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The Equalizer Podcast, Episode 49: Looking lost out there

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The U.S. women’s national team has had an interesting run so far in the 2019 SheBelieves Tournament, with consecutive 2-2 draws against Japan and England showing the team having some difficulty in separating themselves from their competition. In their own right, the Equalizer Podcast Team considers themselves match-fit, and ready to determine whether or not the USWNT should be too concerned with their current form.

This week, Chelsey Bush, Claire Watkins, and John Halloran break down who’s doing well for the U.S., who is struggling, and what exactly Jill Ellis is trying to do with all of the U.S. formation shifting in 2019. They also take a look at the tourneys being played across the globe, featuring heavy hitters like Australia (looking good!) and Canada (not so sure!). They also, as always, take a shot at your Twitter questions.

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