Norway beat Thailand and Ivory Coast and drew with Germany in their opening matches. They have 45 shots this tournament and eight goals. Their physicality gives them a slight edge over England, but they will need to maintain possession to take down their opponent. England has been a defensive force all tournament long allowing just 34 shots and only three goals thus far. However, England are far from just a defensive team. They are also strong on the attack and have an ability to get shots off.
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USA vs Colombia
The USWNT hasn't looked like the unbeatable team many were hoping they would be in the Women's World Cup. They have had a hard time getting their attack going and their defense has had some weak moments. Abby Wambach finally got her first goal of the tournament in their last game against Nigeria. Despite their flaws they are still the USA and they are still one of the top teams in the world. Colombia have proven that they are more than capable of taking down a top team. They took down France 2-0 during the group stage of the tournament. They will be without their goalkeeper Sandra Sepulveda who was issued her second yellow card of the tournament against England. Starting in her place will be 21-year-old Stefany Castano who has eight international caps. The counter attack has been Colombia's strength and they will have to exploit it to make it work for them against the USA.
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Morgan Brian, Carli Lloyd and Meghan Klingenberg are all on the USA roster. Former Dash player Whitney Engen is also with the US team in Canada.