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Japan vs England FIFA Women 2nd Semi Final Predictions and Previews Who will win
The Federation International Football Association abbreviated as FIFA world cup is a Football championship which is participated by the senior women’s national teams who are the members of association of the sports. The women championship is played every four years since 1991 tournament which was held in China. USA became the first team who won the championship after defeating Norway in the finals back in the year of 1991. The current system of the team occupies 24 teams who try to win against each other in the competition. After struggling for a period of three weeks, they enter the qualification phase of the tournament which finally decides which team would take the cup home.
The most recent world cup is presently in progress in Canada nowadays. Being one of the most awaited tournaments, it is popularly in demand these days all over the world. It has reached its pre qualification phase of semi finals. In disparity to the semi final between the top two leading teams of all times, the second semi final was played between the 2011 championship winners Japan against team England who have emerged as the newcomers of this tournament.
Both the teams have different styles of performing in the field, as football manner offers a flamboyant approach to the skills of the players. The local fans were excited for the match and they were enthusiastic to commemorate Canada Day by watching the Canucks battling hard only when they found England who played no other part than role of spoilers with their quarter-final win over the hosts. Although team Japan lost key forward Kozue Ando who got damaged early in the tournament, yet no team was affected by deferment.
Although England prevailed over a sluggish start in the play-offs with in a depressing 1-0 loss to France but later traced four consecutive 2-1 wins. These matches included an astonishing victory over Norway and a win in opposition to the hosts in the presence of an enthusiastic mob of crowd of Vancouver.
Japan’s results have also remained parallel to England claiming five straight one-goal victories. Those matches were based on the themes of early goals for the controlling champions and restful and secure second-half performances. A win for Japan in Edmonton signified reaching three succeeding international finale, one of them being the 2012 London Olympics.
Mana Iwabuchi of Japan is an indication of becoming a next superstar who has experienced subsequent success in her youth. She has basically been a noteworthy figure over recent years. However, Iwabuchi radiates a striking confidence on the pitch and even when she addresses media post-match. We can discover this fact clearly after her win against Australia and her activist approach established an enormous test for England, especially in the latter stages.
Team England has been looking for a dependable goal scorer and they found the answer in the form of player Jodie Taylor. Her profession has been like a slow-burn in the national team but her inspiring success rates at club level have now apparently been transmitted to the international level. Her astonishing and striking goal against the match with team Canada was a substantiation of a striker for her performance in the game.
However, England remained victorious in their three preceding matches against Japan, with one victory and two draws. The only team to overpower Japan at Germany 2011 was England with 2-0 win in the match. They have again created a mind blowing history and the third team to qualify against the semi final. They are now qualified for the finals and the whole country and their fans are proud of the team spirit.
Match of – Japan vs England
Type – FIFA Woman’s World Cup Canada 2015
Date – 01 July, 2015
Time – 7:00 pm (Canada) | 17:00 GMT | 12:00 PKT
Venu – Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton
Japan vs England women Head 2 Head preview:
England vs Japan have played two matches out of which one match is won by team England second match was draw while team Japan could not get any win against England yet by women.
Japan vs England semi final prediction who will win:
England will win
Prediction of the match is apparently going to the favour of England as England had only played 2 matches against the Soccer Women of Japan and now the history can repeat itself as in the second semi final of England. Japan now wants to win the match against England and there will be a tough competition for both teams as both teams played harder matches in quarter and group matches, so both teams have equal chances but England is favor for victory.
Where to watch Live Japan vs England 2nd Semi final FIFA Women’s world cup CANADA 2015
There are a lot of TV channels in the world which are facilitating their fans with all the news of football like the news of points table, team squads, leading goal scorer and etc. Thus all the live and highlights telecasting of the match Semi Final will be available for you on the mentioned TV channels.
Japan Vs England team line-up
Japan team line-up – Fukumoto, Kinga, Iwashimizu, Kumagai, Sameshima, Sakaguchi, Ando, Miyama, Kawasumi, Sawa, Ohno, Kamionobe, Utsugi, A. Tanaka, Sugasawa, Iwabuchi, Ogimi, Kaihori, Ariyoshi, Kawamura, Yamane, Nagasato, Kitahara
England team line-up – White, Kirby, Telford, Sanderson, Taylor, Duggan, Potter, Chapman, Stoney, Greenwood, Champerlain, Bronze, Moore, Carney, Aluko, J. Scott, Nobbs, Bassett, Houghton, Williams, Rafferty, A. Scott, Bardsley.
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