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Women’s Euro 2022 predictions, odds and latest news

| 04.07.2022

England hosts a major football tournament once again this summer as Women’s Euro 2022 takes place at 10 venues across the country.

Sixteen teams are competing to be crowned continental champions at the 13th edition of the tournament and Coral will have all the information, odds and markets you need to get closer to the action.

Women’s Euro 2022 news and previews

The hosts kick things off in the opening match and we have studied the odds to pick out some betting tips. A capacity 74,120 crowd is expected at Old Trafford, just over a year after the stadium hosted its first ever women’s football match.

The opening round of matches previewed, including our best bet for every game from Wednesday through to Sunday.

Six of the best players who could shine at this summer’s tournament.

An in-depth look at the format, the teams, the history and the most likely winners of the Women’s European Championship.

Women’s Euro 2022 odds

Check out the latest match odds and outright markets

Women’s Euro 2022 groups

Group A: England, Austria, Norway, Northern Ireland

Group B: Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland

Group C: Netherlands, Sweden, Portugal, Switzerland

Group D: France, Italy, Belgium, Iceland

Women’s Euro 2022 fixtures and venues

Old Trafford, Manchester

July 6: England v Austria

St Mary’s, Southampton

July 7: Norway v Northern Ireland

July 11: Austria v Northern Ireland

July 15: Northern Ireland v England

Community Stadium, Brighton

July 11: England v Norway

July 15: Austria v Norway

July 20: Quarter-final

Brentford Community Stadium

July 8: Germany v Denmark

July 12: Germany v Spain

July 16: Denmark v Spain

July 21: Quarter-final

Stadium MK, Milton Keynes

July 8: Spain v Finland

July 12: Denmark v Finland

July 16: Finland v Germany

July 27: Semi-final

Leigh Sports Village

July 9: Portugal v Switzerland

July 13: Netherlands v Portugal

July 17: Sweden v Portugal

July 22: Quarter-final

Bramall Lane, Sheffield

July 9: Netherlands v Sweden

July 13: Sweden v Switzerland

July 17: Switzerland v Netherlands

July 26: Semi-final

Manchester City Academy

July 10: Belgium v Iceland

July 14: Italy v Iceland

July 18: Italy v Belgium

New York Stadium, Rotherham

July 10: France v Italy

July 14: France v Belgium

July 18: Iceland v France

July 23: Quarter-final

Wembley Stadium

July 31: Final

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Andrew McDermott

Andrew is a sports betting content journalist at PA Media. He is a lifelong Huddersfield Town fan but when he isn't reminiscing about their Premier League days he is also a junior cricket coach and enjoys cycling.