Women’s World Cup
July 11, 2011 by staff
Women’s World Cup, Former U.S. champion were installed as the new favorite (2.05) for the Women’s World Cup after a dramatic quarterfinal. America, World Cup champion in 1991 & 1999, edged a thrilling quarterfinal with Brazil, which was finally resolved on penalties after finishing 2-2. Three of the four quarterfinal with England needs more time to share the fate of Brazil, exit penalties.
Hosts Germany were the main victims after being defeated 1-0 to Japan in overtime in front of a shocked home support in Wolfsburg. The Germans had a short-price favorite to win a third consecutive World Cup@1.90 but its surprising elimination has opened up the draw for the competition takes place for the semifinals.
Japan is still regarded as the email@example.com after beating Germany. No Asian nation went on to win the Women’s World Cup with five events shared between North America (3) and Europe (2).
France ended the hopes of England as the Three Lions lose on penalties to Les Bleus now 5.25 to lift the trophy for the first time. The major engines have been Sweden, after their 3-1 defeat of Australia, who has seen her chances decreased from 15.0 to 4.0. Sweden was the only nation that does not need extra time or penalties in the quarterfinals and now face Japan in the last four years.
A replay of the final U.S. 2003 – Sweden is the result favored by the bookies. Both sides have already met in the group stage with Sweden winning 2-1. The semifinals will take place on Wednesday with the finals scheduled for Sunday in Frankfurt.
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