Norway finished 2-0-1 to earn second place in group A, whereas Australia bounced back from a gap lost to Italy to complete second in cluster C with a record of 2-0-1.
Australia’s sensation sam Kerr is tied for the Golden Boot lead with USA’s Alex Morgan.
An intriguing spherical of sixteen clash awaits in Nice
will be resolute secure their place within the Women’s World Cup quarter-finals for a fourth
straight tournament after they play Norway on St John’s Eve at the Allianz Riviera.
The Matildas advanced to the knockout stages with a 4-1 convert that saw them end second in cluster C following a loss to and a ending against .
Norway’s cluster record was identical as they fell to in between victories against and to seal second spot in group A.
Norway were ne’er expected to beat tournament hosts France to prime spot in group A,
tho’ they were perpetually probably to fill second place, and due to wins against South Korea and Nigeria, that’s precisely what they did.
After their latest ending, the Norwegians are going to be feeling assured, tho’ the Aussies are not any easy team to face, thus they’ll got to be at their best.
Norway: other than the lost to France, Kingdom of Norway has been robust within the cup with wins over Nigeria and South Korea.
They haven’t been super inventive in attack, however their patience has helped with their potency in attack.
Keep an eye fixed on their ability to interrupt lines with balls to the feet and fast passes back out wide.
They’re a dangerous team which will feel assured in winning this one.
Australia: Kerr’s four-goal performance has her beaming confidently, additionally as her team.
The Aussies felt robust enough to win their cluster, however finishing second puts them on the harder aspect of the bracket.
Expect them to play a touch a lot of defensive when showing some problems at the rear,
and they will search for Kerr in area thus she will brag her assaultive magic.
Goalkeepers Hjelmseth, Fiskerstrand, Bogstad
Defenders Wold, Thorisdottir, Hovland, Mjelde, Kvamme
Midfielders S.Hansen, Risa, C.Hansen, Engen, Reiten, Minde, Maanum, Saevik
Forwards Thorsnes, Herlovsen, Utland, Asland, Eikeland, Haavi, Nautnes
Goalkeepers Williams, Arnold, Micah
Defenders Simon, Polkinghorne, Roestbakken, Catley, Kennedy, Carpenter, Allen
Midfielders Luik, Logarzo, Kellond-Knight, Van Egmond, Yallop, Gorry, Harrison
Forwards Foord, Kerr, Fowler, Raso, Gielnik, De Vanna
TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch
Every Matildas match at the Women’s World Cup, including Australia’s match against Norway, is available live and free on SBS .
For those looking to stream the match, Optus Sport will also be showing every match of the tournament.
The platform requires a monthly subscription of $14.99 for non-Optus customers.
This will be the fourth time that the 2 nations have met. Of the previous 3 renewals,
Australia have won 2, whereas Kingdom of Norway are while not a win against the Aussies.
Once the combine last met (2018), Australia won by four goals to 3.