Japan vs Netherlands Match Prediction (29-09-2019 06:20)

Our Prediction:

Japan

Will win



They outlasted New Zealand 1-0 in the opener and easily defeated Cameroon 3-1 in the second round, while Holland barely overcame Canada 2-1 in the third round to clinch the top spot and set up a clash with Japan in the knockout stage. The Orange topped the Group E with maximum nine points out of three rounds and a 6:2 goal difference.

Japan was better, but could not take advantage of the opportunities. Against England, the team of Asako Takakura then conceded a 0-2 defeat. After all, there was a 2-1 win against Scotland, which in the end also meant the qualification for the knockout stages. Now is the time to step up and finally get into the tournament. If it does not work on Tuesday, then there will be no further opportunity to do so.

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Holland won all three games in the group stage five goals and conceding only one. Both countries have only one clean sheet in the tournament but the attacking plethora of the Dutch team gives them a slight edge over their opponents. Japan, on the other hand, finished second with four points. The last match of the Womens World Cup Round of 16 is already here, as the Netherlands are set to face off against Japan in Rennes.

Netherlands set a strong statement in the group stages by beating New Zealand, Cameroon and Canada, which creates a six-match winning streak entering this contest. Netherlands seems to be one of those teams few are talking about but has potential to continue doing serious damage. After missing out of the six World Cups, Netherlands is in the round of 16 back-to-back appearances and looks for its first ever World Cup quarterfinal. Netherlands can also be encouraged knowing all six goals have come from different players, so it shows the depth of this team as well. Netherlands has been an exciting team up to this point, as it looks to push the pace and has produced a combined 35 shot attempts through three matches.

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Her ability to act as a dynamic attacker gives her a lot of freedom and she can bail Holland out of a dangerous situation. Jill has scored one goal in the tournament after coming on against New Zealand. Jill Roode: The 23-year-old Arsenal midfielder is a super sub for her team. She comes in as a sub in every game and occupies the central midfield spot.

In terms of personnel, everything is in the green for the Japanese. The Japanese women will demand everything from their opponents, but in terms of quality, this team has noticeably reduced in recent times. We are very curious if the Japanese coach is not wrong. We do not expect great changes compared to the England game. Nevertheless, the coach is looking forward to this match. Although he sees the Dutch women as a very strong team against which it should not be difficult to find the right formation and tactics.

The Japanese women seem to be getting a bit old, because some of the ladies in the squad were already in 2011 in Germany world champion. The opponents are getting stronger and so we think that Japan will not play for the third time in a row in the World Cup final. Perhaps there is also a lack of hunger for success, because what the team from Japan at the World Cup so far delivers, probably not enough to get much further.

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Japan came to France as a defending vice-champion, but there are a lot of young girls in this team who didnt play in 2015. Forwards Yuika Sugasawa (66 caps, 19 goals) and Mana Iwabuchi (64 caps, 21 goals) both scored a goal each in Japans victory over Scotland, while winger Jun Endo (8 caps) made one assist. The captain Saki Kumagai (107 caps) is a crucial player at the back, and shes the only girl in this team who performs in Europa.