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How to watch Tournoi de France matchday 3

Tournoi de France Matchday 3: Brazil vs Canada, France vs Netherlands

March 9, 2020 By Juan Aguerrevere
In our Matchday 3 preview informing you where and how to watch the Tournoi de France’s matches between Brazil and Canada and France and the Netherlands, we compare the teams going into their matchups, analyze head-to-head records, and point out players to watch.

Corinne Diacre and France became the first-ever Tournoi de France champions after just two games in the inaugural four-team tournament. Two wins were enough to win as hosts given that the Netherlands were only able to draw two matches, leaving them in second place with two points going into matchday 3. France, which won its two matches against Brazil and Canada, has six points going into their third and last match against the Netherlands.

This has been an odd tournament. The SheBelieves Cup, which has a similar structure and format to the Tournoi de France, has never had a winner after just two matchdays in its past four editions. Also, the fact that there have only been two goals in 360 minutes of play adds to the case.

Brazil vs Canada: preview, head-to-head, players to watch and broadcast info

The most interesting thing about this matchup is the possibility of a draw. If a draw is to happen, then FIFA ranking will be the determining factor. Since both teams would have the same amount of points, goal difference, goals scored and head-to-head result, Canada will finish in third place as they are ranked No. 8 in the world compared to No. 9 Brazil.

Given that, a draw or a loss would leave Brazil as the first worst team in Tournoi de France history, and Pia Sundhage would not be happy about the result with the Olympic Games around the corner. On the other hand, Canada will hope to at least get a draw to avoid finishing last.


Do not get your hopes up for a draw because the last one happened in 2013. Since then, these two sides have met nine times with Brazil coming out on top the most times with a 5W-4L record.

The all-time record sits at 9W-3D-5L in favor of the South Americans. 

Players to watch

Jessie Fleming - Canada

Jessie Fleming’s introduction to the starting lineup gave life to Kenneth Heiner-Moller’s team against the Netherlands. The Canadians controlled the game and created many more opportunities compared to their first match. Deanne Rose’s pace also offered a variety of ways to go forward. Fleming will have the same task as her last match, and that is to be the creative brain behind attacks.

Christiane – Brazil

This Brazilian side needs a goal, and it is up to Christiane and company to make that happen. Brazil has not gone on three games without scoring since the 2016 Olympics, where they drew 0-0 South Africa in group stages followed by two 0-0 draws with Australia and Sweden in the knockout stages. This is not a good look for the Brazilians who are hoping to win their third-ever Olympic medal in just three months.

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France vs the Netherlands: preview, head-to-head, players to watch and broadcast info

Even if the Netherlands beat the host nation on Monday, the World Cup runners-up will finish the competition empty-handed. Meanwhile, France will have the luxury to come out with an unexperimented squad to expedite growth from all its players.


Despite two European nations featuring in this matchup, the Netherlands and France have not met since a friendly 2017. The all-time record between these two teams is 4W-1D-3L in favor of France.

Players to watch

Kalidiadou Diani – France 

This tournament has seen heavy rotations from most nations. France has seen 19 starters in just two games, and predicting who will start will be a bit difficult. But if Kalidiadou Diani starts, make sure to keep an eye on her. Diani has evolved into an important piece in this French squad. Her pace, dribbling ability, movement off the ball and crossing are important factors in her game that have made her the player she is today.

Sari van Veenendaal – the Netherlands

Like France, only three Dutch players have started three matches, meaning Wiegman has also used 19 starters over two matches. Captain Sari van Veenendaal has not started a match and was not subbed in after Lize Kop was shown a red card against Canada. The team needs some order, and starting the captain can potentially sort our some on-field problems. 

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