Australia vs Nigeria – Preview, Prediction, and Betting Tips | 27.07.2023

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Australia vs Nigeria – Women’s World Cup | Date: Thursday, 27th July 2023 | Kick-off: 10:00 GMT [11:00 WAT] | Venue: Suncorp Stadium
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Australia vs Nigeria – Prediction

Bookmaker Ratings prediction one: Australia to Win – ‘xx’

Australia to Win:

Australia enters this match as the favorites with their strong squad and home advantage. They possess a talented team with a solid track record in women’s football. Expect Australia to dominate the game and secure a victory over Nigeria.
Bookmaker Ratings prediction two: Total Goals Over 2.5 – ‘xx’

Total Goals Over 2.5:

This match could see a good number of goals due to the attacking capabilities of both teams. Australia and Nigeria possess quality offensive players who can create scoring opportunities. Expect an exciting and potentially high-scoring encounter.

Australia vs Nigeria – Preview:

Australia is known for their physicality and aggressive style of play. They possess a well-rounded team with strong defenders and dynamic attackers. Australia will look to dominate possession, utilize their wingers’ pace, and put pressure on the Nigerian defense.
Nigeria faces a challenging task against a technically superior Australian team. They will rely on their defensive organization and team unity to limit Australia’s attacking opportunities. Nigeria’s focus will be on remaining compact and disciplined, looking for chances to counter-attack.

Australia vs Nigeria – Predicted Lineups:

Australia: Williams, Carpenter, Polkinghorne, Catley, Raso, Logarzo, Yallop, Foord, Kerr, Gielnik, van Egmond
Nigeria: Oluehi, Okeke, Ohale, Ebi, Oparanozie, Ayinde, Chikwelu, Okobi, Oshoala, Ordega, Uchendu

FAQ for Australia vs Nigeria:

Where will this fixture be played?
Thursday’s game will be played at Suncorp Stadium.
What time is the kick-off?
Kick-off: 10:00 GMT [11:00 WAT] | 27.07.2023
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