The Women’s World Cup kicks off when France take on South Korea on Friday, live on talkSPORT.
The US, winners of the 2015 version, are heavily fancied to retain their crown with Alex Morgan and co leading the charge.
And according to Betfair, Morgan is the favourite to win the Golden Boot at 11/2, followed by Australia’s Sam Kerr and France’s Eugenie Le Sommer at 7/1.
England duo Nikita Parris and Jodie Taylor are the nation’s most fancied players to finish as top scorer at 16/1.
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The Women's World Cup Golden Boot odds
- Alex Morgan (US) – 11/2
- Sam Kerr (Australia), Eugenie Le Sommer (France) – 7/1
- Vivianne Miedema (Netherlands) – 15/2
- Alexandra Popp (Germany) – 11/1
- Valerie Gauvin (France) – 12/1
- Megan Rapinoe (US) – 14/1
- Tobin Heath (US), Nikita Parris (England), Jodie Taylor (England), Jennifer Hermoso (Spain) – 16/1
- Mallory Pugh (US) – 17/1
- Kadidiatou Diani (France), Beth Mead (England) – 18/1
The Lionesses will be hoping to improve on their 2015 World Cup third-placed finish.
Laura Bassett’s injury-time own goal against Japan ended England’s hopes of reaching the final in Canada.
Now, Phil Neville’s England will fancy their chances as they open their campaign against Scotland on Sunday, in another game which is LIVE on talkSPORT.
The former Manchester United defender believes his side are the best prepared-team heading into the tournament.
He said: “We’re going into a major tournament as the best-prepared team and I want us to smile and enjoy it.
“I want the players to relax. I’m relaxed. I’m going to a World Cup and I want my team to have the same enjoyment and excitement as me.”