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Argentina have an uphill battle against Japan in Monday’s opening match. Later, Christine Sinclair looks to lead Canada past Cameroon.

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There are only two matches taking place on Monday with Argentina facing Japan and Canada taking on Cameroon.

Argentina and Japan will give most fans their introduction to Estefania Banini. It’s the first time she’s been on the world stage since this is the first World Cup that Argentina has qualified for since 2007. She’s a fantastic player, and you should watch her. Japan is going to be a tough out for any team, however, and while not one of top few favorites to win, they’re in that next tier. For Bayern Munich fans, former midfielder Mana Iwabuchi is on the Japanese squad.

The later match features one of the greatest players of all time in Canada’s Christine Sinclair. She’s only a few goals behind Abby Wambach for the most ever international goals, and the possibility exists that she’ll break that record in this tournament. Canada should get past Cameroon pretty easily, but you never know in this sport. All it takes is one bounce to go your way, and magic can happen.

If you’re looking to watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, fuboTV has you for your streaming needs and, as always, Live Soccer TV can tell you where to find the World Cup on television or streaming in your country.

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