Sweden vs. Australia Prediction, Odds, Betting Lines - August 19

Sweden vs. Australia Prediction, Odds, Betting Lines - August 19

Updated Aug. 18, 2023 9:02 p.m. ET

The 2023 Women's World Cup game to decide third place is set for 4:00 AM ET on August 19, with Sweden squaring off against Australia at Suncorp Stadium. Sweden was taken down by Spain in its semifinal game, while Australia lost to England.

Sweden, with +142 odds, is favored to grab third place in the World Cup over Australia (+176). The game's over/under is set at 2.5 goals.

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Sweden vs. Australia Match Info

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  • Match Day: Saturday, August 19, 2023
  • Match Time: 4:00 AM ET
  • Venue: Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia
  • TV Channel: FOX US

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Sweden vs. Australia Odds

Favorite Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds
Sweden +142 +176 2.5 -125 -105

Sweden vs. Australia Prediction

We are predicting Sweden to win, with a 41.3% chance of winning this match, based on the moneyline.

Sweden Betting Insights

  • Thus far this tournament, Sweden has been favored in three matches, and won each time.
  • Sweden has scored 12 goals in six matches in this tournament (fourth in Women's World Cup), and Australia has allowed six goals in six matches (22nd in tournament).
  • Sweden's goal difference (+8) is fifth in Women's World Cup.
  • Sweden picked up a loss on August 15 against Spain with a final score of 2-1. Sweden took seven fewer shots in the contest, five (compared to Spain's 12).

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Sweden's Impact Players

  • In six Women's World Cup games for Sweden, Amanda Ilestedt has scored four goals (second in the 2023 Women's World Cup).
  • In six Women's World Cup games, Rebecka Blomqvist has tallied three goals.
  • In Women's World Cup matches, Sofia Jakobsson has two assists (but zero goals).
  • In Women's World Cup action, Jonna Andersson has two assists (but no goals).

Sweden 2023 Women's World Cup Roster

Name Age Number
Zecira Musovic 27 1
Jonna Andersson 30 2
Linda Sembrant 36 3
Stina Lennartsson 26 4
Anna Sandberg 20 5
Magdalena Eriksson 29 6
Madelen Janogy 27 7
Lina Hurtig 27 8
Kosovare Asllani 34 9
Sofia Jakobsson 33 10
Stina Blackstenius 27 11
Jennifer Falk 30 12
Amanda Ilestedt 30 13
Nathalie Bjorn 26 14
Rebecka Blomqvist 26 15
Filippa Angeldal 26 16
Caroline Seger 38 17
Fridolina Rolfo 29 18
Johanna Kaneryd 26 19
Hanna Bennison 20 20
Tove Enblom 28 21
Olivia Schough 32 22
Elin Rubensson 30 23

Australia Betting Insights

  • Australia has not won in two matches as an underdog this tournament.
  • Australia is seventh in Women's World Cup in goals scored (10 overall, 1.7 per game), and Sweden is 13th in goals conceded (four overall, 0.7 per game).
  • Australia's goal difference (+4) is eighth in Women's World Cup.
  • Australia suffered a 3-1 defeat to England in its most recent outing on August 16, getting outshot 14 to 11.

Australia's Impact Players

  • In six Women's World Cup matches for Australia, Hayley Raso has scored three goals with zero assists.
  • Australia's Women's World Cup cycle features Caitlin Foord netting one goal and delivering two assists.
  • In Women's World Cup cycle, Emily van Egmond played six matches and registered one goal and one assist for Australia.
  • Mary Fowler has helped Australia's cause with one goal and one assist in Women's World Cup (six 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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