World Cup Basketball Betting Strategy
The chances for the FIBA Women’s World Cup Basketball 2022 have been announced, therefore it’s time to examine the odds, investigate the competitors, and make our predictions. The FIBA Women’s World Cup Basketball will be held in Sydney, Australia, this year, beginning on September 22nd and concluding on October 1st.
If you’re acquainted with women’s basketball, you won’t be shocked to learn that the United States (-750) is expected to win the title again. Can the three-time defending champions, though, live up to the expectations at World Cup Basketball?
Let’s take a deeper look at a few clubs who I believe will make some noise in the next two weeks.
Australia (+310) to win Group B
The United States is the obvious option to win the FIBA Women’s World Cup again, but this wager focuses on group play. Playing in a separate group than the Americans, the Aussies will have home-court advantage, which I expect them to exploit.
Australia is one of just three current nations to have won the Women’s World Cup Basketball betting since the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Since winning the trophy in 2006, “The Opals” have been a consistent force in each subsequent edition. Australia will surely be in contention when the World Cup finals take place this year, having gone to the quarterfinals in six of the last seven editions.
Australia will surely be in contention when the World Cup Basketball finals take place this year, having gone to the quarterfinals in six of the last seven editions.
The Australians will surely be a force to be reckoned with at home, with veteran Lauren Jackson, 41, still playing well and young prospects like as Ezi Magbegor and Anneli Maley beginning to shine.
Canada (+600) to win Group B
Canada’s World Cup Basketball record isn’t the finest, but it would be unfair to imply otherwise. The Canadians have yet to reach the final, and their best successes have been bronze medals in 1979 and 1986.
However, Victor Lapena’s squad is presently rated fourth in the FIBA Women’s World Rankings, indicating that they have one of the strongest teams in the last 30 years at the World Cup Basketball. The Canadians won the AmeriCup back-to-back in 2015 and 2017, before finishing second in 2019 and fourth in 2021. As a consequence, they understand what it takes to excel in major events.
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