{100% True Prediction} USA vs Japan Final Astrology, Who Will Win Prediction – FIFA Womens World Cup 2015

Hey Guys You Can See {100% True Prediction} USA vs Japan Final Astrology, Who Will Win Prediction – FIFA Womens World Cup 2015:- The United States and Japan meet Sunday night in the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Final.A Women’s World Cup that started with a record 24 teams will end with the same two as four years ago, when Japan and the United States go head-to-head in Sunday’s final in Vancouver. While the rankings may say differently, it will be a meeting between the two dominant forces in the women’s game of recent times. Indeed, it will be the third consecutive major international tournament in which they have been the last two teams standing, with the U.S. having beaten Japan in the final of the 2012 Olympics.

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While the victory in London was cause for much celebration for the Americans, it could not avenge the pain of defeat at what remains the world’s most prestigious tournament in women’s soccer. It is the World Cup title that the U.S. desperately craves.That is especially true for Abby Wambach. The 35-year-old is playing in her fourth and final Women’s World Cup, having made her first appearance four years after the U.S. memorably lifted the trophy on home soil in 1999. But Wambach, the top scorer in the history of international soccer, has yet to taste the elation of victory in the tournament as a starter.

Four years ago she, along with the rest of the U.S., surely must have felt that a title was moments away. In the 2011 final, the U.S. had already been pegged back by Japan late in regulation time when Aya Miyama equalized Alex Morgan’s opening goal. Wambach put the Americans back in front just before the halfway point in extra-time, but there was to be another dramatic twist as player of the tournament, Homare Sawa, scored a goal that stunned the U.S. with three minutes left on the clock. Wamabch would then be the only American to score in the shootout, with Shannon Boxx, Tobin Heath and Carli Lloyd all missing as Japan claimed its first World Cup title.

To delight of the U.S., Lloyd did hold her nerve on Tuesday to send her team back to the final. In a dramatic second half of the semifinal with Germany, where the fortune of two errant refereeing decisions favored Jill Ellis’ team, Lloyd succeeded from the penalty spot shortly after Celia Sasic had missed for Germany. But, as the U.S. rode its luck, a late goal from Kelley O’Hara was symbolic of a much-improved performance. Having been surrounded by doubt and criticism through its progress to the semifinals, Ellis’ team made a formation shift that fostered a display of fluidity and intensity that proved too much for the world’s top ranked team.

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Fortune also shined on Japan in the semifinals. Highly questionable penalty awards at either end saw Japan and England trade goals in the opening half, but it was the underdog Lionesses that were banging more forcefully at the door of a winning goal after the interval. Japan needed the woodwork and some wayward English finishing to stay alive. Then, with the match appearing destined for extra-time, England defender Laura Bassett suffered the unimaginably cruel fate of deflecting a cross into her own net deep into injury time. Just like that Japan was celebrating a place in its second straight final.

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United States Will Win The Match.

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FIFA Womens World Cup 2015: Sunday, July 5, 2015 at 7:00 pm (Canada),The Line: Japan +348 / United States -111 — Over/Under

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The 2-1 win also continued Japan’s record of winning each of its matches at this year’s World Cup by a single-goal margin. For much of those contests, Japan has been in control, displaying its technical passing game both to pierce through the opposition and then hold it at bay. In the semifinals, though, England’s shrewd tactics and more direct approach caused Norio Sasaki’s team real concerns. That contrast of styles will be present in the final as well, with the world’s most technically accomplished side going up against a team that arguably remains ahead in athleticism and fitness.  With 30 players still involved across the two teams from the squads that clashed in 2011, it promises to be a rematch full of intensity.

Japan had looked more accomplished and sure of its intentions through much of the tournament, but the semifinals have turned the tide in favor of the Americans. The U.S. moved away from its predictable one-dimensional reliance on its physical strengths against Germany and played with purpose and verve. Japan, meanwhile, was lacking a cutting edge and is susceptible to the sort of balls into the box that the U.S. thrives upon. Provided the squad takes its chances in the final, which remains a significant doubt considering the lack of sharpness in front from Alex Morgan, the U.S. should have too much all-round.

 

The United States are fresh off a 2-0 victory over Germany and look for their third women’s title. The U.S. continues to rely on its defense, as it hasn’t allowed a goal since the opening match and has given up just five shots on target in its last three matches. Hope Solo has come away with 12 saves but really hasn’t had to work that hard with the United States simply not giving up quality looks. Offensively, the United States knows it can be a lot better, as goals haven’t come easy despite getting 22 shots on target in its last four matches. Carli Lloyd leads the U.S. with three goals, Megan Rapinoe has two goals and Julie Johnston has an assist and seven shot attempts. Despite getting to this point, the Unites States has yet to play its best game for 90-plus minutes.

Japan is coming off a 2-1 win over England and looks to win back-to-back women’s titles. Japan also relies on its defense, allowing two goals in its last four matches and seven shots on target in its last three matches. Ayumi Kaihori has come away with seven saves and allowed just one first half goal. Offensively, Japan doesn’t get a ton of looks but has managed to score on five of its last eight shots on target. Aya Miyama leads Japan with two goals and two assists, Saori Ariyoshi has a goal and three shot attempts, while Azusa Iwashimizu has an assist and four shots. Japan is going to play its style of soccer and hope to take advantage of any mistakes the U.S. makes. It’s a style hard to question when it’s produced a win in every match.

These have been the two most consistent teams all tournament long, so it’s only right. Both are squads that rely on its defense first, so the under in a championship game is worth a look.However, the United States has yet to play its best match and has far more offensive weapons to go along with that elite defense. Japan will make it tough, but the U.S. is a little more balanced and should be able to pull out its third World Cup title on the female side.

United States vs Japan Final Team Squad Lineups

USA

USA Team Squad Lineup

Japan
JAPAN Team Squad Lineup
1
SOLO

(GK)

1
FUKUMOTO

(GK)

2
LEROUX
2
KINGA
3
RAMPONE
3
IWASHIMIZU
4
SAUERBRUNN
4
KUMAGAI
5
O’HARA
5
SAMESHIMA
6
ENGEN
6
SAKAGUCHI
7
BOXX
7
ANDO
8
RODRIGUEZ
8
MIYAMA
9
O’REILLY
9
KAWASUMI
10
LLOYD
10
SAWA
11
KRIEGER
11
OHNO
12
HOLIDAY
12
KAMIONOBE
13
MORGAN
13
UTSUGI
14
BRIAN
14
A.TANAKA
15
RAPINOE
15
SUGASAWA
16
CHALUPNY
16
IWABUCHI
17
HEATH
17
OGIMI
18
HARRIS

(GK)

18
KAIHORI

(GK)

19
JOHNSTON
19
ARIYOSHI
20
WAMBACH
20
KAWAMURA
21
NAEHER

(GK)

21
YAMANE

(GK)

22
KLINGENBERG
22
NAGASATO
23
PRESS

23

KITAHARA