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How, When And Where: Everything You Need To Know About The Women’s World Cup Quarterfinals In Australia And New Zealand | The USA Print – THE USA PRINT

This Thursday, August 10, the quarterfinals of the Women’s World Cup begin from Australia and New Zealand and with them continues the excitement of this tournament that seems to be for any team at this point.

Japan, Sweden, Spain, the Netherlands, France, Australia, England and Colombia They are the best eight teams in this World Cup that no longer has favorite teams like the United States, Brazil or Germany.

Where to watch the quarterfinals?

In the United States, the Women’s World Cup is being broadcast on FOX Sports 1 (in English), FOX Deportes and Telemundo (both in Spanish).

When do the quarterfinals start?

The quarterfinals of the Women’s World Cup begin this Thursday, August 10, and will end on Saturday, August 12. The first meeting will be this Wednesday night between Spain and the Netherlands, while the duel at dawn on Friday will be between Japan and Sweden.

In the early hours of Saturday, August 12, Australia and France will open a quarterfinal that will end the morning of the same day with the match between Colombia and England.

Below is a review of the quarterfinal matches of the Women’s World Cup as well as the specific times for each match:

Spain vs. Netherlands

In what will be the women’s version of that 2010 World Cup final in South Africa, both European teams face this Wednesday at 9:00 pm (ET) at the Wellington Regional Stadium.

Spain was the first team to seal their ticket to the quarterfinals after eliminating Switzerland with a superb 5-1. Among their stars to watch are Aitana Bonmatí and Alba Redondo, who each have three goals.

The Netherlands, runners-up in the 2019 World Cup, eliminated South Africa in the round of 16 and have only one goal against the United States. Jill Roord is the scorer with four goals.

Japan vs. Sweden

The only champion team still alive in the tournament will face off against the Scandinavian team at 3:30 am (ET) on Friday, August 11. Japan has shown a solid level in the tournament adding 14 goals for and only one against. The 2011 World Cup champions feature Hinata Miyazawa, who has scored five goals in the tournament.

Sweden, winners of silver at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, achieved the heroic victory against the almighty United States in a controversial penalty shootout, reaching the quarterfinals with a record of nine goals for and just one against.

Australia vs. France

The locals want to keep the dream alive at the hands of their star Sam Kerr, who returned after an injury and will face the galas in a meeting that will be at 3:00 am (ET) on Saturday, August 12. The Oceanics agreed to the quarterfinals after eliminating champion Norway 2-0.

On the other hand is France that he left on the way to Morocco and they have the offensive power of players like Eugenie Le Sommer (who scored a double in the round of 16 match) or the goalscorer Diani Kadidiatou, who has four goals in the championship.

England vs. Colombia

The Colombians have the support of all of Latin America to get their first title in a Women’s Soccer World Cup. Colombia left Jamaica on the road in a match in which the player Cata Usme scored the only goal of the match and became the top scorer for her country with 52 goals.

Usme also has three goals in this World Cup, making her also the player from New Granada with the most goals scored in a women’s World Cup event.

The South American team will have to face England at 6:30 AM (ET) on Saturday, August 12. The current European champion team and one of the favorite teams to win the title.

With three goals in the tournament, Lauren James was the key player for the Lionesses but will not be able to play against the coffee makers after receiving a red card in the round of 16 match against Nigeria, where she stepped on Michelle Alozie.

Keep reading:
Colombia remains unbeatable and achieves historic victory against Jamaica in the FIFA Women’s World Cup
Cedella Marley, daughter of Bob Marley, is the “fairy godmother” of the Jamaican women’s soccer team
Locals in Australia and New Zealand: Colombia plays a full house in the Women’s World Cup

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