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Netherlands vs Japan, Women’s World Cup Live Streaming: Prediction, Team News, Odds, TV channel and Match Details

The last quarterfinal spot at the 2019 Women’s World Cup is on the line on Tuesday as the Netherlands and Japan go head to head. The Asian country has made the last two finals and won it all in 2011. Notwithstanding, Japan enters this game as the slight longshot against a Dutch team that has gone undefeated at the tournament.

Vivianne Miedema will lead the Netherlands against an able Japan team in the last 16 of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup on Tuesday.

Miedema and the Netherlands will be top picks in Rennes after winning Group E. Paradoxically, Japan just endured as runners-up in Group D after finishing five points behind England.

All things being equal, this is a team equipped for keeping the ball and producing slick and polished play on account of specialists, such as Hina Sugita and Emi Nakajima.

Netherlands vs Japan Match Details

Date: Tuesday, June 25

Time: 3 p.m. ET

Location: Roazhon Park; Rennes, France

TV channel: FS1 and Universo

Live Stream: BBC iplayer, Fox Sports Go, fuboTV

Odds

Netherlands – 0.5 (- 125) | Japan +0.5 (+105) | O/U: 2.5

Team News

Netherlands: The Dutch made their first World Cup in 2015 and performed well there, getting to the round of 16. Be that as it may, three successes in the group stage and an ideal record makes them shoot for higher this time around. They are certain, quick and technically sound and can make history with one more win.

Japan: The second most youthful team at the cup and the most youthful residual team, Japan lost to England last break yet you can contend the squad outflanked Phil Neville’s team. The Nadeshiko proceed to improve, and however they are far from achieving the level of the 2015 and 2011 teams, they accept and have the team solidarity that is expected to make a run. They won’t be a simple out.

Netherlands vs Japan prediction

Vivianne Miedema scores twice and the Netherlands advances to the quarterfinals for the first time.

Pick

Netherlands 2, Japan 1

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