Sweden Women will take on Canada Women for a berth in the final eight of the tournament. The North American team lost their last game against the Netherlands, while the Swedish women are coming into this game after a 2-0 defeat against the tournament favourites the United States.
Venue: Parc de Princes
Date & Time: 23th June 2019, 12:30 AM
Head to Head Record between Sweden Women and Canada Women in previous clashes
The two teams have met once at the big stage of the World Cups, during the semi-finals of the 2003 tournament. In that game Spain defeated Canada 2-1 and entered the finals of the tournament. Losing to Germany, Spain ended as runners up.
Sweden Goalkeepers: Hedvig Lindahl, Jennifer Falk, Zećira Mušović
Defenders: Jonna Andersson, Linda Sembrant, Hanna Glas, Nilla Fischer, Magdalena Eriksson, Amanda Ilestedt, Nathalie Björn
Midfielders: Lina Hurtig, Kosovare Asllani, Julia Roddar, Caroline Seger, Anna Anvegård, Elin Rubensson
Forwards: Madelen Janogy, Sofia Jakobsson, Stina Blackstenius, Julia Zigiotti Olme, Fridolina Rolfö, Mimmi Larsson, Olivia Schough
Goalkeepers: Stephanie Labbé, Kailen Sheridan, Sabrina D’Angelo
Defenders: Allysha Chapman, Kadeisha Buchanan, Shelina Zadorsky, Rebecca Quinn, Jayde Riviere, Ashley Lawrence, Shannon Woeller, Lindsay Agnew, Jenna Hellstrom
Midfielders: Julia Grosso, Desiree Scott, Sophie Schmidt, Sophie Schmidt, Jessie Fleming
Forwards: Deanne Rose, Jordyn Huitema, Christine Sinclair, Nichelle Prince, Janine Beckie, Adriana Leon
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Sweden Women Vs Canada Women: About the teams
The Sweden Women team has won the European Competition for Women’s Football in 1984, one World Cup-silver (2003), as well as three European Championship-silvers. The team has participated in six Olympic Games, seven World Cups, as well as nine European Championships.
The Canada women’s national soccer team is overseen by the Canadian Soccer Association. The team reached international prominence at the 2003 FIFA Women’s World Cup, losing in the third-place match to the United States. Canada qualified for its first Olympic women’s soccer tournament in 2008, making it to the quarterfinals.
Predicted playing XI for SWE-W Vs CN-W
Stephanie Labbe, Shelina Zadorsky, Kadeisha Buchanan, Allysha Chapman, Ashley Lawrence, Sophie Schmidt, Desiree Scott, Janine Beckie, Jordyn Huitema, Christine Sinclair, Jessie Fleming
Hedvig Lindahl, Linda Sembrant, Amanda Ilestedt, Jonna Andersson, Nathalie Bjorn, Kosovare Asllani, Lina Hurtig, Julia Zigiotti-Olme, Stina Blackstenius, Olivia Schough, Sofia Jakobsson