The Olympic Games have delivered nothing but high-octane entertainment value to make up for the year delay. We are only five days into the first week and the Olympics have already delivery tradegy and eurphoria on many levels.

From Simeone Biles dropping out of the Gymnastic finals to Tom Daley winning his first Olympic Gold medal in the diving in his fourth attempt.

From double Olympic Gold Medalist Jade Jones getting knocked out in the Taekwondo in round one, to Anna Kiesenhofer's 1000/1 win in the Cycling Road Race. This has been an Olympics full of twists and turns... and expect that to continue.

2021 Olympics Odds

The Olympics is one of the biggest events in the sporting world, and no doubt you will want to have a bet on one of the many events taking place in Tokyo over the next few weeks.

On Easyodds, we will compare odds from leading bookmakers on some of the main sports events in the games.

You can find odds for the following:

You can also bet on the interesting battle that is the Medal table with the USA favourites to top the table yet again, with China, Japan and Team GB behind, according to bookmakers.

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Women's Olympic Football Betting Odds

 

 

One of the biggest events from a wagering perspective in the Olympics will be Women's Olympic football. Women's football has come a long way in the past decade, with household names from football gracing the pitches in Japan.

The likes of Alex Morgan, Meghan Rapinoe, Lucy Bronze, Samantha Kerr and Ellen White will be representing their respected nations as each Olympic team battles it out for the gold medal.

The USA's current World Cup winners are the favourites, with the bookmakers at best odds of 5/4 to pick up the Gold Medal and expecting a deep run into the tournament. The Netherlands are second-favourites for victory at 9/2 while you can back team GB at 5/1.

The Women's Football group stage starts with all twelve competing nations split into 3 groups of four. Each team will play each other once. The teams will always earn 3 points for a victory, 1 point for a draw, and 0 points for a loss.

The match days for the first phase are 21 July, 24 July and 27 July.

The two teams that perform the best in each group will automatically qualify for the quarter-finals and the three third place teams from each group will be put into a mini league in or to find the best two bet third-place teams. If there is a draw between the teams, goal difference, goal scored, goals conceded will be factored in to find team that has performed ahead of others.

Only one team can pick up the gold however.

The teams competing in the Women's Football are:

  • Canada
  • Chile
  • Great Britain
  • Japan
  • Brazil
  • China
  • Netherlands
  • Zambia
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Sweden
  • USA

You can use one of the many football free bets on offer to bet on Women's football.

Check out the latest Women's Football Olympic betting odds on Easyodds.com

Olympics Men's Football Betting Odds

 

 

Unlike Women's football, Men's Olympics football is slightly different. While the top female footballers can participate in the Olympics, only the under-23s group can compete for the men's teams representing their nation. In addition to this, each team can call up three players who are over the age of 23-years-old.

You will recognise a number of the players from the Euros with Spain calling up their young stars from last month's competition, Pedri and Dani Olmo. In contrast, Brazilian veteran and Champions League-winning defender Dani Alves returns to the international scene at the ripe old age of 38-years-old.

The bookies make Spain the favourite to pick up the gold medal at Olympics odds of 3/1 to win while Brazil is second-favourites at 3/1 and France's best odds of 6/1 to add to their World Cup win in 2018..

Brazil won the Gold medal in their home Olympics in Rio and will be keen to pick up back-to-back wins in Men's soccer.

The different countries will be split into four different groups with the winner and runner up making the knockout phase. There is will be no best third-place in each group.

The Men's teams taking part in Japan this month include:

  • Mexico
  • France
  • Japan
  • South Africa
  • New Zeland
  • South Korea
  • Honduras
  • Romania
  • Egypt
  • Spain
  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Ivory Coast
  • Brazil
  • Germany

Don't forget that you can use the latest football free bets to bet on all matches and outright markets.

Olympic Tennis Betting Odds - Men's Tournament

 

In the men's tennis competition, 2016 Winner Andy Murray will not be looking to make history win a third consecutive final and Gold Medal for Great Britain. Murray won the gold in 2016 by beating Juan Del Potro of Spain but had withdrawn with a thigh strain to concentrate on the doubles. However, Andy Murray and his partner Joe Salisbury were knocked out of the men's doubles by Crotian pair Marin Cilic and Ivan Dodig.

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The two time Wimbledon champion has since had hip surgery twice and is ranked 104th in the world going into the event. This has many concerned that Murray will be unable to reach a final again.

