Switzerland vs Norway Women Prediction, Odds and Betting Tips 25/07/2023

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Women's World Cup - FMG Stadium Waikato

2nd Round

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

One of the more interesting matchups in the second round of World Cup for women is the Switzerland vs Norway duel, scheduled for Tuesday, July 25th. So, we have prepared a detailed preview of this game for you, along with our top football betting tips for it.

Switzerland vs Norway Women Predictions and Tips

If you're trying to find the best Women’s World Cup predictions, like our Switzerland vs Norway tips, you came to the right place:

Our First Switzerland vs Norway Women Prediction: Draw

  • The two teams are very close in quality, as is evident from FIFA rankings where Norway is 12th and Switzerland 20th
  • In the last three duels between these teams, each team has one win and one match ended in a draw
  • Switzerland drew in three of their last five games, while Norway drew in two of their last four matches

Our Second Switzerland vs Norway Women Prediction: Both Teams to Score – Yes

  • We saw both teams score in two of the last four Switzerland games and two of the last three Norway matches
  • All three most recent h2h duels between these teams have ended with both teams scoring
  • Switzerland failed to score just once in their last four games, while the same thing happened in one of the last three Norway matches

Best Odds and Key Stats for Switzerland vs Norway Women

If you want to bet on the top Switzerland vs Norway Women odds, check our list of odds from various UK betting sites:

Now is the time to check the best betting markets and odds for this match:

Switzerland Women odds: 27/10 (3.70) – 27.00% Probability

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

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

It is clear from the odds that Norway Women are the expected winners in this game with a 46.50% win probability. On top of that, the main candidate to become the First Goalscorer in this match is Ada Hegerberg at 5/1 (6.00) odds, which is the same as a 16.70% probability.

Switzerland – Norway Women Preview: News, Form, and Probable Lineups

Read all the updates and news about both teams here, including our predicted Switzerland vs Norway Women lineups:

Switzerland Women

In the first round of the World Cup for Women, Switzerland managed to beat Philippines 2-0 and that puts them in a good spot ahead of their duel with Norway since a draw will most likely be enough to secure them a spot in the next stage. Of course, it's still early for those speculations, but Switzerland can enter this match without pressure, at least not as much as their opponents.

Switzerland Women Predicted Lineup:

Thalmann – Aigbogun, Buhler, Stierli, Maritz – Sow, Walti, Reuteler – Piubel, Bachmann, Crnogorcevic

Norway Women

Given their rankings and reputation, Norway was the main favourite to get out of this group, but the team suffered a surprising loss at the start of the World Cup for women. To the surprise of many, Norway lost to New Zealand, one of the co-hosts of the tournament, so now they are in a precarious situation and will most likely have to win both of their remaining matches to get to the next stage.

Norway Women Predicted Lineup:

Mikalsen – Bjelde, Mjelde, Harviken, Hansen – Engen, Boe Risa, Maanum – Hansen, Reiten, Hegerberg

Starting Lineups

Check the starting lineups an hour before the kickoff.

Switzerland Women

Switzerland Women
4-1-2-3
1
Gaelle Thalmann
ch
19
Eseosa Aigbogun
ch
5
Noelle Maritz
ch
2
Julia Stierli
ch
8
Nadine Riesen
ch
13
Lia Walti
ch
11
Coumba Sow
ch
6
Geraldine Reuteler
ch
17
Seraina Piubel
ch
9
Ana-Maria Crnogorcevic
ch
10
Ramona Bachmann
ch
Substitutes
23
Alisha Lehmann
ch
15
Luana Buhler
ch
21
Seraina Friedli
ch
18
Viola Calligaris
ch
22
Meriame Terchoun
ch
7
Amira Arfaoui
ch
3
Lara Marti
ch
20
Fabienne Humm
ch
16
Sandrine Mauron
ch
14
Marion Rey
ch
12
Livia Peng
ch
4
Laura Felber
ch

Norway Women

Norway Women
4-1-2-3
23
Aurora Mikalsen
no
13
Thea Bjelde
no
6
Maren Mjelde
no
16
Mathilde Harviken
no
4
Tuva Hansen
no
8
Vilde Boe Risa
no
18
Frida Maanum
no
11
Guro Reiten
no
22
Sophie Roman Haug
no
15
Amalie Eikeland
no
20
Emilie Haavi
no
Substitutes
17
Julie Blakstad
no
12
Guro Pettersen
no
2
Anja Sonstevold
no
21
Anna Josendal
no
10
Caroline Graham Hansen
no
14
Ada Hegerberg
no
5
Guro Bergsvand
no
9
Karina Saevik
no
1
Cecilie Fiskerstrand
no
7
Ingrid Engen
no
19
Marit Bratberg Lund
no
3
Sara Horte
no

Switzerland vs Norway Women


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