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THE MATCH PREDICTION Australia - Italy 09.06 13:00

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The World Football Championship for women is about to begin. On June 9th, Sunday, national teams of Australia and Italy will face each other on the French field to start fighting for the World Championship title. Use the chance to place the right bet and win good real money together with Let’s try to predict the match result together!


The national team of Australia is the stronger side of the upcoming match. Their group stage isn’t going to be easy, but Australian ladies will have a good chance to warm up in their first game. Their shape is currently good enough. Last 5 games show certain positive balance.

Australia won 3 games: versus Argentina, South Korea and New Zealand. Matches against the USA and Netherlands brought them defeats.


Bookmakers think Italy has much higher chances to lose the upcoming match, even despite their statistics looks better than that of Australia. Within last 5 games, they won 3 of them (against Switzerland, Ireland, and Thailand). Italy lost to North Korea and had a tie with Poland.

All in all, Italy team’s opponents are significantly lower in class if to compare with Australia.


Bet on Australia (1.57).

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Last meetings:


Italy 2 : 5 Australia

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Here you will find the FOOTBALL prediction for the match of Australia & Italy of the World Cup, Women, International. The prediction is prepared by our analytical team and is based on the latest news of the World Cup, Women, Australia and Italy stats and lineups, insider news and our team’s expert analysis. We publish our free betting tips and FOOTBALL predictions to help you win more. You can use the information from this Australia - Italy match preview for your own purposes. The odds are valid at the moment of publication.