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Nahomi Kawasumi #9 and Mizuho Sakaguchi #6 of Japan celebrate after Laura Bassett #6 of England scored on her own team in the final minutes of the game during the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada Semi Final match between England and Japan at Commonwealth Stadium on July 1, 2015 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (Todd Korol/Getty Images)
Nahomi Kawasumi #9 and Mizuho Sakaguchi #6 of Japan celebrate after Laura Bassett #6 of England scored on her own team in the final minutes of the game during the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada Semi Final match between England and Japan at Commonwealth Stadium on July 1, 2015 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (Todd Korol/Getty Images)
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After Japan beat England yesterday in a close Women's World Cup semi-final game that was decided by an own goal from England, the stage was set for a tough match-up with the U.S.

Who is favored to take home the top prize in women's soccer? And how is the woman who scored the accidental goal into her own net yesterday faring?

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This segment aired on July 2, 2015.

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