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AUS-W vs BRZ-W Match Preview, Team News, Lineups
Australia head into their must-win game against group leaders Brazil at Stade de la Mosson, knowing a negative result couple with a win for Italy against Jamaica, will knock them out of the Women’s World Cup.

First Game snippets:

Easily, the 2019 World Cup’s best game so far. But Australia would have hoped to leave the pitch with at least a point after dominating the large parts of the game. The Aussies lost 1-2, to a 95th-minute goal from Italy’s Barbara Bonansea, her 2nd of the match, after Samantha Kerr gave her side a 22nd-minute lead.
The Repercussions are that the Matildas now face a potential knock-out game and must win to keep the destiny of their world cup in their own hands.
Of all the teams, Brazil had the worst of the preparations, heading into the world cup on the back of seven consecutive defeats. But football runs through the veins of Selecao, and they embrace the big stages.
Old-guard Cristiane Rozeira bagged a hat-trick and gave her team a perfect platform to make progress in this world cup.

Match Details:

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 match will be played between Australia and Brazil at Stade de la Mosson, in Montpellier, France. The ground has a capacity of 32,900.
The game will start at 09:30 PM (IST), on Thursday, June 13.

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)
Australia – W W W L L L
Brazil – L L L L L W

Australia Team News:

If the scoreline has any bearing over Australia head coach Ante Milicic’s decisions, then he will likely tinker with his playing 11 for this particular game. But Aussies didn’t play badly and created enough chances to win the game. So in that scenario, we may see the same playing 11 here.
Milicic himself admitted that he won’t deviate away from his attacking philosophy.
The problem was the high defensive line and defensive lapses which proved deadly in the end. A more cautious approach, with the same playing 11, with the defenders not looking for the off-side on every occasion, is what we expect from the Aussies in this match.
Milicic will monitor the fitness of key players Caitlin Foord, Lisa De Vanna, and defender Clare Polkinghorne.
In addition, experienced midfielder Elise Kellond-Knight has overcome the fitness issues and is now ready to start.

Australia Probable XI: Lydia Williams (GK), Ellie Carpenter, Clare Polkinghorne, Alanna Kennedy, Stephanie Catley, Emily van Egmond, Hayley Raso, Caitlin Foord / Elise Kellond-Knight, Tameka Yallop (Butt), Chloe Logarzo, Sam Kerr

Brazil Team News:
There are no issues with the Brazilian team and considering their dominant display in the last game, expect the same playing 11 in this clash.

Probable XI: Bárbara Barbosa (GK), Letícia Santos, Kathellen Sousa, Monica Hickmann Alves, Tamires Gomes, Andressa Silva, Formiga, Thaisa, Débora Oliveira, Beatriz Zaneratto João, Cristiane Rozeira

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