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Japan v Sweden Womens World Cup Odds

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Jul/10/2011
Japan v Sweden Womens World Cup Odds

Japan v Sweden Womens World Cup odds had Japan at 8/5, Sweden at 6/4 and the draw at 11/5.  These are early odds and subject to change.  女子ワールドカップの賭けオッズ Kvinnors VM - Vinnarspel - Alla marknader  Those living in the US can bet here

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Japan upset Germany to advance to Wednesday’s semi finals. 

"I am so happy. We all fought together until the end," Karina Maruyama said. "It was not my success, but that of the whole team."

Maruyama came in as a substitute and kicked the only goal of the game.

Germany had not lost a World Cup game going back to a quarterfinal defeat to the U.S. in 1999.

For Japan, this is an emotional win for a country that has been devastated by the March earthquake and tsunami. 

After the game, the Japanese players united behind a Japanese banner saying, "To our friends around the world -- Thank you for your support," recognizing the global aid in the wake of the deadly earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan in March.

Sweden, meanwhile, scored two goals in the first 16 minutes of its win over Australia.  Six of Sweden's first-half shots came from inside the box, including both goals.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com 

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