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Saturday Fixtures 26th October

 

UEFA Women’s World Cup Qualification Round


Macedonia FYR 1 – 3 Czech Republic

Belarus 3 – 1 Montenegro

Croatia 0 – 1 Slovakia

Bosnia-Herzegovina 0 – 1 Sweden

Bulgaria 1 – 1 Kazakhstan

Serbia 1 – 1 Denmark

Greece 1 – 7 Belgium

Slovenia 0 – 13 Germany

Norway 7 – 0 Albania

Portugal 0 – 7 Netherlands

Hungary 0 – 3 Austria

Scotland 2 – 0 Northern Ireland

England 2 – 0 Wales

Italy – Serie A


Chiasiellis 4 – 0 Napoli

Como 2000 1 – 0 Inter Milano

Pordenone 3 – 1 Riviera di Romagna

Mozzanica 9 – 0 Scalese

Japan’s Nadeshiko League


NTV Beleza 1 – 0 INAC Leonessa

Takatsuki 0 – 9 Albirex Niigata

Urawa Reds 2 – 4 Vegalta Sendai

 

 

Sunday Fixtures 27th October

 

 

England Women’s Premier Northern League


Newcastle United (off) Wolverhampton

Sheffield FC (off) Nottingham Forest

England Women’s Premier Southern League


Portsmouth (off) West Ham United

 

UEFA Women’s World Cup Qualification Round


Spain 6 – 0 Estonia

Israel 2 – 0 Malta

Japan’s Nadeshiko League


Yunogo Belle 7 – 1 Kibi Univ

Iga Kunoichi 0 – 2 JEF United

 

South America – Copa Libertadores Femenina


Mundo Futuro 1 – 0 JC Sport Girls

Colo Colo 5 – 1 Nacional

Rocafuerte 1 – 0 Everton

São José 1 – 0 Cerro Porteño

International Women’s Friendly

      

United States 4 – 1 New Zealand 

3 Comments
  1. gromit 6 years ago

    I was not talking about wish, but about prediction ;o)

  2. Ken Suzuki 6 years ago

    Yes, it looks Beleza has just overcome the largest obstacle to runner-up by beating INAC. But I want Okayama wins this race because they are the better of the two. Both beat INAC but Okayama did it before Kobe won the league which makes it more valuable victory. (I read some reports INAC is in a kind of “testing” mode now rather than 100% serious for winning.) I believe Miyama & Company would have a better chance against Wolfsburg.

  3. gromit 6 years ago

    So… Since NTV will win for sure against Takahashi on the last game, Vegata Sendai won’t be able to finish second, even if beating both Beleza and Okayama.

    But… Seeing that two points only are separating NTV and Belle, if Vegata beats NTV and loses against Okayama ((who will beat Osaka of course), Aya Miyama’s team could finish second, one point ahead Beleza…

    However, I don’t believe in a NTV’s loss against Sendai. My prediction, then, is the current status quo until the end…

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