September 27, 2021

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Forecast and when they will play in the Tokyo 2020 final

EFE Sweden, Current second place, and Canada, The bronze medalists in Rio 2016 and London 2012 are one step away in history if their country wins the first gold in women’s football. Olympic Games, A tournament scheduled to play from 07:00 (12:00 GMT) Peru time this Friday.

Humidity of 33 degrees and 59 percent is expected in Tokyo by the time it is scheduled for tomorrow. .

The last-minute decision of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is still pending, with both teams finalizing details for a match in which both come undefeated, but Sweden started out as favorites.

He defeated the United States and started the tournament.

The final hurdle is the last stumbling block, and very difficult. Using the error of a 0-1 match goalkeeper, he suffers to get a pass from there. But they returned to the final after a 2-1 defeat to Germany in Rio 2016, giving their players a second chance to change football.

Caroline Seker, the European cap athlete with the most hats in history, and Hedwick Lindall, who is competing in his fifth Olympics at the age of 38, will have the opportunity to make up for it.

A team characterized by its offensive ability, led by Stina Blacksteinius, who scored four goals in the tournament, is the biggest threat to Canada, however, it has always had the best score nationally in its rankings. Female and male type.

187 goals in 203 games with the Canadian jersey endorse Christine Sinclair, and the 38-year-old could reach the jackpot at team level. Five World Cups and four Olympics leave Brazil and the United States on the road and face his first final.

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Sinclair experience and Fleming’s future are the best arguments for gold. Chelsea forwarded to the United States on penalties and brought Canada into its first Olympic final, confirming his goal when he amassed individual trophies in the lower divisions: the Confederations Under-17 Championship Golden Ball in 2013, the Canadian U-2014 and the 17-year-old best player in his country from 2015 to 2017 Selected as Best U-20 Footballer.

Possible rows:

Sweden: Lindall; Glass, Illustrated, Bjorn, Erickson; Angeldale, Shaker; Jacobson, Aslani, Rolpo; Blackstinius.

Canada: Labbe; Lawrence, Gilles, Buchanan, Chapman; Quinn, Fleming, Sinclair; Prince Y. Pescike.