Women's World Cup 2015

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10 July 2015
Australia have risen to ninth in the rankings after reaching the Women's World Cup quarter-finals.
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Australia coach Alen Stajcic says the Matildas were outplayed in their "heartbreaking" 1-0 loss to Japan on Sunday morning (AEST).
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27 June 2015
The Matildas' Women's World Cup came to an end with a 1-0 loss to Japan. Here are the pics thanks to Getty Images.
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Australia suffered a 1-0 loss to Japan as their Women's World Cup run came to an end at the quarter-final stage on Sunday morning (AEST).
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27 June 2015
Australia finalise their preparations for the Women's World Cup quarter-final against Japan. Pics thanks to Getty Images.
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Matildas coach Alen Stajcic has told his team it is "only halfway there" at the Women's World Cup ahead of Australia's clash against Japan.
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There are many heroes in the history-making Matildas team at the Women’s World Cup in Canada.
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As Kyah Simon and Lydia Williams shine a light on the quality of Indigenous footballers in Australia, the next generation of talent is being cultivated in a remote part of the Northern Territory.
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Defences will decide Australia's Women's World Cup quarter-final against Japan, according to Matildas goalkeeper Lydia Williams.
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Matildas defender Steph Catley believes the forecast heat in Edmonton could be an advantage for Australia in the Women's World Cup quarter-final against Japan.

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