United States

form

All
AUS 1 - 1 USA
D
AUS 0 - 3 USA
W
USA 6 - 0 KOR
W
USA 0 - 0 KOR
D
USA 8 - 0 PAR
W
USA 9 - 0 PAR
W
AUS 3 - 4 USA
W
USA 0 - 1 CAN
L
NED 2 - 2 * USA
W
NZL 1 - 6 USA
W
Australia

form

All
AUS 1 - 1 USA
D
AUS 0 - 3 USA
L
AUS 2 - 2 BRA
D
AUS 3 - 1 BRA
W
IRL 3 - 2 AUS
L
AUS 3 - 4 USA
L
GBR 3 - 4 AUS
W
USA 0 - 0 AUS
D
SWE 4 - 2 AUS
L
JPN 1 - 0 AUS
L
Head to Head
13 Matches (4 Draws)
8 Total wins 1
6 Home wins 0
2 Away wins 1
Last 5 Matches
3 Wins
2 Draw
0 Wins
AUS 1 - 1 USA
AUS 0 - 3 USA
AUS 3 - 4 USA
USA 0 - 0 AUS
USA 5 - 3 AUS
13 Goals Scored 7
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 3 / 5
Team Comparison
  • Attack
  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. The USA have won 86% of their women’s ‘A’ internationals against Australia (25/29) – the best win percentage of any team to have faced the Matildas more than once in such fixtures.
  2. Australia have won only one of their last seven women’s internationals (D1, L5), a 2-1 win over New Zealand in their opening game of this Olympic Women’s tournament – this despite not trailing at halftime on the day in any of the last four matches in that span.
  3. The USA have made 503 passes per game at the 2020 Women’s Olympic tournament, the second most of any team in the competition (Great Britain – 539); no team has made more long passes per game than the United States of America (68) at this tournament, though.
  4. Australia (81) and the USA (65) have played more passes into the box than any other teams in this 2021 Olympic Women’s tournament.
  5. Sam Kerr has been directly involved in each of Australia’s last four goals in women’s internationals (3 goals, 1 assist) – the longest stretch by any Matildas player in this category since Caitlin Foord was directly involved in five straight goals (2 goals, 3 assists) from March to June in 2016.
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