Netherlands vs. Japan: 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup TV channel, live stream, watch online, prediction, pick

The last quarterfinal spot at the 2019 Women's World Cup is on the line Tuesday as Japan and the Netherland square off in Rennes. The Asian nation has made the last two finals and won it all in 2011. However, Japan enters this game as the slight underdog against a Dutch team that has gone undefeated at the tournament. 

Here's how you can watch the match and what to know:

World Cup: Netherlands vs. Japan

  • Date: Tuesday, June 25
  • Time: 3 p.m. ET
  • Location: Roazhon Park; Rennes, France
  • TV channel: FS1 and Universo
  • Streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)
  • Odds: Netherlands -0.5 (-125) | Japan +0.5 (+105) | O/U: 2.5

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Storylines

Netherlands: The Dutch made their first World Cup in 2015 and performed well there, getting to the round of 16. But three wins in the group stage and a perfect record has them shooting for higher this time around. They are confident, quick and technically sound and can make history with one more win.

Japan: The second youngest team at the cup and the youngest remaining team, Japan lost to England last time out but you can argue the squad outplayed Phil Neville's team. The Nadeshiko continue to improve, and though they are a ways away from reaching the level of the 2015 and 2011 teams, they believe and have the team unity that is needed to make a run. They won't be an easy out. 

Netherlands vs. Japan prediction

Vivianne Miedema scores twice and the Netherlands advances to the quarterfinals for the first time.

Pick: Netherlands 2, Japan 1

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