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Watch New Zealand Vs. England Women's World Cup Germany 2011 Group B Live Stream Online, July 1, 2011

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Watch New Zealand Vs. England Women's World Cup Germany 2011 Group B Live Stream Online, July 1, 2011

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Match Preview : An England goalkeeper getting caught out by a long- range shot at a World Cup is nothing new, so Karen Bardsley joined good company last Monday evening.

Mexico’s Monica Ocampo saw her speculative effort from distance beat the despairing dive of the England No. 1, as all of the good work that Hope Powell’s side had put in until then was undone.

The reward for that earlier positivity had come in the form of Fara Williams’ looping header but, floored by an equaliser which could be attributed to a goalkeeper’s lack of concentration, England eventually had to settle for a 1-1 draw against a side from the Americas in their opening match of the tournament.
“It's definitely a must-win game, three points will set us up nicely going into the [last group] game against Japan,” said Williams, a 27-year-old midfielder for Everton who has 93 caps for her country, scoring 35 goals.

“If you look at all the groups and all the games it's mostly one goal that has won it. Goals will be important, but first of all, getting the three points is the most important and if it's 1-0 to us then we will take that.”

Playing against a New Zealand team which recorded an 8-0 semi-final victory and an 11-0 final win during their qualifying tournament, then the prospect of a one-goal margin of victory should surely see England snap several hands off.

“I don't think there is a team as good as New Zealand for the work-rate they put in for 90 minutes,” continued Williams.

“They are going to do that on Friday and it will make it difficult for us.”

With, as Williams states, this match inserted firmly into the ‘must-win’ column for England, Powell may be tempted into making changes, meaning that every one of the 21-strong squad will need to be ready, especially with Williams and skipper Faye White –
“I struggled in the last 10 minutes which was expected," continued Williams. “I'm just glad I made it through the 90 minutes.”

England will be too, and will be looking for another strong performance from their all-action midfielder, as well as hoping that Eni Aluko can take any chances that fall her way, unlike on Monday.
A win would inject some new hope into Powell’s side, and allow them to get over the disappointment of Mexico should they still be feeling it.

Regardless of their big wins in qualifying, New Zealand are facing tougher opposition here, and England can earn the victory that they so crave – a win that would go a long way towards qualification for the latter stages.

As far as they are concerned, then the comparisons with recent English World Cups will hopefully end there.
Watch New Zealand Vs. England Women's World Cup Germany 2011 Group B Live Stream Online, July 1, 2011

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