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Saturday's two-game slate includes one very big favorite, as Germany are -750 to win on FanDuel Sportsbook against Nigeria (+1500), while Australia is a +110 favorite to beat Norway(+220).
Germany could have superstar Dzsenifer Marozsan back from a broken toe, though it's more likely they save her for the quarter-final, which is nearly a week after Saturday's match. Marozsan is a huge part of the German attack, including a significant role on set pieces, but the team still managed to win their last two group-stage matches without her. On the other hand, Nigeria will be missing two regular starters, with defender Ngozi Ebere suspended after being sent off against France on Monday and Rita Chikwelu suspended after getting a yellow card in each of the past two matches. Ebere took five corners in their opening match against Norway and then one against France, while Chikwelu played 90 minutes in all three games and got most of her fantasy value from winning tackles and drawing fouls. Additionally, attacker Asisat Oshoala, who has scored their only goal in the tournament (the other was a South Korea own goal) was subbed off in the 85th minute against France because of an ankle knock, though she participated in Friday's training session and should play.
Germany's set-piece situation has been pretty fluid, as Lina Magull took four corners in the group stage finale against South Africa while defender Verena Schweers took two. Magull's spot in the starting XI is hardly secure, but she should