FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019: Jamaica Vs Australia

Women’s World Cup 2019 Prediction Jamacia vs Australia Team Squad FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019: Jamaica Vs Australia

The group stage match of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup will be playing between Jamaica Vs Australia on Tuesday, June 18th. Brazil, Italy, Australia, and Jamaica are in the C group stage, fighting for the knockout stage (Round of 16) 2019 world cup in France. There will be 552 players and 24 coaches representing 24 countries at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France. Australia current FIFA World Cup ranking is the 6th place & 3 times reached in the Quarter-finals (2007, 2011, 2015) in women’s Soccer World Cup. This time the team has lost 1 match against Italy so today match is much more important for the team. where Jamaica is 53rd position in the FIFA ranking and has been lost first two matches against Brazil & Italy in the group stage. We are sharing the squad list and Prediction of Jamaica Vs Australia soccer match.

Australia forward Lisa De Vanna is the star player in the squad, Who has played more than 149 appearances with 47 goals for her nation. She is regularly considered one of the greatest female footballers in the world & co-captains the team as a forward. Jamaica has lost the first two matches against Italy and Brazil.

Women’s World Cup 2019 Prediction: Jamacia vs Australia Squad

2019 FIFA Women's World Cup predictions & Squad Australia vs Jamaica

We are sharing the squad player list of both Women’s football teams. In the 2019 World Cup, Australia has defeat against Italy of 2019 world cup. This will be the first-ever meeting between Jamaica and Australia in any competition.

Jamaica loss first 2 matches of the Women’s World Cup; against Italy and Brazil. The full squad list for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 of both teams accessed below:

  • Prediction: Jamaica 0-4 Australia
  • Date: Thursday 13th June 2019 – 18:00 (UK)
  • Place: Stade des Alpes
  • TV Info: BBC (UK), FOX Sports 1 (U.S.)
  • Live Stream: BBC iPlayer (UK), FOX Sports Go (U.S.)
  • 2019 World Cup:
    • Australia (2 matches): Win– 1, Loss– 1 | Position: 3rd | Points: 3
    • Jamaica (2 matches): Win– 0, Loss– 2 | Position: 4th | Points: 0

Jamaica Final 23-Woman Squad Players

  • Coach: Hue Menzies
  • Star player: Khadija Shaw, Chinyelu Asher, Konya Plummer
  • World Cup best: 1 (first in 2019)
  • FIFA Rank: 53
  • Captain: Konya Plummer
  • Top scorer: Khadija Shaw 24(31)

Goalkeepers: Sydney Schneider (UNC Wilmington Seahawks), Nicole McClure (Sion Swifts WFC), Yazmeen Jamieson (Papakura City FC)

Defenders Lauren Silver (Trondheims-Ørn), Chanel Hudson-Marks (Unattached), Konya Plummer (captain) (UCF Knights), Den-Den Blackwood (Unattached), Dominique Bond-Flasza (PSV), Allyson Swaby (Roma), & Toriana Patterson (Pink Sport Time)

Midfielders: Chantelle Swaby (Rutgers Scarlet Knights), Havana Solaun (Klepp), Chinyelu Asher (Stabæk), Ashleigh Shim (Unattached), Marlo Sweatman (Szent Mihály) & Sashana Campbell (Maccabi Kishronot Hadera)

Forwards: Jody Brown ( Montverde Academy), Khadija Shaw (Bordeaux), Tiffany Cameron( Stabæk), Trudi Carter (Roma), Cheyna Matthews (Washington Spirit), Olufolasade Adamolekun (USC Trojans), & Mireya Grey (Washington Huskies)

Australia Final 23-Woman Squad Players

  • Coach: Ante Milicic
  • Star player: Alexandra Popp, Dzsenifer Marozsán, Lena Goeßling
  • World Cup best: Quarter-finals (2007, 2011, 2015)
  • Rank: 6
  • Captain: Sam Kerr
  • Top scorer: Lisa De Vanna (47)

Goalkeepers: Lydia Williams (Reign FC), Teagan Micah (UCLA Bruins), Mackenzie Arnold (Brisbane Roar)

Defenders: Gema Simon (Newcastle Jets), Clare Polkinghorne (Houston Dash), Karly Roestbakken (Canberra United), Steph Catley (vice-captain) (Reign FC), Alanna Kennedy (Orlando Pride), Ellie Carpenter (Portland Thorns), & Sara Teigen Allen (Melbourne Victory)

Midfielders: Aivi Luik (Levante), Chloe Logarzo (Washington Spirit), Elise Kellond-Knight (Reign FC), Emily van Egmond (Orlando Pride), Tameka Yallop (Klepp IL), Katrina Gorry (Brisbane Roar) & Amy Harrison (Washington Spirit)

Forwards: Caitlin Foord (Portland Thorns), Lisa De Vanna (Sydney FC), Emily Gielnik (Melbourne Victory), Hayley Raso (Portland Thorns), Mary Fowler (Bankstown City), & Sam Kerr (captain) (Chicago Red Stars)

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