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Canada vs Australia 7/31/2023 Analysis, Game Tips and Picks

Canada vs Australia 7/31/2023 Analysis, Game Tips and Picks

Canada will go against Australia in Women’s FIFA World Cup action in Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, on Monday, July 31, 2023, at 6:00 AM ET. The outcome of the match might determine whether either team advances further in the competition. The Canadians just defeated Ireland 2-1 after mounting a comeback. When Katie McCabe gave the Irish the lead in the fourth minute, they immediately gave up a goal. In the first half’s extra time, Megan Connolly’s own goal restored parity, and Adriana Leon’s goal eight minutes into the second half gave the Olympic champions the lead. 

Adriana Leon scored one goal (12th in the 2023 Women’s World Cup) while playing for Canada in two tournament games. Sophie Schmidt played in Canada’s two World Cup games and recorded one assist, her fourth of the tournament, without scoring a goal. Similarly to how Kerr dominated most of the headlines surrounding the Matildas’ World Cup thus far, Sinclair’s role and fitness raised significant concerns for Canada, who must be much more focused than their opening 45 minutes against the Irish. 

  • Canada is yet to play a game in which it is the underdog in this contest. According to the money line, Canada has a 31.3% probability of winning this match.
  • Canada ranks 12th in the Women’s World Cup offensively (two goals, 1.0 goals per game). 
  • Canada ranks sixth defensively (0.5 goals allowed per game; one goal allowed).

Canada vs Australia 7/31/2023 Analysis, Game Tips and Picks

Australia, however, lost against Nigeria 3-2 after allowing their advantage to slip. In first-half stoppage time, Emily van Egmond gave the Matildas a deserving advantage, but Uchenna Kanu tied the game with the Super Falcons’ last kick. Osinachi Ohale and Asisat Oshoala scored goals for Nigeria in the second half to give them a two-goal advantage before Alanna Kennedy scored a late consolation goal for the co-hosts. Australia is now in third place in Group B after the loss with three points, while Canada is second and tied with Nigeria on four points.

Kyra Cooney-Cross played in two Women’s World Cup matches for Australia without scoring a goal. However, she has one assist—fourth in the competition—in those games. Caitlin Foord has one assist for Australia in Women’s World Cup play despite not scoring any goals. Alanna Kennedy has one goal in two Women’s World Cup games. Emily van Egmond scored one goal in tournament action (but no assists). The condition of Sam Kerr, Australia’s finest player, is the most crucial piece of information going into this game. She is anticipated to make her lineup comeback after missing the first two matches due to a calf issue. Without her, the Australians managed to score three goals, but two came in the dying seconds of a game they were down 3-1, and one came from a dubious penalty.

  • Australia ranks 21st defensively (three goals allowed, 1.5 goals allowed per game).
  • According to the money line, Australia has a 44.2% probability of dominating this match.
  • Australia ranks tenth in the Women’s World Cup offensively (three goals, 1.5 goals per game). Australia’s goal differential of 0 places them 17th in the Women’s World Cup.

Canada vs Australia. The Women’s FIFA World Cup pick for this game is Canada. The Australians have a specific goal going into their last group game: to get three points. Although there are plus odds for all three scenarios on Monday, Canada has the safety net of qualifying with a draw, which is likely part of the reason why the co-hosts start as small favorites. As the two clear favorites to win Group B of this World Cup, Australia, and Canada will now face one another on Monday in Australia in what will basically be a knockout game. With four points, Nigeria leads Group B ahead of Canada on the basis of goals scored. Both teams were predicted to win their groups and advance. Going into the tournament, it was anticipated that this game would decide who would place first and second. However, that did not happen. Canada will go to the knockout rounds with a draw, while Australia would like to advance with a victory. Sam Kerr’s comeback will help the co-hosts, but if they repeat their defensive mistakes against Nigeria, they risk losing in front of their supporters. There isn’t much between the Australians and Canadians on the underlying scoreboard, but it’s crucial to remember that Australia played most of its minutes with multiple goals against Nigeria. Canada performed better with ball movement and box entrances at both ends of the pitch when the game state is considered. Canada will win to a predicted score of 2-1.

Women’s FIFA World Cup Starting Time: 6:00 AM ET

Location Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Australia

Date: Monday, July 31, 2023

TV: FOX US, Fox Sports 2

Women’s FIFA World Cup Odds: Canada +220, Australia +120, Draw +220

Women’s FIFA World Cup Totals: 2.5


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