Japan Vs England 2015 FWWC BST Time, Telecast In England
Defending World Champion Japan will take on England in the semifinal fixture of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The match is to be played at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton on Wednesday, 1st July. Japan will come into this fixture on the back of 1–0 win over Australia in the quarterfinal stage while England will enter on the back of 2–1 victory over host nation Canada. Once again England and Japan will meet for the second straight Women’s World Cup after met in the last edition in which England defeated Japan 2–0. Check out here the details Japan vs England match BST Time, stats and Telecast Channels.
Japan Vs England BST Time, Telecast In England
|Competition||FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015|
|Date||1st July [GMT], 2nd July [BST]|
|Time||11.00 pm [GMT], 3.30 am [BST]|
|Stadium||Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton|
|Second team||Three Lionesses|
|Telecast Channels||CTV, RDS, TSN4, NHK Japan, BBC 3|
The match will be kicked off on 2nd July at 3.30 am according to England standard time. The match will be telecast on BBC3 and British EuroSport1 channels. See below the worldwide telecast channels:-
Japan: NHK Japan
England: BBC3, British EuroSport1
Canada: CTV, RDS, TSN4
United States: Fox Soccer 2Go USA
Australia: SBS One Australia
Russia: Eurosport Russia
Uruguay: DIRECTV Play Deportes
Chile: DIRECTV Sports Chile
Germany: EuroSport Deutschland
France: Eurosport France
Japan Vs England 2015 Women’s World Cup Match Preview
This is Japan second straight semifinal Women’s World Cup while England have reached for the first time in the Women’s World Cup semifinals. England is the sole semifinalist in this World Cup who hasn’t won the World Cup before.
Defending champions Japan are currently ranked 4th in the World while England 6th in the FIFA Women’s rankings. Japan is unbeatable in the tournament so far while England have lost just single game.
Japanese girls will try to continue their winning streak against UK girls. Japanese team getting stronger and stronger with their defense as the tournament progressed and it is expected to be another defensive tactics match.
Possible Starting Lineup
Japan: Kaihori, Kawamura, Ariyoshi, Sameshima, Kitahara, Sawa, Tanaka, Miyama, Kawasumi; Ohno, Ōgimi
England: Bardsley, Houghton, Rafferty, Bronze, Bassett, Moore, Scott, Williams, Chapman; Carney, Taylor