Bet Live on Sweden-Germany Women's Euro SemiPublished July 24, 2013 by OCR Editor
Sweden v. Germany kicks off 7:30pm UK time in Gothenburg.
Hosts Sweden face Germany in the UEFA Women's Euro 2013 semi-final before a sold-out Gamla Ullevi stadium in Gothenburg this evening. The final four is an all-northern European affair, with Scandinavian countries Norway and Denmark to face off in the second semi-final in Norrkoping the following day.
Swedish coach Pia Sundhage said it was "a privilege to play under pressure and we like to embrace it," after her German counterpart Silvia Neid called the hosts heavy favorites. Sundhage's team have set the pace throughout the tournament, winning their group with the loss of just two points before thrashing Iceland 4-0 in the quarters.
Germany, for their part, have struggled to make it to this point, emerging from Group B with one win, one draw and one loss (to Norway), before overcoming Italy by one goal to nil in their quarter-finals. But, as they, say today is a new day.
William Hill Sports is running the full range of pre-match betting options, with Sweden (13/10) leading Germany (21/10) in 90-minute match market (draw is 23/10). Punters can place wagers on dozens of match markets, 5-minute markets, goalscorer markets and specials.
In the hours leading up to tonight's game, Hill offers the following title odds: Sweden 6/4, Germany 13/8, Norway 7/2, Denmark 7/1.
As it has done throughout the entire tournament, this leading online sportsbook will be bringing you live betting action for the 90 minutes (plus extra time and penalties if needed) of Sweden v. Germany. So sit back, relax, watch the game and make an in-play wager when the timing and updated odds are just right.