-2
12
Leticia Izidoro
br
2
Antonia
br
14
Lauren
br
4
Rafaelle
br
6
Tamires
br
21
Kerolin Nicoli
br
5
Luana
br
11
Adriana
br
9
Debinha
br
18
Geyse
br
Substitutes
22
Camila Rodrigues
br
15
Duda Sampaio
br
13
Bruninha
br
23
Gabi Nunes
br
16
Bia Zaneratto
br
10
Marta
br

Player to Watch: Eugenie Le Sommer

While this can certainly be a very close and exciting duel, we do see France winning it and that's why our player to watch is the team's main offensive weapon, Eugenia Le Sommer.

The 34-year-old Lyon striker failed to help the team score in their first game against Jamaica, but she has the quality to make up for it even if it against a team like Brazil.

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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.