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Jamaica (w) VS Australia (w), guest to win

WWCJamaica (w) VS Australia (w), guest to win

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Posted Tue, 18 Jun 2019 08:57:02 GMT        

Match Time:6/19/2019 03:00 Wednesday(GMT+8)

FIFA Women---Jamaica (w) VS Australia (w)

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Jamaica: Is on the verge of elimination ( Recent Form: D W L L L )

For Jamaica, their World Cup adventure is likely to end on Tuesday evening. After defeats against Brazil (3-0) and Italy (5-0), only a mega-victory with double digits can save The Reggae Girlz from early elimination, but of course that will never happen. However, Jamaica can look back on a successful tournament. Until recently, Jamaican women's football was completely on its way, but thanks to the support of Cedella Marley, a daughter of the late Bob Marley, the Caribbean island qualified for the first time for the World Cup. To be honest, most players can't do much about it. The exception, however, is Khadija Shaw, who played in the spotlight during the World Cup qualifying and thereby forced a transfer to Bordeaux in the French Division 1 Feminine, one of the best women's competitions in the world. Jamaica naturally hopes to be able to make this World Cup a goal, and that hope is primarily based on Shaw.


Australia: With one leg in the eighth finals ( Recent Form: W L L L W )

Australia was surprised by Italy in its opening game with a 1-2 defeat, but the country managed to recover pretty well by triumphing 3-2 against Brazil in its second game. The Matildas showed character by fighting back from a 0-2 deficit. "We lost our first game and could have just lost our second game," said Emily Gielnik, the maker of the first Australian goal against Brazil. 'However, we have fought back pretty well. However, we are now on a roll, so now it is important to hold on to this good feeling for as long as possible. ' Thanks to the victory, Australia can hardly miss a place in the eighth finals. A draw is in principle sufficient, although the Australian ladies have already indicated that they will also go for the win in their last group match. That is indeed wise, because with a second place in group C you can compete in the eighth finals against the number two in group A (Norway?), And you currently avoid the group winners. With a lot of luck, Australia can even become a group winner. Then Brazil would have to beat Italy, and Australia would have to beat Jamaica by six or seven goals. That scenario is not very realistic, although Australia does have one of the best strikers in the world with Samantha Kerr.



After all, a shaky defense paired with a harmless storm is a little promising combination. Australia, in turn, can beat experienced players like Lisa De Vanna or Elise Kellond-Knight, who have each played more than 100 internationals. Furthermore, they have with Samantha Kerr an extremely dangerous actor in their ranks. The fact that the morale in the troupe is right, the Matildas have shown in the recent duel with Brazil, when they turned a gap of two goals to the break tea in a 3-2 triumph. For the match between Jamaica and Australia, therefore, the tip is that the 2010 Asian champion will achieve a victory with at least four goals difference.


Jamaica (w) VS Australia (w)

Pick: Australia (w) -3.5

Jamaica (w) VS Australia (w), guest to win

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