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Coming off of their monumental upset over Germany, Denmark comes into this one as the Cinderella story. Austria overcame Spain in penalty kicks to get this far. The winner books their place in the 2017 Women’s Euro Final. The game will be on fuboTV, Watch ESPN, ESPN3, UEFA TV, YouTube and Univision Deportes USA.
The second semifinal sees an increasingly impressive England side go against the host Netherlands. England has been led by runaway top goalscorer Jodie Taylor, who leads the rest of the field by at least three goals. This should be a cracking match. The game will be on fuboTV, Watch ESPN, ESPN3, UEFA TV, YouTube and Univision Deportes USA.
The inaugural Tournament of Nations begins it’s final day of action with Australia, who will surely secure the title barring a big loss, and Brazil, who will look to avoid slipping into last place in the final standings. Australia holds a three-point lead over the USA and a +3 goal differential. They will have to be wary about letting it get past there because the two are neck-and-neck in goals scored, the second tiebreaker. You can find the game on ESPN3 USA and WatchESPN.
Second-leg favorites Junior come into this one tied on aggregate 1-1. The game can be found on fuboTV, Fox Sports GO, FOX Deportes and FOX Soccer Match Pass.
The final match of the 2017 Tournament of Nations will be between USA and Japan in a clash of old rivals. USA needs a big win to entertain the thought of a tournament win as Australia created crucial separation with their upset win. Japan has been disappointing in this tournament, but hope to leapfrog the United States in the final standings. This game will be on fuboTV, Univision Deportes USA, ESPN2, ESPN3 USA and WatchESPN.