The bookmakers offering the best 2019 Netball World Cup betting odds

After England’s incredible gold medal at 2018’s Commonwealth Games, the sport of netball has never been as popular in the United Kingdom as it is right now.

Thinking back to school, netball was always one of the most popular sports, but at the top level, there’s always been so little fanfare and next to no TV coverage. However, with the continued successful pioneering endeavours of women within sport as a whole, netball and women’s sport in general is becoming so much more mainstream.

England’s Commonwealth Gold was of course an astonishing and watershed moment, but netball in the UK has been on the up for many a year. In 2005 the national Netball Superleague was launched and eleven years later Sky Sports bought the package to broadcast is live on their TV channels, while attendances have grown annually.

With the sport enjoying such a flourishing time, this year’s INF Netball World Cup is the most highly anticipated tournament yet. Especially as its being held in Liverpool, England.

If you’re looking for an England ticket, you’re going to have to go to a reseller because every England game and potential England game sold out months in advance in an arena with a capacity of 11,000. Luckily for you, though, every game will be broadcast on Sky Sports while BBC have every game after the initial group stage.

In terms of the INF Netball World Cup favourites, it’s eleven times champion Australia who lead their pack despite being beaten in the recent Quad Series and at the Commonwealth Games by England. England are second favourites after their strong recent form under the tutelage of Tracey Neville (Phil Neville’s twin sister), however, history is massively against The Red Roses who have never made a Netball World Cup final, never mind won one.

Third favourites it’s Jamaica who have also never made a final in their history, then it’s four-time champion New Zealand, 1995 finalists South Africa, and then the ever-improving Malawi.

Uganda, Scotland, Barbados, Fiji, Northern Ireland, Samoa, Singapore, Sri Lanka, 1979 winners Trinidad, and Zimbabwe make up the numbers, though they’re unlikely to make much of an impact on the tournament.

So where can you find all the bookmakers offering 2019 Netball World Cup betting odds and more?

Right in that table below!


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