FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019: Japan vs Scotland

2019 Women’s World Cup Japan vs Scotland

The group stage key match of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup placed on Friday between Japan vs Scotland on June 14th. England, Argentina, Japan, and Scotland are in the D group stage are all that enjoying their taste of the 2019 world cup in France. 2011 world cup Champions Japan, with a disappointing scoreless draw against Argentina. Scotland played well in its opening match against England but ultimately fell 2-1. There will be 552 players and 24 coaches representing 24 countries at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France. Japan current FIFA ranking is the 7th place & one of the Women’s Soccer World Cup team where Scotland is 20th position in the FIFA ranking and first-time appearance in the world cup tournament. We are sharing the squad list and Prediction of Japan vs Scotland soccer match.

Rumi Utsugi, Saki Kumagai, Mizuho Sakaguchi, Mana Iwabuchi & Mana Iwabuchi big star player on the Japanese Football team and Mana Iwabuchi is the top scorer in more than 61 appearances with the more than 46 goals for her country. Jane Ross, Kim Little, Jennifer Beattie, Rachel Corsiebig are a big name in Scotland squad, Jane Ross is the best goal scorer in the squad. Claire Emslie scored Scotland’s first World Cup goal, netting in their 2019 opener against England on 9 June.

Women’s World Cup 2019 Prediction: Japan vs Scotland Squad

Women’s World Cup 2019 Prediction Japan vs Scotland Squad

We are sharing the squad player list of both Women’s football teams. In the 2019 World Cup, Japan and Scotland have defeat against the team of 2019 world cup. Japan, who’s appeared in the last two Women’s World Cup Finals, and it has won each of their last five World Cup matches against European nations, after failing to win any of their first nine games (D1 L8). Scotland suffered their first defeat in six games in their 1-2 defeat to England on MD1.

Japan vs Scotland has met first times at the Women’s World Cup, where with Japan is more strong in every position. The full squad list for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 of both teams accessed below:

  • Prediction: Japan 3-1 Scotland
  • Date: Friday 14th June 2019 – 18:00 (UK)
  • Place: Stade de la Route de Lorient
  • TV Info: BBC (UK), FOX Sports 1 (U.S.)
  • Live Stream: BBC iPlayer (UK), FOX Sports Go (U.S.)

Japan Final 23-Woman Squad Players

  • Coach: Asako Takakura
  • Star player: Kumi Yokoyama, Mizuho Sakaguchi, Aya Sameshima, Rumi Utsugi, Saki Kumagai
  • World Cup best: Champions (2011)
  • Rank: 7
  • Captain: Saki Kumagai
  • Top scorer: Mizuho Sakaguchi 124(29)

Goalkeepers: Sakiko Ikeda (Urawa Red Diamonds), Ayaka Yamashita (Nippon TV Beleza), Chika Hirao (Albirex Niigata)

Defenders: Aya Sameshima (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Rumi Utsugi (Reign FC), Saki Kumagai (Lyon), Shiori Miyake (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Risa Shimizu (Nippon TV Beleza), Nana Ichise (Vegalta Sendai), Asato Miyagawa (Nippon TV Beleza), & Moeka Minami (Urawa Red Diamonds)

Midfielders: Mizuho Sakaguchi (Nippon TV Beleza), Emi Nakajima (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Yuka Momiki (Nippon TV Beleza), Yui Hasegawa (Nippon TV Beleza), Hina Sugita (INAC Kobe Leonessa), & Narumi Miura (Nippon TV Beleza)

Forwards: Yuika Sugasawa (Urawa Red Diamonds), Mana Iwabuchi(INAC Kobe Leonessa), Kumi Yokoyama (AC Nagano Parceiro), Rikako Kobayashi (Nippon TV Beleza), Rikako Kobayashi (Cerezo Osaka Sakai), Jun Endo (Nippon TV Beleza)

Scotland Final 23-Woman Squad Players

  • Coach: Shelley Kerr
  • Star player:  Jane Ross, Lisa Evans, Kim Little, Rachel Corsie & Joanne Love
  • World Cup best: Runner-up (2007)
  • FIFA Rank: 20
  • Captain: Rachel Corsie
  • Top scorer: Jane Ross 127 (58)

Goalkeepers: Lee Alexander ( Glasgow City), Shannon Lynn (Vittsjö), Jenna Fife (Hibernian)

Defenders Kirsty Smith (Manchester United), Nicola Docherty (Glasgow City), Rachel Corsie (captain) (Utah Royals), Jennifer Beattie (Arsenal), Hayley Lauder (Glasgow City), Chloe Arthur (Birmingham City), Sophie Howard (Reading) & Joelle Murray (Hibernian)

Midfielders: Joanne Love (Glasgow City), Kim Little (vice-captain)  (Arsenal), Caroline Weir (Manchester City), Leanne Crichton (Glasgow City), Christie Murray (Liverpool), & Lizzie Arnot (Manchester United)

Forwards: Lisa Evans (Barcelona), Jane Ross (Incheon Red Angels), Claire Emslie ( São Paulo), Lana Clelland (North Carolina Courage), Fiona Brown (Benfica), & Erin Cuthbert (Sporting Huelva)

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