[[[Online!!]]] Japan vs. Sweden live streaming 11/08/2023
Sweden's problem is not getting to the end of the tournament, but it is winning at that point of the competition. The European side is at a disadvantage because it battled through a tougher round-of-16 clash with the United States, but the shutout performance in that match should carry over confidence into Auckland. Zecira Musovic turned away 11 shots from the Americans on Sunday, and if she produces another performance like that, Japan could leave the pitch with zero goals. Look for the trio of Stina Blackstenius, Fridolina Rolfo and Kosovane Asllani to test Japan's back line a handful of times.
Sweden is after its third semifinal appearance in the last four World Cups. It placed second at each of the last two Olympics. A majority of the players who will be on the field in Auckland on Friday morning have big-game experience, and that should produce one of the closest quarterfinal contests. Japan is favored to advance to the semifinals, a deserved title after it ran through its first four opponents in Australia and New Zealand. Sweden enters at a disadvantage because it went to penalties against the United States and had to travel further from Melbourne to Auckland. Japan beat Norway in 90 minutes and got to stay in New Zealand. Match Odds1 of 3Set Number: X164393 TK1Odds via DraftKings SportsbookMoney LineJapan (+130; bet $100 to win $130)Sweden (+215)Draw After 90 Minutes (+210)To Advance to Next RoundJapan (-155; bet $155 to win $100)Sweden (+125)Over/UnderOver 2.
Where to watch Japan vs Sweden live stream, TV channel, lineups, betting odds for Women's World Cup matchWomen's World Cup quarterfinal action continues in Auckland, as the impressive Japan take on Sweden for the right to progress to the semifinals. Japan have been one of the most impressive teams at the tournament so far, scoring 14 goals with just one concession, including a counter-attacking masterclass in a 4-0 win over Spain and a clinical 3-1 victory over Norway in the Round of 16. Like Japan, Sweden also won all three of their matches in the group stages, leading to a pulsating Round of 16 clash against back-to-back champions USA that went all the way to penalties. In one of the most dramatic endings to a World Cup game, Lina Hurtig's winning penalty crossed the line by mere millimeters, ending the USWNT's defence of their crown and setting up an exciting clash. MORE: All the details on the Women's World Cup quarterfinals What time is Japan vs Sweden kickoff? The Japan vs.
Sweden quarterfinal will begin at 7:30 p. m. local time at Eden Park in Auckland. Here is how that time translates to selected territories around the world: Date Kickoff time USA Fri, August 11 3:30 a. m. ET Canada 3:30 a. ET UK 8:30 a. BST Australia 5:30 p. m. AEST India 1:00 p. m. IST Hong Kong 3:30 p.
Japan vs. Sweden: Top Storylines, Odds, Live Stream for Women's World Cup 2023Japan vs. Sweden: Top Storylines, Odds, Live Stream for Women's World Cup 20230 of 3Joe Serci/Eurasia Sport Images/Getty ImagesJapan and Sweden face off Friday (3:30 a. m. ET, Fox, FoxSports. com and Fox Sports app) in a 2023 World Cup battle of two of the most prolific women's soccer programs. Japan won the 2011 World Cup and finished second to the United States in 2015. It also owns two semifinal and four quarterfinal appearances at the Summer Olympics.
Japan vs. Sweden: Live Stream, TV Channel & Game InfoIn one of the 2023 Women's World Cup quarterfinals, on August 11 at 3:30 AM ET in Auckland, New Zealand, Japan will take on Sweden. You'll want to head to FOX US for the upcoming game featuring Japan and Sweden. Watch the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup on Fubo! Sign up for a free trial and start watching live sports without cable today! How to Watch Japan vs. SwedenGame Day: Friday, August 11, 2023Game Time: 3:30 AM ETTV Channel: FOX USLocation: Auckland, New ZealandVenue: Eden ParkSign up for a Fubo free trial now to watch the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup and more live sports! Japan Group Stage Results Opponent Date Score Home/Away Costa Rica July 26 W 2-0 Home Spain July 31 W 4-0 Norway August 5 W 3-1 Sweden August 11 - Japan's Recent PerformanceJapan played Norway in its previous game and was victorious by a final score of 3-1. The victorious Japan side took 14 shots, outshooting by eight.
Japan extended its dominance into the round of 16, where it beat Norway 3-1. Japan has the Golden Boot leader in Hinata Miyazawa on its side and an incredible defense that conceded once over 360 minutes. Additionally, Japan is the better rested side because it played 30 fewer minutes than Sweden and faced a shorter trip to Auckland from Wellington. All of those factors make Japan the favorite to win on Friday and move one step closer to its third final in four World Cups, but Sweden can bank on its experience to earn a result of its own. Sweden After Third Semifinal in Last Four World Cups3 of 3Ding Xu/Xinhua via Getty ImagesSweden is one of the most battle-tested sides left in the World Cup field. A spot in the quarterfinals is the minimum expectation for a squad that has been to three World Cup semifinals since 2011 and consecutive Olympic gold-medal matches.
5 Goals (+140)Under 2. 5 Goals (-170)Japan Looking to Continue Dominance2 of 3Catherine Ivill/Getty ImagesA strong case could be made that Japan should be the favorite to win the World Cup. The Nadeshiko produced 11 goals and did not concede in three Group C contests against Zambia, Costa Rica and Spain. The last of those three games against Spain featured Japan's best performance of the tournament, as it expertly broke down Spain's possession-based system with a handful of counter-attacking goals.
Blackstenius, Rolfo and Asllani have 100 international goals between them, and if Sweden scores, it most likely come from one member of the trio. Gambling problem? Call (877-8-HOPENY) or text HOPENY (467369). If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visiting ccpg.
HKT Malaysia 3:30 p. MYT Singapore 3:30 p. m. SGT New Zealand 7:30 p. m. NZT MORE: Watch the Women's World Cup in USA live on Fubo Where to watch Japan vs Sweden Fans around the world will be able to watch the second quarterfinal of the tournament on both TV and live stream. TV channel Streaming FOX Fubo, Fox Sports site/app, Peacock, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo (Spanish) BBC One, RTE 2 BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Web, RTE Player Optus Sport, Channel Seven Optus Sport, 7Plus TSN1, TSN 4, TSN 5 TSN+, RDS app Star Sports Select HD1, Star Sports Select 1 FanCode, Hotstar VIP, JioTV Sky Sport 1 NZ, Prime TV Sky Sport NOW, Prime TV FIFA WWC CH01 meWATCH Now Sports Prime Now Player — FIFA+ Fans in select regions of the world can stream the Women's World Cup live on FIFA+, including in Japan, Brazil, Indonesia and Thailand. MORE: World Cup attendance tracker Japan vs Sweden lineups, team news Japan will be hoping tournament top scorer Hinata Miyazawa can continue her hot run of form that saw her score twice against Spain and once in the Round of 16 victory over Norway.