MFST World Cup Quarterfinal predictions
The 2015 Women’s World Cup from Canada is flying by. We are down to eight teams left. We will soon be down to the final four. Heading into the Quarterfinals, the defending champion Japan is still alive, so is the U.S. and host country Canada. Seven of the top ten teams in the world are left. The competition is fierce at this stage and everybody is good enough to claim a piece of history.
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Let’s take a quick look back at the Round of 16 results and how our MyFantasySportsTalk.com writers did in their predictions…
China beat Cameroon 1-0
U.S. beat Colombia 2-0
Germany beat Sweden 4-1
France beat Korea Rep 3-0
Australia beat Brazil 1-0
Japan beat Netherlands 2-1
England beat Norway 2-1
Canada beat Switzerland 1-0
Cesar Guitierrez- 5-3
Brandon Reid- 6-2
Colby Gatz- 7-1
Kevin Eaton- 5-3
Dustin Brown- 6-2
Zach Howerton- 7-1
Another strong round of predictions by the MFST writers. As we move on to our Quarterfinal predictions, the matchups get more and intense and the picks get harder. Still two more grueling matches for any country that hopes to make it to the 2015 World Cup Final. None of our writers completely agreed on the Round of 16 predictions, let’s see what they think about the Quarterfinals…
|Cesar Guitierrez||Brandon Reid||Colby Gatz||Kevin Eaton||Dustin Brown||Zach Howerton|
Who do you think will be in the 2015 Women’s World Cup Finals? Let us know what you think about the Women’s World Cup from Canada so far in our comment section below.
Don’t forget to check back with us throughout the World Cup for all of the results, highlights and Semi Final predictions on MyFantasySportsTalk.comhttps://www.myfantasysportstalk.com/mfst-world-cup-quarterfinal-predictions/AnalysisRecent PostsSoccerWomen's World Cup#Canada,#England,#France,2015 Women's World Cup,Australia,China,germany,Japan,United States,USWNT,world cupThe 2015 Women's World Cup from Canada is flying by. We are down to eight teams left. We will soon be down to the final four. Heading into the Quarterfinals, the defending champion Japan is still alive, so is the U.S. and host country Canada. Seven of the top...Brandon ReidBrandon Reidbrandon.firstname.lastname@example.orgEditorBrandon Reid is a TV producer and broadcaster for a community channel based in Jonesboro Arkansas. He is from Memphis and graduated from Arkansas State University with a degree in broadcast journalism. He loves the Memphis Tigers, Grizzlies, Titans and Arkansas State Red Wolves. “I promise to bring information, insight and strong opinion...let the debate begin.” You can follow Brandon on Twitter @New_BreidMyFantasySportsTalk