THE Women's World Cup has reached the quarter-final stage with the matches being covered by the BBC in various formats from tomorrow (Thursday) onwards.

The revised prices for the outright market are as follows (most bookies are still offering each way terms ⅓ odds, 1,2): USA 13/8, France 9/2 (Bet365), Germany 5/1, England 15/2 (Betway), Netherlands 9/1 (Unibet - no each way), Sweden 20/1, Norway 25/1 and Italy 28/1 (Betway).

Tomorrow’s encounter features Norway and England at Le Havre (BBC1, 8pm kick-off). England are firm favourites to win this game; they are 21/20 (Hills/Skybet), a draw is 5/2 (Betfair Sportsbook) and the Norwegians are 11/4 (to give England a hell of a beating).

The clash of the titans, so much so that the teams are still first and second in the outright market despite the fact one of them has to exit at this stage is USA v France in Paris on Friday evening (BBC Four, 8pm). USA are 5/4 (Betway), a draw 23/10 (Hills) and France 12/5.

The two remaining games take place on Saturday and can be watched via the BBC Sport website. Italy meet Netherlands at Valenciennes (2pm); the prices for which are Netherlands 11/10 (Bet365), a draw 23/10 and Italy 29/10 (Unibet).

Germany do battle with Sweden at Rennes in the early-evening kick-off (5.30pm) and are strongly fancied to dispatch their Scandinavian counterparts. Germany are 17/20 (Skybet/Unibet), a draw 13/5 and Sweden 21/5 (Betvictor).

The All England Lawn Tennis Championships start at Wimbledon on Monday. At the time of writing, the tournament is still in the qualifying rounds but the top players are already seeded to the tournament proper.

The men's outright market is as follows (each way terms ½ odds 1,2): Novak Djokovic 13/8 (Betfred), Roger Federer 7/2, Rafael Nadal 6/1 (Spreadex), Stefanos Tsitsipas 18/1, Alexander Zverev 28/1 (Skybet), Felix Aliassime 33/1 (Spreadex), Milos Raonic 33/1, Marin Cilic 33/1, Nick Kyrgios 40/1, Dominic Thiem 40/1. The remainder of the field are priced at 50/1 and upwards.

The ladies' outright market is typically wide open: Ashleigh Barty is 9/2 (Betfred), Serena Williams 13/2, Naomi Osaka and Petra Kvitova both 12/1, Angelique Kerber 14/1 (Hills), Karolina Pliskova 14/1, Johanna Konta 20/1 (Boylesports), Simona Halep 20/1, Madison Keys 25/1 and Belinda Bencic 28/1. Anyone else is 33/1 and bigger.