Sweden Women Vs Australia Women – Sweden and Australia will battle for a place in the women’s soccer final at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics when they meet at Yokohama Stadium on Monday.
Sweden Women Vs Australia Women
The Scandinavians, who lost the last Olympic final in Rio 2016, will not repeat the same mistakes and will rush the Australians.
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The Socceroos showed why they are gold medal contenders after a 4-3 win against Great Britain, and expectations will be high when they face strong Sweden.
Sweden have a great record against Australia. Sweden have two wins in their last four head-to-head matches.
Australia have not beaten Sweden in official play and will go into this semi-final with a point to prove.
Australia predicted XI (3-4-3): Lydia Williams; Stephanie Catley, Clare Polkinghorne, Ellie Carpenter; Tameka Yallop, Emily Van Egmond, Elise Kellond-Knight, Hayley Raso; Kyah Simon, Samantha Kerr, Caitlin Ford
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Sweden predicted XI (4-3-3): Hedvig Lindahl; Jonna Andersson, Magdalena Eriksson, Amanda Ilestedt, Hanna Glas; Kosovar Asllani, Caroline Seger, Filippa Angeldal; Stina Blackstenius, Fridolina Rolfo, Sofia Jakobsson
The Swedish women’s team has been exceptional at the Olympics and the players will be eager to win the gold medal as they will need this tournament badly and want to win their semi-final.
Australia look ambitious and will have a goal in their semi-final against Sweden. However, Sweden have a better and more experienced team and can claim an easy win against the Socceroos.
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Tokyo Olympics 2021: Sweden Vs Australia Women’s Soccer Semi Final
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Australia Women take on Sweden Women in the Olympic semi-finals on Monday, with both sides desperate to win the competition for the first time in their history.
The two teams have already faced each other in the group stage, with Sweden running out 4-2 winners in a highly entertaining game.
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Australia have emerged as one of the teams to watch at this summer’s Olympics, scoring eight and conceding eight in their four games so far.
The Matildas cruised into a tight quarter-final against Great Britain Women on Friday, taking a first-half lead through Alanna Kennedy’s 36th minute before Samantha Kerr sent the tie into injury time when she equalized through Ellen in the 89th minute has. White’s brace seemed to send the British through.
As the first half drew to a close, stricken Nikita Parris was tripped in the penalty area, but Caroline Weir saw her tame penalty saved by Australian goalkeeper Teagan Micah.
Immediately on the counter-attack, substitute Mary Fowler showed superb skill to flick a pass straight to her feet before firing a ferocious effort that curled viciously beyond the reach of Ellie Roebuck and into the top corner.
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Kerr struck for the fifth time this summer in the first minute of the second half to put the Whites ahead with five minutes remaining, but Tony Gustavsson’s side held on to reach the Olympic semi-finals for the first time. .
The 47-year-old will be under no illusions about the task ahead of Australia on Monday, with Sweden arguably the tournament’s most impressive team so far.
Indeed, the Blue and Yellow are the only teams to have won all four games, including a solid 3-1 victory over host Japan Women in Friday’s quarterfinals.
In an even first half, little separated the opponents, Mina Tanaka canceled out Magdalena Eriksson’s early strike in the seventh minute.
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But Sweden showed their class after the break and Stina Blackstenius scored her fourth goal of the games before Kosovare Asllani’s penalty sealed an enticing semi-final against Australia.
While the 2016 runners-up will be rightly favorites to beat their up-and-coming opponents in the group stage, they will be aware that luck was on their side on the day, with Kerr missing a penalty and the Matildas well down overall performed their best.
Kerr is undoubtedly the player who will keep Sweden close, with five goals in four games a good return for the striker.
The 27-year-old has just three starts and three goals under 50, but is likely to trade all that for a first trophy with her country since winning the Asian Cup in 2010.
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Gustavsson will be tempted to start the electric Fowler after her positive impact in the last round, but the 18-year-old is likely to be used from the bench again.
Sweden, meanwhile, benefited from resting their top scorer Blackstenius in their final group game against New Zealand, with the 25-year-old looking fresh on his way to scoring a crucial second goal against Japan.
Peter Gerhardsson is unlikely to make any changes to his starting line-up, with the likes of Hanna Bennison and Olivia Schough keen to make an impact off the bench if called upon.
Australia was minutes away from Great Britain, who are probably not as strong as Sweden.
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So we expect the Swedes to come through in what is likely to be an entertaining affair. They seem to have a little more quality all over the park than the Matildas, who may rely a little too much on Kerr.
Our analysis of all available data, including recent performances and player statistics up to an hour before kick-off, indicated that the most likely outcome of this match was a win for Sweden Women with a probability of 41.69%. A win for Australia Women had a probability of 36.78% and a draw had a probability of 21.5%.
The most likely score for Sweden Women to win was 1-2 with a probability of 8.06%. The next most likely scores for this result were 1-3 (5.15%) and 0-1 (4.69%). The most likely win for Australia Women was 2-1 (7.54%), while it was 1-1 (8.41%) for a draw. An actual score of 0-1 was predicted with a probability of 4.7%. Our data analysis correctly predicted that Sweden Women will win this match.
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