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Japan (w) VS Scotland (w), tend to host

WWCJapan (w) VS Scotland (w), tend to host

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Posted Fri, 14 Jun 2019 09:33:45 GMT        

Match Time:6/14/2019 21:00 Friday(GMT+8)

FIFA Women---Japan (w) VS Scotland (w)

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Japan (w): Three straight draws ( Recent Form: L L D D D )

The Japanese women's national football team is currently ranked seventh in the FIFA world ranking. So far, the Japanese women took part in all seven finals, came twice in the final and could once win the title (2011). In the last World Cup lost the Japanese selection with 2: 5 in the final against the United States. Since 2016 Nadeshiko is being coached by Asako Takakura. The former international, who has enjoyed great success with Japan's U17 and U20 selections, replaced legendary Norio Sasaki in the coaching seat. Star of the team is Mana Iwabuchi, who was one of five remaining players in 2011 in the World Cup victory in the squad and in the German women's Bundesliga already played for Hoffenheim and Bayern Munich. Since the title has changed a lot in the Asian. The Asians have the second youngest squad of the 2019 World Cup. Except for Rumi Utsugi (Seattle Reign) and Saki Kumagai (Olympique Lyon) all women play in the domestic league. As the first nation, the Japanese could reach the finals of the Women's World Cup three times in a row. Japan is one of only a few Asian teams to keep up with the physically stronger teams from Europe and North America. The Japanese women always show a great teamwork, a lot of effort, a good organization, an intelligent positional play and a strong technique. By defending her title at the 2018 Women's AFC Asian Cup, Nadeshiko secured her participation in the 2019 World Cup. In the 2019 SheBelieves Cup, Japan came in third after beating the USA, beating Brazil and defeating England. The start of the finals in 2019 did not go as desired for the team of coach Asako Takakura. Against Argentina, the number 37 in the world, Nippon had more game shares, but made against the defensive of the South American women but very hard and could not use the few opportunities. The Argentinians, who confined themselves exclusively to defending, fired in the 73rd minute for the first time on the Japanese goal.


Scotland (w): So busy in 2019 ( Recent Form: W D W W L )

The Scottish women's national football team is currently in 20th place in the FIFA World Ranking. In a group with Switzerland, Poland, Albania and Belarus, Scotland secured their first ever ticket to a finals with seven wins and one defeat. The three scored four threes after a backlog and won five games with only one goal advantage. Until the last match day, the women and women from Switzerland, who were still looked after by today's national coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg, were almost equal. Scotland won the last game 2-1 in Albania, while Switzerland did not go beyond a goalless draw in Poland. Thus, the ticket went to the British. The coach Shelley Kerr, who looks after the selection since 2017, even led the national team of their country as captain in the field. Most of the 23 ladies in the squad earn their money on the island. Add to that the legionaries Rachel Corsie (Utah Royals), Shannon Lynn (Vittsjö GIK) and Lana Clelland (ACF Fiorentina). Star of the team is Kim Little of Arsenal. But Erin Cuthbert of Chelsea caused a stir in recent months and years. As early as 2017, the Scottish women made it to EM. There, however, the tournament was over after the preliminary round in a group with England, Spain and Portugal with the third place for the team. Before the World Cup, the Scots remained unbeaten for five internationals in a row and won four games, including against Brazil, Iceland or Denmark. At the 2019 Algarve Cup, coach Kerr's team ended up with two wins and one defeat on a good fifth place out of twelve nations. The selection of Scotland has set itself in a difficult group and the knockout stages. For the start of the World Cup was equal to the duel against the arch rivals England. The Scottish women began courageously, but had to accept an early deficit after a penalty. With the lead in the back England took over the game control and met before the break to 2: 0. In the second round, the "Three Lionesses" became more passive, penalizing Scotland just ten minutes before the end of the match. But more was not possible for the Scottish women. So England secured a deserved victory at the start.



After all, the fans of Japanese Women need not worry. Because Japanese women have a habit of bullying their weaker opponents. In particular, Japanese Women are also very charming when facing European teams.


Japan (w) VS Scotland (w)

Pick: Japan (w) -0.5 

Japan (w) VS Scotland (w), tend to host

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