Women’s World Cup 2019: Scotland vs Argentina

Scotland face Argentina in their last Group D match at the Women's World Cup.

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The final D group match of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup placed on Wednesday between Argentina vs Scotland on June 19th. England, Argentina, Japan, and Scotland are in the D group stage are reached in the final group stage match of the 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. Argentina current FIFA ranking is 37th, the team looking first group stage match-winning performance in the world cup 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.

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. In 2018, Argentina finished third at the Copa América which qualified them for the CONCACAF–CONMEBOL play-off. In 2019, Argentina Women’s team has played a total of 8 matches with 4 wins and 3 loss, therefore, the team needs more effort to reach the know-out stage.

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

Women’s World Cup 2019 Prediction & Squad Scotland v Argentina

 

We are sharing the squad player list of both Women’s football teams. In the 2019 World Cup, Scotland vs Argentina has defeat against the team of 2019 world cup. Argentina has managed just seven shots and four touches in the opposition in two games (D 1 L 1).

Scotland will look to bow out of the Women’s World Cup with a victory over Argentina. This Women’s World Cup clash is being shown live on BBC One in the UK. The full squad list for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 of both teams accessed below:

  • Prediction: Argentina 1-3 Scotland
  • Date: Wednesday, 19th June 2019 –8 pm UK time – that is 9 pm in France.
  • Place: Parc des Princes
  • TV Info: BBC (UK), FOX Sports 1 (U.S.)
  • Live Stream: BBC iPlayer (UK), FOX Sports Go (U.S.)

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)

Argentina Final 23-Woman Squad Players

  • Coach: Carlos Borrello
  • Star player: Sole Jaimes, Florencia Bonsegundo, Sole Jaimes
  • World Cup best: Group stage
  • Rank: 37
  • Captain: Florencia Bonsegundo
  • Top scorer: Gabriela Lacobellis (88)

Goalkeepers: Vanina Correa (Shanghai Yongbai), Gaby Garton (Beijing BG Phoenix), Solana Pereyra ()

Defenders: Agustina Barroso (Madrid CFF), Eliana Stábile (Boca Juniors), Adriana Sachs (UAI Urquiza), Aldana Cometti (Sevilla), & Natalie Juncos (Unattached)

Midfielders: Vanesa Santana (Logroño), Ruth Bravo (Tacón), Estefanía Banini (Levante), Florencia Bonsegundo (Sporting Huelva), Virginia Gómez (Rosario Central, Miriam Mayorga (River Plate), Lorena Benítez (Boca Juniors), Mariela Coronel (Granada), Gabriela Chávez (River Plate), Mariana Larroquette (UAI Urquiza), & Dalila Ippólito (River Plate)

Forwards: Yael Oviedo (Rayo Vallecano), Sole Jaimes (Lyon), Belén Potassa (UAI Urquiza), & Milagros Menéndez (UAI Urquiza)

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