Netherlands vs Japan live streaming

Netherlands vs Japan live streaming: Watch Women’s World Cup online & confirmed line-ups

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Mana Iwabuchi
Saori Takarada
Lieke Martens
Saki Kumagai
Daniëlle van de Donk
Jill Roord
Merel van Dongen
Kika van Es
Emi Nakajima
Yuka Momiki
Shanice van de Sanden
Lineth Beerensteyn
Yui Hasegawa
Lieke Martens
10
Daniëlle van de Donk
2
Desiree van Lunteren
20
Dominique Bloodworth
14
Jackie Groenen
11
Lieke Martens
17
Merel van Dongen
1
Sari van Veenendaal
7
Shanice van de Sanden
8
Sherida Spitse
3
Stefanie van der Gragt
9
Vivianne Miedema
18
Ayaka Yamashita
3
Aya Sameshima
7
Emi Nakajima
Hina Sugita
8
Mana Iwabuchi
5
Nana Ichise
17
Narumi Miura
22
Risa Shimizu
4
Saki Kumagai
14
Yui Hasegawa
9
Yuika Sugasawa
6
Anouk Dekker
Victoria Pelova
19
Ellen Jansen
15
Inessa Kaagman
12
Jill Roord
5
Kika van Es
21
Lineth Beerensteyn
22
Liza van der Most
23
Lize Kop
16
Loes Geurts
13
Renate Jansen
Saori Takarada
20
Kumi Yokoyama
10
Mizuho Sakaguchi
2
Rumi Utsugi
1
Sakiko Ikeda
23
Shiori Miyake
15
Yuka Momiki

Netherlands vs Japan live streaming: Match details

If you want to watch Netherlands vs Japan online, and indeed the rest of the Women’s World Cup, these are the live streaming instructions.

Match: Netherlands vs Japan

Competition: Women’s World Cup

Date: June 25, 2019

Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, June 25, 2019 (UK time)

Stadium: Roazhon Park

Netherlands vs Japan live streaming: Quick links

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Confirmed line-ups

Netherlands XI: van Veenendaal, Van Lunteren, Van der Gragt, Van Dongen, Van de Sanden, Spitse, Miedema, Van de Donk, Martens, Groenen, Bloodworth.

Japan XI: Sameshima, Kumagai, Ichise, Sugita, Nakajima, Iwabuchi, Sugasawa, Hasegawa, Miura, Yamashita, Shimizu.

Netherlands vs Japan live streaming: Match preview

Will it be the European Champions or the Asia Cup winners who keep alive their hopes of becoming World Champions?

Netherlands have been very impressive so far in this World Cup.

They kicked off with a 1-0 win over New Zealand, Jill Roord scoring a 93rd minute winner, before beating Cameroon 3-1.

On Thursday, they took on Canada in a winner takes top spot clash.

Canada were awarded a penalty in the very first minute of the game but it was overturned by VAR.

The Dutch took advantage of this good fortune and took the lead nine minutes into the second half through Anouk Dekker who headed in Sherida Spitse’s free-kick.

Four of Holland’s eight goals at this tournament have been headers.

Canada then equalised just six minutes later completely against the run of play.

But, late on, Lineth Beerensteyn won it with her ninth international goal, tapping in from close range.

A 2-1 win for Sarina Wiegman’s side who have been very efficient at this tournament.

Oranje have found the net with six of their last seven shots on target at the Women’s World Cup.

Will their potency in front of goal see them past Japan?

As for Asako Takakura’s side, they’ve won one, drawn one and lost one so far.

They kicked off with a frustrating 0-0 draw against Argentina in Paris.

However, they did win their second game 2-1 against Scotland; Mana Iwabuchi and Yuika Sugasawa the scorers.

On Wednesday though, they were beaten 2-0 by England so had to settle for second place.

This is a side who got all the way to the final of this competition four years ago but they are no quite at that level anymore.

The Dutch have arguably the best striker at this tournament in Vivianne Miedema and her goals should send her side into the last eight.

101 Great Goals predicts: Netherlands 3-1 Japan

Netherlands on Twitter pre Women’s World Cup match vs Japan

Women’s World Cup: Results & upcoming fixtures

Friday June 7, 2019: France 4 – Korea Republic 0

Saturday June 8, 2019: Germany 1 – China PR 0

Saturday June 8, 2019: Spain 3 – South Africa 1

Saturday June 8, 2019: Norway 3 – Nigeria 0

Sunday June 9, 2019: Australia 1 – Italy 2

Sunday June 9, 2019: Brazil 3 – Jamaica 0

Sunday June 9, 2019: England 2 – Scotland 1

Monday June 10, 2019: Argentina 0 – Japan 0

Monday June 10, 2019: Canada 1 – Cameroon 0

Tuesday June 11, 2019: New Zealand 0 – Netherlands 1

Tuesday June 11, 2019: Chile 0 – Sweden 2

Tuesday June 11, 2019: United States 13 – Thailand 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: Nigeria 2 – Korea Republic 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: Germany 1 – Spain 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: France 2 – Norway 1

Thursday June 13, 2019: Australia 3 – Brazil 2

Thursday June 13, 2019: South Africa 0 – China PR 1

Friday June 14, 2019: Japan 2 – Scotland 1

Friday June 14, 2019: Jamaica 0 – Italy 5

Friday June 14, 2019: England 1 – Argentina 0

Saturday June 15, 2019: Netherlands 3 – Cameroon 1

Saturday June 15, 2019: Canada 2 – New Zealand 0

Sunday June 16, 2019: Sweden 5 – Thailand 1

Sunday June 16, 2019: United States 3 – Chile 0

Monday June 17, 2019: South Africa 0 – Germany 4

Monday June 17, 2019: China PR 0 – Spain 0

Monday June 17, 2019: Nigeria 0 – France 1

Monday June 17, 2019: Korea Republic 1 – Norway 2

Tuesday June 18, 2019: Jamaica 1 – Australia 4

Tuesday June 18, 2019: Italy 0 – Brazil 1

Wednesday June 19, 2019: Japan 0 – England 2

Wednesday June 19, 2019: Scotland 3 – Argentina 3

Thursday June 20, 2019: Netherlands 2 – Canada 1

Thursday June 20, 2019: Cameroon 2 – New Zealand 1

Thursday June 20, 2019: Sweden 0 – United States 2

Thursday June 20, 2019: Thailand 0 – Chile 2

Saturday June 22, 2019: Last 16 match 1: Germany 3-0 Nigeria

Saturday June 22, 2019: Last 16 match 2: Norway 1 – Australia 1 (Norway won 4-1 on penalties)

Sunday June 23, 2019: Last 16 match 3: England 3 – Cameroon 0

Sunday June 23, 2019: Last 16 match 4: France 2 – Brazil 1 (After extra time)

Monday June 24, 2019: Last 16 match 5: Spain 1 – United States of America 2

Monday June 24, 2019: Last 16 match 6: Sweden 1 – Canada 0

Tuesday June 25, 2019: Last 16 match 7: Italy vs China PR

Tuesday June 25, 2019: Last 16 match 8: Netherlands vs Japan

Thursday June 27, 2019: Quarter-final 1: Norway vs England

Friday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 2: France vs United States of America

Saturday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 3: TBC vs TBC

Saturday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 4: Germany vs Sweden

Tuesday July 2, 2019: Semi-final 1

Wednesday July 3, 2019: Semi-final 2

Saturday July 6, 2019: Third-place play-off

Sunday July 7, 2019: Women’s World Cup Final

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