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Japan, USA on track as Africans challenge

Switzerland's Lara Dickenmann (L) and Japan's Azusa Iwashimizu head the ball during a Group C match in Vancouver during the FIFA Women's World Cup 2015 on June 8, 2015Holders Japan and former winners the United States got their Women’s World Cup campaigns off to strong starts on Monday, while Cameroon and Nigeria warned Africa would field challengers. Japan grabbed three points in Group C against newcomers Switzerland thanks to captain Aya Miyama’s 29th-minute penalty, while in Group D the United States were given a rough ride before dispatching Australia 3-1.

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