Women’s World Cup 2019: New Zealand vs Cameroon

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Cameroon and New Zealand haven’t met in any competition since July 2012 in the Olympics, when the African side fell to a 1-3 defeat in the group stages. Both of the team will be first meets in the world cup group in the 2019 Women’s World Cup on Thursday, June 20. Cameroon has now lost each of their last three matches in the world cup competition. New Zealand have never won in 14 previous games at the Women’s World Cup (W0 D3 L11). It is one of the interesting matches in the E group stage of the world cup for 6 times OFC Women’s Nations Cup team New Zealand. 

There will be 552 players and 24 coaches representing 24 countries at the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France. New Zealand current FIFA World Cup ranking is the 9th place and 5th appearance in the women’s World Cup where Cameroon current FIFA ranking is 46th, the team looking first group stage match-winning performance after two matches loss in the world cup. We are sharing the squad list and Prediction of Cameroon and New Zealand soccer match.

Women’s World Cup 2019 Prediction: New Zealand vs Cameroon Squad

Women’s World Cup 2019 Squad of New Zealand vs Cameroon

We are sharing the squad player list of both Women’s football teams. In the 2019 World Cup, Cameroon enters this competition with the aim of progressing to the knockout stages and Canada’s eyes to win the second-time world cup trophy. Canada is one of the strongest squad of this tournament where Argentina team technically pretty but lacks discipline. Cameroon’s ranking entering the World Cup

The full squad lists for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 of both teams can be accessed below:

  • Prediction: Cameroon 1-2 New Zealand
  • Date: Thursday, June 20, 2019, 17:00 pm (UK)
  • Place: Stade de la Mosson
  • TV Info: Telemundo, Fox, Fox Sports 1 and NBC Universo
  • Live Stream: fuboTV (Try for free), Telemundo, Fox, Fox Sports 1 and NBC Universo

Cameroon Final 23-Woman Squad Players

  • Coach: Alain Djeumfa
  • Star player: Henriette Akaba, Madeleine Ngono Mani, Christine Manie
  • World Cup best: Champions (2011)
  • Rank: 46
  • Captain: Christine Manie
  • Top scorer: Madeleine Ngono Mani(26)

Goalkeepers: Stephanie Labbé (Amazone FAP), Isabelle Mambingo (Sunshine Queens F.C.), Marthe Ongmahan (AWA FC)

Defenders: Christine Manie (AS Nancy), Yvonne Leuko (Strasbourg), Augustine Ejangue (Arna-Bjørnar), Estelle Johnson (Sky Blue FC), Aurelle Awona (Dijon FCO), Claudine Meffometou (Guingamp), & Ysis Sonkeng (Amazone FAP)

Midfielders: Raissa Feudjio (Granadilla), Jeannette Yango (US Saint-Malo), Charlène Meyong ( Louves Miniproff), Ninon Abena ( Louves Miniproff), Marlyse Ngo Ndoumbouk (AS Nancy), & Genevieve Ngo (Amazone FAP)

Forwards: Ajara Nchout (Vålerenga), Gabrielle Onguéné(ZFK CSKA Moscow), Madeleine Ngono Mani ( CSFA Ambilly), Gaëlle Enganamouit (Unattached), Henriette Akaba (Amazone FAP), Alexandra Takounda (Éclair de Sa’a), & Michaela Abam (Paris FC)

New Zealand Final 23-Woman Squad Players

  • Coach: Tom Sermanni
  • Star player: Ali Riley, Ria Percival, Sarah Gregorius
  • World Cup best: Group stage (1991, 2007, 2011, 2015)
  • Rank: 19
  • Captain: Ali Riley
  • Top scorer: Amber Hearn (54)

Goalkeepers: Erin Nayler (Bordeaux), Victoria Esson (Avaldsnes), Nadia Olla (Western Springs)

Defenders: Ria Percival (West Ham United), Anna Green (Miramar Rangers), CJ Bott (Vittsjö), Nicole Stratford (Unattached), Rebekah Stott (Avaldsnes), Ali Riley (captain) (Chelsea), Abby Erceg (North Carolina Courage), Sarah Morton (Western Springs), Stephanie Skilton (Papakura City), & Olivia Chance (Unattached)

Midfielders: Annalie Longo (Unattached), Betsy Hassett (KR Reykjavík), Katie Bowen (Utah Royals), Katie Duncan (Onehunga Sports), & Daisy Cleverley (California Golden Bears).

Forwards: Emma Kete (Unattached), Sarah Gregorius (Miramar Rangers), Rosie White (Unattached), Hannah Wilkinson (Unattached), & Paige Satchell (SC Sand).

 

 

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