Japan vs Sweden Women Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 11/08/2023

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Women's World Cup - Eden Park

3rd Round

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

Japan and Sweden will meet in the quarter-finals of World Cup for women on Friday, August 11th. This is our preview of the game, followed by our best football betting tips for it.

Japan vs Sweden Women Predictions and Tips

If you're looking for dependable Women’s World Cup predictions, like our Japan vs Sweden tips, you came to the right place:

Our First Japan vs Sweden Women Prediction: Japan to Win

  • Japan won five games in a row, including four wins at this World Cup
  • In those five matches, Japan scored 19 goals and conceded just one
  • Sweden failed to win in five of their last ten matches in all competitions

Our Second Japan vs Sweden Women Prediction: Over 2.5 Total Goals

  • Japan averaged 3.75 goals per game at this World Cup, while Sweden averaged 2.50 goals per game
  • Sweden went over 2.5 total goals in three of their last five games, while the same is true for four of the last five Japan matches
  • We saw at least three goals in all three previous head-to-head duels between Japan and Sweden

Best Odds and Key Stats for Japan vs Sweden Women

If you're searching for the top Japan vs Sweden Women odds, you can find them here, on our website:

Head to Head

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Japan Women

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10/03/14

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Last Five - Japan Women

11/08/23

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05/08/23

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Norway Women

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31/07/23

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Spain Women

Spain Women

Japan Women

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26/07/23

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Costa Rica Women

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22/07/23

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Zambia Women

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04/06/24

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Republic of Ireland Women

Republic of Ireland Women

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31/05/24

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Republic of Ireland Women

Republic of Ireland Women

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09/04/24

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France Women

France Women

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05/04/24

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England Women

England Women

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28/02/24

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Bosnia-Herzegovina Women

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Now is the time to look at the best betting markets and odds for this duel:

Japan Women odds: 13/10 (2.30) – 43.50% Probability

Draw odds: 23/10 (3.30) – 30.30% Probability

Sweden Women odds: 12/5 (3.40) – 29.40% Probability

We can see from these odds that Japan Women are the expected winners in this match with a 43.50% win probability. Furthermore, the main candidate to become the First Goalscorer in this game is Mina Tanaka at 13/2 (7.50) odds, which comes to a 13.30% probability.

Japan – Sweden Women Preview: Form, Recent News, and Possible Lineups

Check out the latest news on these two teams here, including the most likely Japan vs Sweden Women lineups:

Japan Women

So far, Japan has all four wins at this World Cup and all of those wins were by two or more goals. In fact, Japan conceded their first goal against Norway in Round of 16, so the former World Champions have been pretty convincing this tournament and they are rightfully seen as one of the main candidates to go all the way.

Japan Women Predicted Lineup:

Yamashita – Minami, Kumagai, Ishikawa – Endo, Nagano, Hasegawa, Shimizu – Miyazawa, Tanaka, Ueki

Sweden Women

Ahead of their Round of 16 duel against the reigning world champions USA, Sweden won all three of their matches in group stages and it was clear that the team was confident about their chances against team USA. After a scoreless draw, Sweden did better on penalties and ensured their place in quarter-finals and that we will see a new world champion at the end of this World Cup.

Sweden Women Predicted Lineup:

Musovic – Andersson, Eriksson, Ilestedt, Bjorn – Rubensson, Angeldal – Schough – Rolfo, Asllani, Rytting Kaneryd – Blackstenius

Starting Lineups

Check the starting lineups one hour before the kickoff.

Japan Women

Japan Women
3-4-3
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Ayaka Yamashita
jp
12
Hana Takahashi
jp
2
Risa Shimizu
jp
10
Fuka Nagano
jp
14
Yui Hasegawa
jp
6
Hina Sugita
jp
15
Aoba Fujino
jp
11
Mina Tanaka
jp
7
Hinata Miyazawa
jp
Substitutes
18
Momoko Tanaka
jp
23
Rion Ishikawa
jp
5
Shiori Miyake
jp
21
Chika Hirao
jp
9
Riko Ueki
jp
19
Miyabi Moriya
jp
13
Jun Endo
jp
22
Remina Chiba
jp
17
Seike Kiko
jp
8
Hikaru Naomoto
jp
20
Maika Hamano
jp
16
Honoka Hayashi
jp

Sweden Women

Sweden Women
4-2-3-1
6
Magdalena Eriksson
se
2
Jonna Andersson
se
23
Elin Rubensson
se
9
Kosovare Asllani
se
11
Stina Blackstenius
se
Substitutes
22
Olivia Schough
se
17
Caroline Seger
se
8
Lina Hurtig
se
12
Jennifer Falk
se
21
Tove Enblom
se
5
Anna Sandberg
se

Player to Watch: Hinata Miyazawa

With five goals and one assist at this World Cup so far, Hinata Miyazawa has been a true revelation of the tournament and she is our player to watch in this match.

The 23-year-old is currently sitting at the top of the list of best goalscorers, so Sweden will have to pay special attention to Miyazawa in this duel if they want to get a good result.

Japan vs Sweden Women


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