Team GB will try to support an unbeaten campaign against the Matildas in the group stage when they meet in Kashima
Great Britain will have hopes of a semi-final and a chance to bring home an Olympic medal in the back of their minds Australia in Tokyo 2020 in the quarterfinals.
Team GB will advance to the final fourth in the women’s tournament, but on their way a Matildas team is determined to deliver their own success against undefeated enemies.
Before the match, Purpose has the details on how to watch TV, stream online, team news and more.
TV channel, live streaming and how to watch
In the United States (US) this year the USWNT Olympics soccer matches can be watched live and on demand fuboTV (watch with a free 7-day trial).
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Team news and schedules
|Position||Great Britain grid|
|Goalkeepers||Maciver, Roebuck, Telford|
|Defenders||Bright, Bronze, Daly, Houghton, Stokes, Williamson, Wubben-Moy|
|Midfielders||Ingle, Little, Scott, Walsh, Weir|
|Forwards||Charles, Hemp, Kirby, Parris, Stanway, Toone, White|
With two wins and a draw in Group E, Team GB were among the favorites for medals in Tokyo, but their biggest challenge still under Hege Riise’s watch.
At the helm of Ellen White up front, with Caroline Weir set to start in midfield, there will be no shortage of capable match-winners among a team that wants to write their own history in Japan.
Predicted Britain starts XI: Roebuck; Bronze, Williamson, Bright, Stokes; Scott, Ingle; Daily, Weir, Stanway; White.
|Goalkeepers||Williams, Micah, Arnold|
|Defenders||Polkinghorne, Kennedy, Catley, Carpenter, Nevin, Grant, Brock|
|Midfielders||Cooney-Cross, Liège, Logarzo, Kellond-Knight, Van Egmond, Yallop|
|Forwards||Kerr, Foord, Fowler, Gielnik, Raso, Simon|
Matildas qualifies as one of the top two third-place finishes in the group stage, and the Matildas fall behind in the last eight on a shameless goalless draw with world champions USWNT – and they will try to break a long-standing Olympic game. hoodoo.
They have never progressed beyond the quarterfinals at the games – but with dynamite options like Sam Kerr up front, they clearly have the talent to deliver a big result against their significantly more colored opponents.
Predicted Australia starts XI: Miga; Carpenter, Polkinghorne, Kennedy; Simon, Van Egmond, Yallop, Catley; Fowler, Kerr, Foord.
Last five results
|Great Britain’s results||Australia results|
|Canada 1-1 Great Britain (July 27)||USWNT 0-0 Australia (July 27)|
|Japan 0-1 Great Britain (July 24)||Sweden 4-2 Australia (July 24)|
|Great Britain 2-0 Chile (July 21)||Australia 2-1 New Zealand (July 21)|
|Great Britain 3-0 New Zealand (July 14)||Japan 1-0 Australia (July 14)|
|Great Britain 0-2 Canada (3 Aug 2012)||Sweden 0-0 Australia (15 Jun)|