Colombia vs Jamaica – Preview, Prediction, and Betting Tips | 08.08.2023

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Colombia vs Jamaica – Women’s World Cup | Date: Tuesday, 8th August 2023 | Kick-off: 08:00 GMT [09:00 WAT] | Venue: Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
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Colombia vs Jamaica – Prediction

Bookmaker Ratings prediction one: Colombia to Win – ‘2.13’

Colombia to Win:

Colombia enters this match as the favorite, having toped their group and showcased solid performances in the group stage. With their attacking flair and organized defense, they are likely to secure a victory over Jamaica and advance to the quarterfinals.

Bookmaker Ratings prediction two: Total Goals Over 2.5 – ‘2.62’

Total Goals over 2.5:

Both Colombia and Jamaica possess attacking talent, and this match promises to be an exciting encounter with more than two goals.

Colombia vs Jamaica – Preview:


Colombia’s dynamic midfield and lethal front line make them a formidable force. They will look to dominate possession and create scoring opportunities, relying on their experienced defenders to keep Jamaica at bay.


Jamaica’s counter-attacking style and pacey wingers will be their main weapons against Colombia. They will aim to exploit spaces left by Colombia’s attacking play and capitalize on set-pieces to pose a threat.

Colombia vs Jamaica – Predicted Lineups:

Colombia: Sepulveda, Caro, Arias, Bonilla, Cuesta, Gaitan, Ospina, Andrade, Rincon, Usme, Caicedo

Jamaica: Schneider, Blackwood, Plummer, Swaby, A. Bond-Flasza, Swaby, McClure, Sweatman, Shim, Brown, Shaw

FAQ for Colombia vs Jamaica:

Where will this fixture be played?

Tuesday’s game will be played at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium.

What time is the kick-off?

Kick-off: 08:00 GMT [09:00 WAT] | 08.08.2023

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Women World Cup
08:00/8 aug
Colombia - Jamaica
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