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2023 Women's World Cup Golden Glove odds: England's Mary Earps favored
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2023 Women's World Cup Golden Glove odds: England's Mary Earps favored

Updated Aug. 14, 2023 4:43 p.m. ET

With the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup in the semifinal, futures odds are on the move.

Usually, fans will expect the goalscorers to grab the limelight. However, the tournament's unsung heroes are the goalkeepers. And bettors can also get in on that action by wagering on Golden Glove futures. 

The Golden Glove is awarded to the best goalkeeper. With the competition Down Under being very tight, which athlete will walk away with the top honor?

When it comes to the betting odds, England goalkeeper Mary Earps is the favorite. Her odds have been steady at +200.


Sweden's Zećira Mušović charged up the odds list after making 11 saves during play in the knockout stage win over the United States Women's National Team.

Mušović's odds shortened to +275 from +1200.

Let's take a look at the current odds for the goalkeepers to win the coveted award.


Mary Earps, England: +200 (bet $10 to win $30 total)
Zećira Mušović, Sweden: +275 (bet $10 to win $37.50 total)
Mackenzie Arnold, Australia: +700 (bet $10 to win $80 total)
Misa Rodriguez, Spain: +2500 (bet $10 to win $260 total)

*odds as of 8/14/2023

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Earps is at +200 to win the award (bet $10 to win $30 total) after being at +225 prior to the knockout stage and +400 earlier in the tournament.

Earps, who plays for Manchester United in the Women's Super League, has three clean sheets at the WWC.  She's allowed two goals (and one on a penalty kick) and made 10 saves on 12 shots on goal (91.7 save percentage).

She set a WSL record with 14 clean sheets this past season, leading Man U to a second-place finish (its best showing in the WSL) and qualified for the UEFA Women's Champions League for the first time.

Mušović, who plays for Chelsea in the WSL, has 18 saves, third-most in the tournament, and a 90% save percentage.

She's allowed two goals in four matches with two clean sheets, and has three wins and a draw in the tournament.

Arnold, who plays for WSL side West Ham United, has a tournament-best four clean sheets. She's made 15 saves, tied for eighth most.

Arnold had allowed three goals in five matches.

Rodríguez has allowed four goals on seven shots on goal in three matches, posting two wins and a draw with two clean sheets.

Which player are you wagering on to win this year's Golden Glove? Stay tuned to FOX Sports as the World Cup excitement unfolds!


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