Bet Live: Women's Euro 2013 Quarter-FinalsPublished July 22, 2013 by OCR Editor
Norway v. Spain followed by France v. Denmark, from 5pm UK time today.
With Sweden and Germany already safely through to one semi-final of the UEFA Women's Euro 2013 tournament, they will be joined in the final four by the winners of today's remaining quarter-finals: Norway v. Spain in Kalmar, and France v. Denmark in Linkoping.
Norwegian coach Even Pellerud is expected to use the same lineup he used in the first two games of the tournament, despite bringing in six reserves for the 1-0 win over Germany at the end of the group stage. Spain, so used to dominating at every level of the men's game, go into the match in the unusual position of being underdogs.
Danish coach Kenneth Heiner-Moller was under no illusions about the task facing his team against France, admitting to the press that Bruno Bini's Frenchwomen are "one of the best teams in Europe, if not the best." Denmark were the last team to advance from the group stage, but the quarter-finals are a clean slate.
William Hill Sports is offering the following odds on Women's Euro title winner heading into today's games: France 6/4, Germany, Sweden 15/8, Norway 20/1, Spain 25/1, Denmark 33/1.
Hill has enabled the full range of pre-match betting options on Norway v. Spain and France v. Denmark, including: match result, correct score, match handicaps, double chance (pick one team and the draw), half betting, 5 minute markets and more.
As it has done throughout the European women's football championships, this leading online sportsbook will be bringing you all the remaining matches through live betting. Customers can place an in-play bet throughout the 90 minutes of tonight's matches (plus extra-time and penalties if they occur).