Germany vs Morocco Women Prediction, Odds and Betting Tips 24/07/2023

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Women's World Cup - Melbourne Rectangular Stadium

1st Round

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

Germany will face Morocco in the first round of Women’s World Cup on Monday, July 24th. Here is our preview of this match, along with our top football betting tips for it.

Germany vs Morocco Women Predictions and Tips

If you're looking for reliable Women’s World Cup predictions, like our Germany vs Morocco tips, you are in the right place:

Our First Germany vs Morocco Women Prediction: Germany to Win with Handicap (-2)

  • Germany is a two time world champion, ranked 2nd in FIFA rankings, while Morocco is 72nd and never played at a World Cup
  • Morocco is without a win in their last five games and they have a -7 goal difference after failing to score in any of those games
  • Germany won six of their last ten games ahead of the tournament

Our Second Germany vs Morocco Women Prediction: Alexandra Popp to Score at Any Time

  • Alexandra Popp is the team's captain and top scorer with 62 goals
  • In her career with the German national team, Alexandra Popp scores an average of 0.48 goals per game
  • Pop scored in the last three matches that Germany played against a team from Africa

Top Odds and Key Stats for Germany vs Morocco Women

If you want to bet on the best Germany vs Morocco Women odds, see our selection of odds from the main UK bookmakers:

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Now is a good time to check some of the best markets and odds for this match:

Germany Women odds: 1/9 (1.11) – 90.00% Probability

Draw odds: 11/1 (12.00) – 8.30% Probability

Morocco Women odds: 30/1 (31.00) – 3.20% Probability

It is clear from the odds that Germany Women are the expected winners in this match with a 90.00% win probability. Furthermore, the main favourite to become the First Goalscorer in this game is Lea Schuller at 3/1 (6.00) odds, which is the same as a 25.00% probability.

Germany – Morocco Women Preview: News, Recent Form, and Possible Lineups

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

Germany Women

In the short history of World Cup for women, Germany has been one of the most successful teams, only behind team USA. So far, Germany managed to win two titles, reaching the finals one more time and semi-finals two more times. Their worst result in eight appearances was quarter-finals, so the expectations from this team are high ahead of this tournament as well.

Germany Women Predicted Lineup:

Frohms – Kleinherne, Hendrich, Hegering, Rauch – Oberdorf, Dabritz – Huth, Magull, Buhl – Popp

Morocco Women

Only their fellow African nation Zambia are ranked worse in FIFA rankings out of all World Cup teams, so it's safe to say that this Morocco team comes to the tournament without any expectations. After all, this will be their first-ever appearance at a World Cup, so if they can get any points, it will be a success for Morocco.

Morocco Women Predicted Lineup:

Er-Rmichi – Redouani, Ait El Haj, Mrabet, Seghir – Ouzraoui, Chebbak, Nekkach, Tagnaout – Amani – Ayane

Starting Lineups

Teams commonly announce their lineups one hour before the kickoff.

Germany Women

Germany Women
4-2-3-1
1
Merle Frohms
de
9
Svenja Huth
de
3
Kathrin Hendrich
de
23
Sara Doorsoun
de
17
Felicitas Rauch
de
18
Melanie Leupolz
de
13
Sara Daebritz
de
22
Jule Brand
de
20
Lina Magull
de
19
Klara Buehl
de
11
Alexandra Popp
de
Substitutes
14
Lena Lattwein
de
2
Chantal Hagel
de
15
Sjoeke Nusken
de
6
Lena Oberdorf
de
16
Nicole Anyomi
de
21
Stina Johannes
de
8
Sydney Lohmann
de
4
Sophia Kleinherne
de
10
Laura Freigang
de
7
Lea Schuller
de
12
Ann Katrin Berger
de
5
Marina Hegering
de

Morocco Women

Morocco Women
3-4-3
1
Khadija Er-Rmichi
ma
17
Hanane Ait El Haj
ma
21
Yasmin Katie Mrabet Slack
ma
2
Zineb Redouani
ma
19
Sakina Ouzraoui Diki
ma
6
Elodie Nakkach
ma
4
Sarah Kassi
ma
11
Fatima Tagnaout
ma
7
Ghizlane Chebbak
ma
23
Rosella Ayane
ma
16
Anissa Lahmari
ma
Substitutes
8
Salma Amani
ma
20
Sofia Bouftini
ma
15
Fatima Zohra Gharbi
ma
10
Najat Badri
ma
9
Ibtissam Jraidi
ma
13
Sabah Seghir
ma
12
Assia Zouhair
ma
22
Ines Arouaissa
ma
5
Nesryne El Chad
ma
14
Rkia Mazrouai
ma
18
Kenza Chapelle
ma
3
Nouhaila Benzina
ma

Player to Watch: Alexandra Popp

Since there is little doubt that Germany will win this match, our player to watch comes from their side and it is the team's captain Alexandra Popp, who we also tipped to score in this game.

The experienced forward is the team's top scorer and she will lead Germany at this tournament as they hunt their third World Cup title, so Morocco should keep a close eye on Popp in this game.

Germany vs Morocco Women


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