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Australia crushes Jamaica 4-1, while Brazil edges Italy 1-0 in the Women’s World Cup: Live stream, game time thread, how to watch

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Italy is sitting pretty, while Brazil needs a result. Then Jamaica will put everything on the line to upset Australia.

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Jamaica v Italy: Group C - 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup France Photo by Tullio M. Puglia/Getty Images

Australia 4, Jamaica 1

[Update: 4:55PM]: When Jamaica got close, Sam Kerr took over. With two goals already in hand, Kerr added two more in the 69th and 83rd minutes respectively to push Australia to a victory.

[Update: 4:05PM]: The Matildas are holding off Jamaica and behind a brace from Sam Kerr (11’ and 42’).

Meanwhile, Havana Solaun cut into that lead with a goal in the 49th minute.

Brazil 1, Italy 0

[Update: 4:55PM]: Marta’s 74th minute penalty kicker conversion was the difference in the game.

[Update: 4:05PM]: This game is still scoreless in the second half.


Group C: Italy vs Brazil (3pm EST)

This is not necessarily a big game for Italy: having beaten both Jamaica (5-0!) and Australia (2-1) with a goal difference of +6, the Italians are essentially already through to the next round. For Brazil, though, there is some pressure to get a result to avoid being leapfrogged by Australia, which trails by only two goals but will play the weak Jamaican team at the same time. Italy may rest some players in anticipation of the knockout round.

Group C: Australia vs Jamaica (3pm EST)

The weakest team in the tournament, Jamaica, is clinging to life with no points and a goal difference of -8. They will need a small miracle to upset Australia, which surprised Brazil 3-2. The most likely outcome is a win by Australia, but the Reggae Girlz have nothing to lose at this point.


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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