Paddy Power have boosted the odds on England to win the Women’s Euros 2022 outright and Ellen White to be the tournament top scorer from 22/1 to a 33/1 industry best double.

Women's Euros 2022 Winner

England to Win Euro 2022

England kick off their Euro 2022 campaign at Old Trafford on Wednesday with a visit from 2017 semi-finalists, Austria. Sarina Wiegman’s Lionesses are among the favourites (best price 9/2) to win the tournament this summer and arrive in excellent form after 12 consecutive wins, having conceded just a single goal across that period against the Netherlands, winners in 2017.

They have reached the semi-final in the last three international tournaments and hope this year is the year they can go all the way. They have a fairly easy route out of a group consisting of Austria, Norway and Northern Ireland, but face a difficult task in the quarter-finals. 

Should they top the group like many expect, they will play Group B runners up. With eight-time champions Germany (8/1), tournament favourites Spain (7/2) and 2017 finalists Denmark (40/1) allocated to Group B, the Lionesses face a more difficult road to the final than they would’ve liked.

Team Best Price Worst Price
Spain 7/2 5/2
England 9/2 4/1
France 6/1 5/1
Netherlands 13/2 5/1
Sweden 7/1 6/1
Germany 8/1 13/2
Norway 20/1 14/1
Denmark 40/1 25/1

 

Despite a closely packed top of the betting market - with six teams shorter than 10/1 – and England’s tricky looking knockout run, England are sure to get an added boost playing in front of an adoring home crowd and are set to break attendance records left right and centre this summer.

Women's Euros 2022 Top Goalscorer

Ellen White Top Goalscorer

Ellen White, England’s all-time scorer, comes into the tournament hoping to reproduce her 2019 World Cup exploits where she finished as joint top scorer with six goals as England fell to the eventual winners, USA, in the semi-final. She is 6/1 best price in the top goalscorer market.

She is currently tied on 50 goals with Harry Kane, who’s expected to become England’s record scorer for the men’s team, so just one goal at the finals puts her ahead of the Three Lions captain and three behind England’s all-time scorer Wayne Rooney (53). With home advantage and the record in sight, would you bet against it?