The Scot was found at best-priced odds of 66/1 going into the event and was a real outside bet in the markets to pick up a third gold medal. Andy Murray will not accept that he has lost a year or two due injury, but a third singles title is off the cards.

2021 Wimbledon Champion Novak Djokovic will be hoping to give his country of Serbia a gold medal as he looks to pick up one of the few titles that escape him in the tennis tour. The Serb is odds on for Olympic victory with odds of 8/13 going into the event. Djokovic will not accept anything but a victory will not want to lose.

Djokovic has yet to drop a set on the way to the quarter-finals as the Serbian looks for a an Olympic Grand Slam year.

Elsewhere, Daniil Medvedev will be representing the Russian Olympic Committee rather than Russia due to doping.

World number 2 is behind Djokovic in the betting at best odds of 7/2 to pick up gold. Behind Medvedev, Zverev is 8/1 to win, and Nishikori is 25/1.

If any of these tennis players take your fancy, then you can use one of the many free bets available on Easyodds to place a bet.

Olympic Tennis Betting Odds - Women's Tournament

 

 

As always, the women's tennis outright markets are wide open, and with Serena William absent from the event, the USA will be miss out on a big medal chance in Women's tennis.

The shocks have been pilling up in the Women's Singles Tennis tournament with pre-games favourites Naomi Osaka and Ash Barty knocked out in the early stages of the competition.

Wimbledon Champion Ash Barty was leading the betting at odds of 7/2 to win, but a straight sets first round defeat to Spain's Sorribes Tormo ended the Australian's hopes of a single Olympic gold medal. 

Naomi Osaka was run ragged by Czech Republic's Marketa Vondroušová to lose in straight sets 6-1, 6-4. Osaka was one of Japan's poster childern for the event, but the world number 1 was humbled in her third round tie.

The bookies were expecting a final played between Barty and Osaka pre-tournament but due to the two tennis stars' dismissals, Kazakstan's Elena Rybakina heads the betting after removing former Wimbledon Champion Garbiñe Muguruza of Spain from the competition at the quarter-final stage.

Don't forget that you can use one of the many free bets and bookmaker bonuses on Easyodds to bet on this and any of the Olympics markets.

Olympics Sports Betting

Betting on the Olympics has never been easier, thanks to Easyodds' odds comparison grid. You can place bets with many many sportsbook operators that can accept bets from multiple territories such as Pinnacle, Betfair and Betvictor.

To place a bet, head to one of the many Olympics betting markets available, click on the odds for the bookie you wish to place a bet to add the selection to your Easyodds bet slip.

Make sure you take advantage of the many free bets and sign up offers for bookmakers you don't have an account for.

Where can I watch the Olympics On TV?

Over the next two weeks thousands of Athletes from all over the globe will head to Japan to take part in the Olympics. If you live in the UK, you can watch all the action on the BBC.

Football matches, including group stage matches, can be found on Discovery+.

Who will top the Medal table?

The USA are favourites to top the medal table. The USA always tops the table at the end of each year and have accumulated over 1500 more podium finishes than their closest rival. Expect the USA to again reach the highs of the top 3 finishes yet again.

Here is how the Olympic medal's table looks right now:

  1. China 11 Golds)
  2. Japan (11 Golds)
  3. USA (10 Golds)
  4. ROC (7 Golds)
  5. Australia (6 Golds)
  6. Great Britain & Northern Ireland (5 Golds)
  7. South Korea (3 Golds)
  8. France (3 Golds)
  9. Netherlands (2 Golds)
  10. Canada (2 Golds)

How many countries will take part in 2021?

There are 206 states that will compete in 2021 with North Korea being the only nation not to take part in 2021.

What are the new Olympics sports for 2021?

These are the five new sports added to the Olympics in 2021:

  • Baseball
  • Karate
  • Skateboarding
  • Sport Climbing
  • Surfing

Who has the most Olympic Games Gold Wins?

Since the first event in 1896, no other country as won more gold than the USA. The USA finished first in 1022 events over the years. The Soviet Union is the closest rival to USA in terms of victories but with the USSR now no longer existing, the USA dominance will reign for looks like another century.

When Does Track and Field Start?

The Track and Field sports will start in the second week. The competition will see some of the star athletes take centre stage in the National Stadium.

Which Athletes Should I Look Out For?

Across 33 different sports, highlighting which athletes to look out for is a difficult job, but we reckon you should keep an eye out on Novak Djokovic, Naomi Osaka, Dina Asher-Smith, Trayvon Bromell, Wendie Renard in the France Women's football team and USA gymnast Simone Biles.