CN-W vs NZ-W Dream11 Team Prediction | FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 – Canada vs New Zealand Fantasy Team News

Updated on: Jun 15, 2019 12:39 pm IST

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    Canada can take a giant step towards the knockout stage when they play New Zealand in Game-2 of FIFA Women’s World Cup match at Stade des Alpes.

    Teams: Canada and New Zealand

    World Ranking:

    • Canada: 5
    • New Zealand: 19

    Group E:

    • Canada are coming off a hard-fought win over Cameroon. Despite the North American side bossing the possession, Annette Ngo Ndom was hardly tested in goal. But Kadeisha Buchanan settled the nerves when she headed in from the corner at the stroke of half time.
    • Cameroon on their part did little to rattle Canada and were largely focused on defending.

    • New Zealand know they face a potential elimination game against Canada after suffering a last gasp defeat against the Netherlands in their opening world cup game.
    • However, a point will be a good return as well considering four best third-placed sides will go through to the knockout rounds.

    Match Details:

    The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 match will be played between Canada and New Zealand at Stade des Alpes, in Grenoble, France. The ground has a capacity of 20,068.
    The game will start at 12:30 AM (IST), on Thursday, June 16.

    Broadcast details:

    Sony Sports Network has the exclusive rights to broadcast FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 matches in India. Premier members can also enjoy the live action on the official SonyLiv App.

    Recent form (Last six matches)
    Canada –
    W W W W W W
    New Zealand – W W L W D L

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    Canada Team News:

    • Changes are not expected in Canada line-up as Kenneth Heiner-Møller may stick with the same playing 11 which started against Cameroon.
    Christine Sinclair and Jordyn Huitema during Canada’s match in 2018. Image @Twitter
    • Christine Sinclair will be leading the attack for Canada as she aims fur more goals which will see her overtake Abby Wambach as the all-time leading goalscorer in women football.

    Here is the full Canada squad for the world cup:

    • Goalkeepers: Stephanie Labbe, Kailen Sheridan, Sabrina D’Angelo
    • Defenders: Allysha Chapman, Kadeisha Buchanan, Shelina Zadorsky, Rebecca Quinn, Shannon Woeller, Lindsay Agnew, Jenna Hellstrom
    • Midfielders: Deanne Rose, Julia Grosso, Ashley Lawrence, Desiree Scott, Sophie Schmidt, Jessie Fleming
    • Forwards: Jayde Riviere, Jordyn Huitema, Christine Sinclair, Gabrielle Carle, Nichelle Prince, Janine Beckie, Adriana Leon Expected Canada

    Expected Canada Probable XI: Labbe (GK), Chapman, Zadorsky, Buchanan, Ashley Lawrence, Schmidt, Scott, Beckie, Nichelle Prince, Sinclair, Jessie Fleming

    New Zealand:

    Meikayla Moore pulled out of the world cup after the 23-year-old defender ruptured her Achilles tendon in training in Le Havre, France.

    Uncaped Nicole Stratford has been named as a replacement for Moore in the Football Ferns squad.

    Striker Sarah Gregorius was down for few minutes in the first game after a heavy collision with Dutch centre-back Dominique Bloodworth. She was later given a thumbs up and finished the match. The 31-year-old should start the game.

    Here is the full New Zealand squad:

    • Goalkeepers: Victoria Esson, Erin Nayler, Nadia Olla
    • Defenders: CJ Bott, Abby Erceg, Anna Green, Sarah Morton, Ali Riley, Stephanie Skilton, Rebekah Stott, Ria Percival, Nicole Stratford
    • Midfielders: Katie Bowen, Olivia Chance, Daisy Cleverley, Katie Duncan, Annalie Longo, Betsy Hassett
    • Forwards: Sarah Gregorius, Emma Kete, Paige Satchell, Rosie White, Hannah Wilkinson

    New Zealand Probable XI: Nayler (GK), Catherine Bott, Rebekah Stott, Abby Erceg, Ali Riley, Betsy Hassett, Katie Bowen, Ria Percival, Olivia Chance, Rosie White, Sarah Gregorius

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