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Japan, USA share World Cup spotlight with African challengers

Japan's Saori (L) heads the ball as Switzerland's Ramona Bachmann (R) looks on during a Group C match in Vancouver during the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015 on June 8, 2015Heavyweights Japan and the United States look to keep their title push on track at the Women’s World Cup on Friday but must share the spotlight with African challengers Cameroon and Nigeria. As the second round of group games continue across Canada, holders Japan next come up against a Cameroon side in Group C in Vancouver who are bouyed by their stunning 6-0 defeat of Ecuador in their opener. Japan won their opener against Switzerland 1-0 but have been hit by the injury of striker Kozue Ando who has been ruled out of the rest of the competition with a fractured ankle.

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