England is set to take on Spain in the FIFA Women's World Cup final on Sunday (August 20) with both countries aiming to win the competition for the first time.

Spain had only won one previous match in any World Cup tournament before the 2023 edition, and could be the first team in history to reach the final having lost a game by four or more goals, after losing by that scoreline in their final group game to Japan.

Meanwhile, England will be looking to add another trophy to their cabinet after emerging victorious in the European Championships last year.

Regardless of the result, Europe is guaranteed to end its 16-year World Cup drought, with Germany most recently winning in 2007.

Here's what the odds are in popular markets ahead of the final.

England vs Spain Women's World Cup final odds

According to Oddschecker the overall odds for the final has Spain winning at 7/4, England winning at 27/14 and a draw at 21/10.

The odds vary slightly between betting companies, as shown below:

  • bet365 - Spain at 7/4, England at 9/5, draw at 2/1
  • William Hill - Spain at 6/4, England at 17/10, draw at 2/1
  • Paddy Power - Spain at 17/10, England at 9/5, draw at 19/10
  • Sky Bet - Spain at 8/5, England at 7/4, draw at 2/1
  • Betfair - Spain at 17/10, England at 9/5, draw at 19/10

Additionally, the odds for the method of victory are as follows:

  • Either team on penalties - 4/1
  • Either team in extra time - 5/1
  • Spain on penalties - 17/2
  • England on penalties - 17/2
  • Spain in extra time - 10/1
  • England in extra time - 11/1

Odds for first goalscorer have Spain's Esther Gonzalez at 13/2 with the game having no goalscorer also returning those odds.

Meanwhile, Jennifer Hermoso is at 8/1, Salma Paralluelo is at 9/1, Lauren Hemp is at 10/1 and Chloe Kelly is at 12/1.

England vs Spain will be shown on BBC One and ITV1 on Sunday, August 20 with kick-off being at 11 am.