Hopes of losing the blue and yellow medals to reach the semi-finals mean they will have to beat the home country in this year’s Games.
Sweden When they face the hosts, they will support their unbeaten run of 2021 until the last four of the Olympic Women’s Tournament. Japan Tokyo 2020 quarterfinals in Saitama.
Blue and Yellow have made it to the top of the group stage, but they will know that they are facing a tough test against the home nation if they want to reach the semi-finals.
Game ahead, the aim There are details about watching TV, streaming online, team news and much more.
TV channel, live stream and how to watch
In the United States (USA), this year’s USWNT Olympic football games can be watched live and with what can be demanded fuboTV (Watch with 7 days free trial).
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Team News and Rosters
|Goalkeepers||Lindahal, Falk, Musok|
|Bodyguard||Anderson, Klberg, Glass, Ericsson, Allstate, Bjorn|
|Midfielders||Benson, Hartig, Aslani, Engildal, Seiger, Rodder|
|Forward||Junogi, Jacobson, Blacksteins, SKF, Rolfo, Envigrid, BloomQuest|
Although there have been no defeats in the past year, it is likely that there will be only a handful of parties to compete for the medal, Blue and Yellow – but Peter Gardardon will know that his turn is to make sure to go there. There should be no slip-ups along the way. A podium place
Injury to Stena Blacksteins means that Rebecca Blomquist can retain her place with the return of Fredolina Rolfo as well as the final victory of the group stage against New Zealand.
Predictions starting with Sweden XI LindaHall Glass, Elstatt, Ericsson, Anderson; Junogi, Hortig, Cesar, Jacobson; Bloomquist, Rolfo.
|Goalkeepers||Akida, Yamashita, Hirau|
|Bodyguard||Shimizu, Takarada, Kamgai, Manami, Miyagawa, Katamura, Miyak|
|Midfielders||Sagita, Nakajima, Miura, Endo, Shivakoshi, Hasigawa, Hayashi, Kanoshita|
|Forward||Sugasao, Iwachuchi, Tanaka, Momki|
With the home nation’s expectations on its shoulders, Nidshiko Japan faces a tough test – but it will undoubtedly pull itself back to reach the last eight.
Ayaka Yamashita has shown the possibility of wearing gloves after participating in the last two group stage games, while Mina Tanaka may well have a chance to overtake Yuika Sugasa in the next one.
Forecast Japan Launch XI: Yamashita Shimizu, Kamgai, Takarada, Katamura; Hasigawa, Miura, Hayashi, Sagita; Ayubuchi, Tanka.
Recent results and head-to-head
The last five results
|Sweden results||Results from Japan|
|New Zealand 0-2 Sweden (July 27)||Chile 0-1 Japan (July 27)|
|Sweden 4-2 Australia (July 24)||Japan 0-1 Great Britain (July 24)|
|Sweden 3-0 USWNT (July 21)||Japan 1-1 Canada (July 21)|
|Sweden 0-0 Australia (June 15)||Japan 1-0 Australia (July 14)|
|Sweden 1-0 Norway (June 10)||Japan 5-1 Mexico (June 13)|
|July 21, 2016||Sweden 3-0 Japan|
|March 10, 2014||Japan 2-1 Sweden|
|July 28, 2016||Japan 0-0 Sweden|