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Unibet Predictions: Vietnam W – Netherlands W Predictions and Tips For Today

Vietnam W - Netherlands W PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Unibet Predictions for Today, August 1, 2023.
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EVENT: Vietnam W – Netherlands W
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Vietnam W – Netherlands W Predictions and Preview

  • With the group stages of the 2023 Women’s World Cup (WWC) drawing to a close, both Vietnam and the Netherlands have the pleasure of heading into the final round in Group E with perfect clarity on what they can achieve. For Vietnam, their flights home are already booked after two losses ‘to nil’, while for the Netherlands the clearest path to punching their tickets to the knockout rounds is simply to avoid defeat here.
  • The debut WWC tournament for FIFA’s #32 ranked nation Vietnam hasn’t thus far been a fruitless endeavour, although some would argue the damage limitation of ‘only’ losing 2-0 and 3-0 as enormous outsiders to Portugal and the USA respectively has been commendable. Coach Mai Đức Chung will be hoping his Diamond Girls can sign off with a gem of a performance and something to smile about, as their current six-game losing streak doesn’t make for pretty reading.
  • Their Dutch counterparts should have much more optimism on their side, having played efficiently by scoring only twice to all but guarantee their spot in the knockouts. That includes a 1-0 win over Portugal in their Group E opener, before nearly avenging their 2019 WWC final loss to the USA by taking the lead in their last match, only to draw 1-1 come full-time.
  • Keeping tournament favourites USA at bay should serve as a confidence boost for the Dutch, who have now racked up a four-game unbeaten streak (W3, D1). That run has helped them move to the brink of a third consecutive knockout appearance, and securing that ought to be first and foremost on the mind of head coach Andries Jonker. Unwilling to settle for second though, the boss expressed his desire to win the group and avoid a Round of 16 date with Sweden that the second-placed side Netherlands look destined to book, claiming “you always have a preference for an opponent who on paper is less strong.”
  • Players to watch: Vietnam’s Nguyễn Thị Thanh Nhã may be the one to offer her country a reprieve, having scored two of their last four goals. Meanwhile, the Netherlands will be hoping their lucky charm Jill Roord can strike again, after her goal against the USA made it 16 international goalscoring outings without defeat (W14, D2).
  • Hot stat: Only three of the Netherlands’ last 11 matches saw both teams score on the day.