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At 3:00 PM ET on Wednesday, we will be playing Scotland (225926) minus the goal-line versus Argentina (225925). THE SITUATION: Scotland (0-0-2) remained winless in this World Cup after losing to Japan last Friday by a 2-1 score. Argentina (0-1-1) also looks to comeback from a 1-0 loss to England on Thursday.
REASONS TO TAKE SCOTLAND MINUS THE GOAL-LINE: The SWNT was too passive in their match against Japan despite only allowing the 7th ranked team in the world according to FIFA control possession for 51% of the time. This is Scotland’s first World Cup appearance — but they have a loaded roster of players that play in the strong English Premier League. The SWNT is led by superstar Kim Little along with Erin Cuthbert who both did not play very well on Friday. They should bounce-back with big matches. This is a team that defeated a very good Brazil team by a 1-0 score back on April 8th. Argentina has played surprisingly well so far in this tournament after earning a draw with Japan in their opening match. But earning 1 point against that team may speak more about the decline of the Japanese program than it does about the quality of Los Albicelestes. Because of the incompetence of the Argentina Soccer Federation, their women’s team has only been back together for a year after funding was cut off for two years. Argentina was clobbered in the FFA Cup of Nations earlier this year where they lost all three matches while being outscored by ten goals. Los Albicelestes did not score in that event — and they have yet to score in their two World Cup matches.
FINAL TAKE: Scotland needs to win this match while generating goals to help in a potential tie-breaker to qualify for the Knockout Stage. Let's trust the oddsmakers here who have the SWNT laying one goal. The Scots need a 2-0 or 3-0 win. 10* Women’s World Cup Wednesday Afternoon Discounted Deal with Scotland (225926) minus the goal-line versus Argentina (225925). Best of luck for us — Frank.
At 3:00 PM ET on Wednesday, we will be playing England (225921) minus the Goal-Line versus Japan (225922). THE SITUATION: England (2-0-0) has clinched winning Group D with their second straight win last Friday with their 1-0 victory over Argentina. Japan (1-1-0) comes off a 2-1 win over Scotland last Thursday.
REASONS TO TAKE ENGLAND MINUS THE GOAL-LINE: The biggest question for the Three Lionesses is how manager Phil Neville will treat this match since they have already qualified for the Knockout Stage. While substituting key players is tempting to give them a rest while avoiding injury, a consideration for Neville is to have his best players take the pitch with the goal of using this high profile match to produce a statement win over a Japanese team that won the 2011 Women’s World Cup before losing in the championship in 2015. Inner confidence might be the biggest vulnerability for these Lionesses who finished in the Semifinals of the 2015 Women’s World Cup before losing in the Semifinals to host nation the Netherlands in the 2017 Euro Championship. Sure enough, Neville, the former Manchester United defender, has made it clear that he wants to use this match as a measuring stick. Said Neville: "And we want to continue and build the momentum that we've built in the first two games. So I'll be picking my best side to win the game … I want us to have played three, won three, and affect the mindset of other people in the tournament, but more importantly give my players more confidence … Forget the group permutations - I think playing three, winning three in a group everyone said was the 'group of death' would send a strong statement … We're watching the USA play, we're watching Germany, France. They're winning their groups and we need to keep up with them.” Neville has a loaded roster at his disposal who won the She Believes Up played earlier this year in a prestigious tournament that includes USA, Japan, and Brazil. Japan snapped a five-game winless streak on Friday with their victory over Scotland. The Nadeshiko Japan is a team in transition that went much younger after their flameout in 2016 where they failed to qualify for the Olympics. The average age of this team is around 24-years old which is three years younger than the 2015 group. With youth comes inexperience. Size is also a concern for this group. While Japan remains a rich soccer nation, this roster is not as proven nor talented as past teams. Their nil-nil draw with an Argentina team ranked 37th in the world by FIFA and 36th in the world by ELO is telling.
FINAL TAKE: When these two teams played on March 5th in the She Believes Cup, England dominated with a 3-0 victory. The Three Lionesses still remember their heartbreaking loss to Japan in the Semifinals of the 2015 Women’s World Cup where their Laura Bassett scored an own goal in the 92nd minute to produce a heartbreaking 2-1 defeat. The opportunity for revenge along with making a big statement moving into the Knockout Stage will likely be irresistible for this team. 25* Women’s World Cup Group D Match of the Year with England (225921) minus the Goal-Line versus Japan (225922). Best of luck for us — Frank.
Frank Sawyer has been the handicapper for the stars ever since he started working in the film industry over 20 years ago. In 1997, Frank decided to make his personal bets available to the public and his Hollywood Sports was born. His service has been ranked #1 by the Sports Monitor in Oklahoma City. Frank's style combines his veteran handicapping instincts with cutting edge statistical metric analysis to make him one of the most distinct, diverse and reliable handicappers in the business. One look at his Game Reports illustrates the difference he brings to the betting window. Frank bets football, basketball, baseball, hockey, soccer and horse racing (he has been a professional racehorse owner). He ranks his plays with a simple 10*, 20* and 25* rating system that serves as a money management guide: 10* plays warrant a standard bet; 20* plays are strong enough to warrant a doubling of a standard bet; 25* plays are Frank's highest rated play and it is recommended to invest 2.5 to 3 times a standard bet. Frank's signature play is his *A-List* release which is reserved for only the most rare and elite betting situations. You can follow his daily sports trials and tribulations (with few jokes thrown in) on Twitter: FrankSawyer_HS