England are set to face Colombia in the Women’s World Cup quarter-finals on Saturday morning in Sydney. England, the European champions, are the strong favorites to win the match and secure a spot in the semi-finals. They have been given odds of 1/2 for victory by talkSPORT BET. On the other hand, Colombia, who have exceeded expectations by reaching the quarter-finals for the first time, are considered heavy underdogs with odds of 13/2 for victory. A draw has odds of 13/5.
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In their last 16 clash against Nigeria, England struggled and eventually won on penalties. They will need to improve their performance if they want to reach their third consecutive World Cup semi-final. However, their 6-1 victory over China in the group stage showed their potential. On the other hand, Colombia shocked the world by finishing top of their group, which included two-time World Cup winners Germany. They secured their place in the quarter-finals by defeating Nigeria 1-0.
England and Colombia have met before in the 2015 World Cup, with England emerging as 2-1 winners. In terms of betting tips, talkSPORT BET is offering odds of 11/1 for England to win on penalties again, and odds of 17/2 for a 2-1 England victory in 90 minutes.
The match will take place at Stadium Australia in Sydney and will be broadcasted on ITV1, ITVX, STV, and STV Player.
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