The US Women’s National Team has been waiting four years to get to play in another Women’s World Cup match to try to avenge its loss from the 2011 Women’s World Cup final when the team was defeated by Japan on penalty kicks after finishing the 90 minutes at 1-1.
Here are the TV times of this game and the Japan-Switzerland game that follows on FOX Sports 1.
United States v Australia
7:30 PM – FOX Sports 1
Be sure to check out our preview of the USA-Australia game.
Japan v Switzerland
10PM- FOX Sports 1
BC Place Stadium
In the most interesting matchup of Group C, Japan and Switzerland are the two teams most likely to come out of this group. This first match may decide who will take first and second.
Switzerland was a goal-scoring machine in their qualifying campaign but if they do not possess the ball, they will not be able to create scoring opportunities. That should be Japan’s game plan early on. The Nadeshiko need to play their game and possess the ball while limiting chances for the opposition.
Switzerland will want to play a higher tempo than Japan might like. At the center of that pace will be Lara Dickenmann. The Swiss midfielder is the offensive lynchpin for her team and will be looking to disrupt the Japanese possession in the midfield.
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