Japan (@1.8) vs Netherlands (@1.9)
30-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Japan will win

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Lineth Beerensteyn was reserved to mark the 2-1 winner. Nevertheless, it was narrow in the end. Canada was able to equalize immediately. Perhaps the best match came from the team of Sara Wiegman in the final group match against Canada. Anouk Dekker scored with a header in the 54th minute, the 1-0 lead. For Oranje had difficulties both in the opening match against New Zealand and then against Cameroon.

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The Netherlands have a clean slate with nine points, while the Japanese have struggled with four points through the group stage. This is another aspect that speaks in the last sixteen between Holland and Japan for the Europeans. However, if you can prevail in this duel, you will also be in the quarter-final against Italy or China. The way to the semifinal seems to be relatively open.

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Sherida Spitse (165 caps, 30 goals) and Danielle van de Donk (92 caps, 16 goals) are key players in the middle of the park, while Anouk Dekker (79 caps, 7 goals) leads the defensive line. Miedema scored a couple of goals against Cameroon, while Martens is still looking for her first goal at this tournament. Forwards Vivianne Miedema (78 caps, 60 goals) and Lieke Martens (106 caps, 42 goals) are leading the way for the Orange, and this attacking duo will be a huge threat for Japans defense.

In the final Round of 16 game, the Netherlands will be going up against Japan in a game that will feature two very solid defensive sides. The Japanese were only able to score a total of two goals during group play, but they made it to this round due to the fact that they only gave up three goals. This Dutch side was able to win all three of its group stage matches, scoring six total goals while only conceding two. This is expected to be a low-scoring affair, with the Netherlands being the slight favorites to pick up the win.

Japan is coming off a 0-2 loss to England, but it forced a draw against Argentina and beat Scotland to make it out of the group stages. Japan are back in the round of 16 and are an experienced bunch thats made the final in each of the last two World Cups. Japan does have a history of being conservative offensively and sitting on the ball at times, so its no surprise this side has scored one or less goals in five of its last seven matches. Besides its opening match, Japan has split ball possession in its last two matches, but does have a combined 42 shot attempts and has been a little more aggressive than were used to seeing.

The Orange topped the Group E with maximum nine points out of three rounds and a 6:2 goal difference. They outlasted New Zealand 1-0 in the opener and easily defeated Cameroon 3-1 in the second round, while Holland barely overcame Canada 2-1 in the third round to clinch the top spot and set up a clash with Japan in the knockout stage.

It was not that the Netherlands played intoxicating football, but the European champions can rely on their offensive. The load of the goal shooting is nicely distributed on several shoulders. Oranje has passed through the preliminary round without loss. So, coach Sara Wiegman has many options in the attack that almost everyone has already stung. Holland scored six goals in the preliminary round and only top star Vivianne Miedema scored twice.