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AUS-W vs ITA-W Dream11 Team Prediction | FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 – Australia vs Italy Fantasy Team News

AUS-W vs ITA-W Match Preview, Team News, Lineups
Women’s football powerhouse Australia start their World Cup campaign with a game against Italy at Stade du Hainaut.

The teams: Australia and Italy

How they qualified:

Australia – World Ranking 6
qualified for the world cup courtesy of their deep run in the last edition of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup. They entered the tournament in magnificent form and were the better team in the scoreless draw against South Korea. That result followed up by an 8-0 rout of Vietnam and the 1-1 draw in the final group game against Japan was enough to win the world cup ticket to France.
Italy – World Ranking 15
had a wonderful qualifying campaign, winning 7 times out of the first 7 matches to top Group 6. Their sole defeat came against Belgium, a match which had no bearing over the final positions in the group.

Match Details:

The FIFA Women’s World Cup match will be played between Australia and Italy at Stade du Hainaut, in Valenciennes, France. The ground has a capacity of 24,926.
The game will start at 04:30 PM (IST), on Sunday, June 09.

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 – L W W W L L
Italy – W W L D W W

Australia Team News:

The squad is same which featured in the AFC Women’s Championship, and FFA Cup of Nations. However, the team’s formation is still a mystery as the new coach Ante Milicic has tinkered with the squad a lot leading up to the world cup.
Goalkeepers: Teagan Micha, Lydia Williams, Mackenzie Arnold
Defenders: Ellie Carpenter, Steph Catley, Teigen Allen, Clare Polkinghorne, Gema Simon, Laura Alleway, Alanna Kennedy
Midfielders: Elise Kellond-Knight, Chloe Logarzo, Katrina Gorry, Amy Harrison, Aivi Luik, Tameka Yallop, Emily van Egmond
Forwards: Mary Fowler, Emily Gielnik, Lisa De Vanna, Caitlin Foord, Sam Kerr, Hayley Raso

Probable XI: Williams (GK), Catley, Kennedy, Polkinghorne, Carpenter, Emily van Egmond, Logarzo, Foord, Tameka Yallop, Hayley Raso, Sam Kerr

A good run in the qualifying campaign and in the friendlies heading into the global showpiece event means Italy’s team is well settled and ready to embrace the challenge that awaits.
20 years! That was a long wait. Italy head coach Milena Bertolini. Image Credit @Twitter
Goalkeepers: Rosalia Pipitone, Laura Giuliani, Chiara Marchitelli
Defenders: Alisa Bartoli, Laura Fusetti, Sara Gama, Elena Linari, Alia Guagni, Lisa Boattin, Linda Tucceri
Midfielders: Alice Parisi, Barbara Bonansea, Valentina Bergamaschi, Annamaria Serturini, Valentina Cernoia, Aurora Galli, Martina Rosucci, Manuela Giugliano
Forwards: Stefania Tarenzi, Ilaria Mauro, Valentina Giacinti, Daniela Sabatino, Cristiana Girelli

Probable XI: Laura Giuliani (GK), Valentina Bergamaschi, Sara Gama, Elena Linari, Alia Guagni, Valentina Cernoia, Aurora Galli, Barbara Bonansea, Manuela Giugliano, Ilaria Mauro, Cristiana Girelli

AUS-W vs ITA-W Dream11 Team

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