England and Spain are joint 10/11 favourites for Women's World Cup glory ahead of Sunday's final in Sydney.
Spain are 10/11 to win the World Cup in Australia & New Zealand after booking their place in the final with a dramatic victory over Sweden.
La Roja secured their place in the last four thanks to a 111th minute winner from teenager Salma Paralluelo, to set up a tie with Sweden in the semi-final, with late goals coming either side of a Swedish equaliser in the 88th minute.
It had been a tumultuous year for Spain Women with 15 members of the squad claiming they would resign last September if head coach Jorge Vilda were to stay on in the position.
Despite the apparent unrest Vilda has remained, three of those players have been called up to the final World Cup squad and they are now just one match away from a famous triumph.
England are fresh from winning their first major silverware last year at the European Championship under the stewardship of Sarina Wiegman, who oversaw a 30-match unbeaten run before defeat to Australia in April.
The Lionesses are now potentially just 90 minutes away from following up their Euros success with the country's maiden World Cup crown, having booked a place in the final following a 3-1 semi-final victory over co-hosts Australia.
Ella Toone, Lauren Hemp and Alessio Russo were on the scoresheet as England delivered a superb performance to dump the Matildas out of the competition in the final four, with Wiegman's side likely to head into Sunday's final full of confidence.