England vs. Australia Prediction, Odds, Betting Lines - August 16

England vs. Australia Prediction, Odds, Betting Lines - August 16

Updated Aug. 16, 2023 3:11 a.m. ET

In the 2023 Women's World Cup semifinal at 6:00 AM ET on August 16, England is going head to head against Australia at ANZ Stadium. England eliminated Colombia in its quarterfinal game, while Australia secured the victory against France.

According to bookmakers, England is projected to move on to the World Cup final, with +132 moneyline odds compared to Australia's +236. For this match, an over/under of 2.5 goals has been set.

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England vs. Australia Match Info

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  • Match Day: Wednesday, August 16, 2023
  • Match Time: 6:00 AM ET
  • Venue: ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia
  • TV Channel: FOX US

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England vs. Australia Odds

Favorite Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds
England +132 +236 2.5 +127 -166

England vs. Australia Prediction

We are predicting England to win, with a 43.1% chance of winning this match, based on the moneyline.

England Betting Insights

  • England has scored 10 goals in five matches in this tournament (sixth in Women's World Cup), and Australia has conceded three goals in five matches (eighth in tournament).
  • With 10 goals scored and 2 conceded, England is fourth in Women's World Cup in goal differential.
  • England picked up the victory in its last match by a score of 2-1 over Colombia on August 12. lost despite outshooting England 15 to 10.

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England's Impact Players

  • Lauren James has three goals and three assists for England in Women's World Cup (four games).
  • In five Women's World Cup games, Alessia Russo has tallied two goals.
  • Lauren Hemp has scored two goals for England in Women's World Cup matchups.
  • In five Women's World Cup matches, Rachel Daly has scored one goal with one assist.

England 2023 Women's World Cup Roster

Name Age Number
Mary Earps 30 1
Lucy Bronze 31 2
Niamh Charles 24 3
Keira Walsh 26 4
Alex Greenwood 29 5
Millie Bright 29 6
Lauren James 21 7
Georgia Stanway 24 8
Rachel Daly 31 9
Ella Toone 23 10
Lauren Hemp 23 11
Jordan Nobbs 30 12
Hannah Hampton 22 13
Lotte Wubben-Moy 24 14
Esme Morgan 22 15
Jessica Carter 25 16
Laura Coombs 32 17
Chloe Kelly 25 18
Bethany England 29 19
Katie Zelem 27 20
Ellie Roebuck 23 21
Katie Robinson 21 22
Alessia Russo 24 23

Australia Betting Insights

  • Australia has been the underdog in one match this tournament, and won none.
  • With nine goals in five matches, Australia is seventh in Women's World Cup. On the flip side, England has allowed two goals in five matches, fifth in the league.
  • With 9 goals scored and 3 conceded, Australia is seventh in Women's World Cup in goal differential.
  • In its last game on August 12, Australia defeated France 0-0. France outshot Australia 20 to 14.

Australia's Impact Players

  • Hayley Raso has recorded three goals (sixth in the 2023 Women's World Cup) for Australia in Women's World Cup play (five matches).
  • In Women's World Cup (five matches), Caitlin Foord has helped spark Australia with one goal and two assists.
  • In Women's World Cup, Steph Catley has played five matches for Australia, putting up two goals (15th in the 2023 Women's World Cup) with no assists.
  • Australia's Women's World Cup campaign includes Emily van Egmond scoring one goal and adding one assist in five matches.

Australia 2023 Women's World Cup Roster

Name Age Number
Lydia Williams 35 1
Courtney Nevin 21 2
Aivi Luik 38 3
Clare Polkinghorne 34 4
Cortnee Vine 25 5
Clare Wheeler 25 6
Steph Catley 29 7
Alexandra Chidiac 24 8
Caitlin Foord 28 9
Emily van Egmond 30 10
Mary Fowler 20 11
Teagan Micah 25 12
Tameka Yallop 32 13
Alanna Kennedy 28 14
Clare Hunt 24 15
Hayley Raso 28 16
Kyah Simon 32 17
Mackenzie Arnold 29 18
Katrina Gorry 31 19
Sam Kerr 29 20
Ellie Carpenter 23 21
Charlotte Grant 21 22
Kyra Cooney-Cross 21 23
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