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England-Canada and Australia-Japan match highlights

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In tonight’s Women’s World Cup action, England defeated Canada 2-1 while Australia lost to Japan 0-1, which means that England will face Japan in Wednesday’s semi-final in Edmonton, Canada.

The winner of that match will play the winner of USA-Germany in the Women’s World Cup final.

Here are the highlights from both matches today:

Canada 1-2 England

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Australia 0-1 Japan

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Mobile app users, watch the highlights here and here.

 

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  1. Ivan

    June 28, 2015 at 7:47 am

    USWMT should count themselves lucky that they are playing the Germans and not the French.

    France and Japan are the two best sides at the moment but the French managed to choke in a very French way after they outplayed and dominated the German side for 120 minutes.

    USWNT have their chances v. Zie Germans, especially with Solo in goal.

    Japan is the clear favorite in the other semi. Credit to England for pulling the upset v. a very poor Canadian side.

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