Asian Women’s Football Cup Live Scores, Blog

Australia and The Philippines face at AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2022. To rejoin the roar for live scores and commentary from 9 p.m. AEDT.

After an 18-0 victory over Indonesia, the Matildas face a tougher test in their second group game of the Asian Cup tournament.

Former Central Coast Mariners and Matildas coach Alen Stajcic took charge of the Philippines and has already picked up three points after a win over Thailand on his coaching debut for the Southeast Asian nation .

While the tournament opener proved to be nothing more than a practice run for the Australians, Stajcic’s women will deliver a much tougher performance, with defensive discipline and her knowledge of the staff Matildas potentially a talking point as the action unfolds. .

Nothing less than a win will be acceptable for the Aussies, with first place in their group a must.

The Philippines will be aiming for a place in the quarter-finals after their victory against Thailand and if they manage to score a point against the Australians, first place would still be within their reach.

It seems likely, but Stajcic has brought in quality foreign players to bolster the Philippines squad and the Australians will have to adapt quickly to an opposition they know little about.

While the Philippines’ hopes will be high, the Australians should have their measure in what will be a willing and passionate contest.

5-0 seems a possible score line, with the power and stamina of the Matildas likely to open the game in the second half.

Game Information

To start up: 9 p.m. (AEDT)
Place: Mumbai football arena, India
Broadcast: Channel Ten, 10 Bold (check local guides)
Diffusion: 10Play
Bet: Australia $1.08, raffle $6.50, Philippines $9.00


Mackenzie Arnold, Teagan Micah, Lydia Williams, Ellie Carpenter, Steph Catley, Charlotte Grant, Alanna Kennedy, Aivi Luik, Courtney Nevin, Clare Polkinghorne, Kyra Cooney-Cross, Emily van Egmond, Clare Wheeler, Tameka Yallop, Caitlin Foord, Mary Fowler , Emily Gielnik, Sam Kerr, Holly McNamara, Hayley Raso, Remy Siemsen, Kyah Simon, Cortnee Vine.

The Philippines
Ima Palacios, Kiara Fontanilla, Olivia McDaniel, Tara-Allison Randle, Hali Long, Kristen Bugay, Morgan Brown, Isabella Flanigan, Sofia Harrison, Katerina Guillou, Malea Cesar, Tahnai Annis, Kathleen Rodriguez, Jessica Miclat, Anicka Castaneda, Sara Castaneda, Keanne, Alamo, Chandler McDaniel, Carleigh Frilles, Sarina Bolden, Eva Madarang, Quinley Quezada.

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