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Champions Japan face a real threat from England as the Asian giants look to keep their Women's World Cup title defense on track in Wednesday's semifinal in Edmonton.Japan overran Australia 1-0 in the quarterfinals and have won all their games by a one-goal margin with the impressive depth of their team demonstrated by their seven goals having come from different players.The Nadeshiko defense is also solid – they have conceded just two goals in five matches.But England's front line have put in eight goals with Lucy Bronze and Karen Carney both scoring twice.England were the only team to beat Japan at the 2011 World Cup, winning 2-0 before the Asian side went on to claim the title.Bardsley has started each of England's five games and conceded a goal in each.
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