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South Africa vs China, 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup – Preview, Prediction, Match Details and Live Streaming

South Africa and China are both expecting to get their FIFA Women’s World Cup battles ready for action when they go head to head at Parc des Princes on Thursday night.

South Africa vs China Team News

South Africa

South Africa were 20 minutes from creating an enormous stun in their first ever game at a World Cup however surrendered three late goals as Spain vanquished them 3-1 after they were additionally diminished to ten late on.

Thembi Kgatlana gave her side a 25th-minute lead with two penalties scored by Hermoso either side of Nothando Vilakazi’s red card demonstrating to be the difference before a late Lucia Garcia goal sealed the result.

Vilakazi will sit out this game following the two yellows she got in the Group B opener and her absence could open the door for one of the more inexperienced individuals from the squad to have her place in the beginning line-up.


China were aggressive against Germany and made it disappointing for the side ranked second in the world yet the pressure eventually told as the Germans sentenced the Chinese to a 1-0 defeat.

The misfortune was only China’s second defeat in their opening match at a World Cup however this is the second successive tournament that it has happened at as inquiries regarding the quality of this side remain.

Jiahui Lou is a doubt for this challenge after she was taken off in the first half following a nasty knock to her ankle against Germany whilst Yao Wei’s participation is likewise in uncertainty after she was removed at half-time.

South Africa vs China Latest Odds

888Sport make the Steel Roses 11/25 (1.44) to bounce back with a success after their narrow defeat to one of the tournament top choices.

It is 7/1 (8.0) that South Africa figure out how to pull off the upset of the challenge so far whilst the draw, which would not be the desirable result for either team, can be backed at 13/4 (4.25).

South Africa vs China Match Prediction

South Africa performed outstandingly in their opening match of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup yet the nerves started to appear towards the finish of their debut game in the competition. They looked set for a well known success before three late goals sentenced them to defeat. They presently face China in what will be another intense game after they pushed Germany close in their opening experience. Whilst clacking the talent that they used to boast, the Chinese still have a better than average team and ought to have enough to see off South Africa.

South Africa vs China Tips and Predictions

South Africa to score under 0.5 goals is priced at 41/50 (1.82) however the 27/25 (2.08) quote on China to win to nil looks the best approach in Paris.

As well as an amazing defensive exertion against Germany, the Steel Roses offered plenty going ahead and ought to have enough to see off their adversaries on Thursday.

Here’s how individuals can watch the South Africa vs China match and what to know:

When is South Africa vs China happening?

The South Africa vs China match will happen on Thursday 13th June 2019 – 20:00 (UK).

Where is South Africa vs China happening?

The South Africa vs China match will be played at Parc des Princes, Paris.

What TV channel is South Africa vs China on?

Individuals can watch the match live on BBC Red Button. All Women’s World Cup matches are on Fubo TV. Through Fox Sports 1 and NBC Universo.

Where can individuals stream South Africa vs China?

UK customers can stream this match through BBC iPlayer, US customers can stream this match through NBC Sports Live Extra. In America, individuals can watch South Africa vs China live streaming on fuboTV.

Where can individuals get tickets for South Africa vs China?



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Dan Zinman started his career as an astronomer and college professor and quickly expanded into popularizing the understanding of science and scientific discovery. He did this through writing books, essays, and articles. He is contributing by writing news articles for timebulletin.com.