Super Falcons vs Canada: Lineups and Odds – Women’s World Cup

Super Falcons vs Canada: Lineups and Odds – Women’s World Cup
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In what promises to be an exciting clash on the world stage, the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup presents a compelling matchup between the Super Falcons of Nigeria and the Canadian national team.

Scheduled for July 21 at 03:30 AM GMT+1, the Group B encounter will unfold at the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium.

Super Falcons vs Canada Probable Lineups – Women's World Cup

Super Falcons (Nigeria)

Goalkeeper: Chiamaka Nnadozie
Defenders: Michelle Alozie, Oluwatosin Demehin, Onome Ebi, Ashleigh Plumptre
Midfielders: Toni Payne, Halimatu Ayinde, Jennifer Echegini, Rasheedat Ajibade, Christy Ucheibe
Forwards: Asisat Oshoala

Canada

Goalkeeper: Kailen Sheridan
Defenders: Ashley Lawrence, Kdeisha Buchana, Vanessa Gilles, Allysha Chapman
Midfielders: Julia Grosso, Sophie Schmidt, Jessie Fleming
Forwards: Adriana Leon, Jordyn Huitema, Christine Sinclair

The Super Falcons, led by their talented squad, will be aiming to showcase their prowess on the pitch. Barcelona's Asisat Oshoala is set to be the crucial player for the Super Falcons in the tournament, boasting an impressive record of 30 goals in 41 international matches to date. If she finds the net during this championship, she will make history as the first African player to score in three separate editions of the Women's World Cup.

Meanwhile, Canada, bolstered by a formidable lineup, will be eager to assert their dominance and secure a victory.

Super Falcons vs Canada Confirmed Lineups – Women's World Cup

*Confirmed lineups will be updated automatically when they're released.

Nigeria Women

Nigeria Women
4-2-3-1
16
Chiamaka Nnadozie
ng
22
Michelle Alozie
ng
14
Oluwatosin Demehin
ng
2
Ashleigh Plumptre
ng
3
Osinachi Ohale
ng
10
Christy Ucheibe
ng
13
Deborah Ajibola Abiodun
ng
6
Ifeoma Chukwufumnay Onumonu
ng
7
Toni Payne
ng
17
Francisca Ordega
ng
8
Asisat Oshoala
ng
Substitutes
11
Gift Monday
ng
23
Yewande Balogun
ng
19
Onyi Echegini
ng
20
Rofiat Adenike Imuran
ng
21
Esther Okoronkwo
ng
12
Uchenna Kanu
ng
1
Tochukwu Oluehi
ng
4
Glory Ogbonna
ng
5
Onome Ebi
ng

Canada Women

ca
4-2-3-1
1
Kailen Sheridan
ca
10
Ashley Lawrence
ca
3
Kadeisha Buchanan
ca
14
Vanessa Gilles
ca
8
Jayde Riviere
ca
5
Quinn
ca
7
Julia Grosso
ca
9
Jordyn Huitema
ca
12
Christine Sinclair
ca
6
Deanne Rose
ca
19
Adriana Leon
ca
Substitutes
23
Olivia Smith
ca
21
Simi Awujo
ca
18
Sabrina D'Angelo
ca
13
Sophie Schmidt
ca
4
Shelina Zadorsky
ca
20
Cloe Zoe Eyja Lacasse
ca
11
Evelyne Viens
ca
16
Gabrielle Carle
ca
15
Nichelle Prince
ca
17
Jessie Fleming
ca
2
Alllysha Chapman
ca
22
Lysianne Proulx
ca

Super Falcons vs Canada Odds Today

As per the latest Women's World Cup odds, Canada enters the match as the favorites, with bookmakers giving them a considerable advantage.

The Canadian team holds odds of -324 to win, reflecting their strong standing in the competition. On the other hand, Nigeria is considered the underdogs, with odds of +883. The possibility of a draw is set at +415.

The Opta supercomputer projects Canada to have a 58.4% chance of clinching the victory, underscoring their potential to emerge triumphant in this encounter.

Super Falcons vs Canada – Streaming Info

Football enthusiasts from various parts of the world can catch all the action live through different streaming platforms.

Nigeria

Viewers in Nigeria will have multiple options to enjoy the match.

  • SS Variety 3 (English)
  • Afrosport TV (English)
  • SS Variety 3 (English)
  • SS FOOTBALL (ENGLISH)
  • SS Laliga (English)

United States

The match will be available for streaming on FuboTV, FOX, and Peacock in Spanish.

United Kingdom

Fans can tune in to BBC 2 to catch the live broadcast of the match.

Canada

The Canadian audience can watch the game on CTV, TSN, and RDS in French.

This article was most recently revised and updated 10 months ago

Rababe Koussaimi, a 22-year-old journalist, is deeply passionate about the world of sports. She grew up in a footballing environment, supporting both Bayern Munich and Wydad Athletic Club. She began her English journalism career by hosting a podcast for the first English radio station in Morocco. Currently, the Moroccan journalist channels her enthusiasm into writing and conducting extensive research, creating insightful and engaging content for GoalBall Live readers.