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Olympics women’s football winner odds: Brazil still have gold in sight

| 27.07.2021

Guide to the quarter-final matches and prospects of gold

We have reached the quarter-final stages at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and we are taking a look at the Olympics women’s football winner odds.

After a couple of notable shocks in the group phase, we re-assess Friday’s last-eight clashes as the teams bid for a place in the final in the National Stadium, Tokyo, Japan, on August 6.

Canada v Brazil match odds

Canada opened their account with a 1-1 draw to hosts Japan before going on to their only win of the group stage against Chile.

They almost earned a second victory against Great Britain but a late goal from Caroline Weir meant Canada had to settle for another share of the spoils.

They will again rely on a stingy defence and are 3/1 to win the clash with Brazil and are 14/1 to win the gold medal.

June’s friendly saw these sides draw 0-0. It is 9/4 the game will end in a stalemate and 8/13 there will be under 2.5 goals scored.

Brazil started with a 5-0 thumping of China before a 3-3 draw against the Dutch. A 1-0 win over Zambia saw them progress to the last eight and they are Evens to beat Canada.

Marta and Formiga are the driving force in Pia Sundhage’s side, who are 13/2 to take gold.

Great Britain v Australia match odds

Great Britain are 7/2 second favourites to win gold following their 1-1 draw with Canada while Australia are 16/1 to take the Olympic title.

Hege Riise’s side are 4/5 to win this tie in 90 minutes and there’s more insight and odds in our extensive Great Britain v Australia match preview.

Sweden v Japan match odds

The Swedes stunned USA 3-0 in their opening game, then came from behind to beat Australia before going on to win comfortably against bottom-of-the-group New Zealand.

They have great depth in the squad with the front three of Fridolina Rolfo, Stina Blackstenius and Sofia Jakobsson almost impossible to defend.

Sweden are 8/13 to beat the host nation and 9/2 third-favourites to take gold, according to the Olympics women’s football winner odds.

Japan are technically good in midfield but their attacking limitations have been exposed and they only just found a way to beat Costa Rica to progress.

Japan are 20/1 outsiders to win the final and 5/1 to defeat Sweden in 90 minutes. Japan are difficult to break down, however, and the draw is on offer at 13/5.

Netherlands v USA

Odds-on to become the first nation to follow a World Cup title with Olympic gold before their opening-game thumping by Sweden, the USA have drifted to 13/8.

They hit back with a 6-1 thrashing of New Zealand before a dreary draw with Australia put them through to the knockout phase.

USA are narrow 27/10 favourites to beat a Dutch side that has scored 21 goals across their three group games.

The Netherlands have looked great going forward but ropey at the back, conceding eight times. They are 9/5 to beat the USA and it is 7/5 that there will be four or more goals scored in the game.

The Netherlands’ Olympics women’s football winner odds of 6/1 to take gold will contract significantly should they win this last-eight clash.

View the latest Olympics women’s football odds

All odds and markets correct as of date of publication



Simon Milham