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Women's World Cup: Scotland's Rachel Corsie wary of world-class Japan

BBC Sport Friday, 14 June 2019
Women's World Cup: Scotland's Rachel Corsie wary of world-class JapanCaptain Rachel Corsie says Scotland should not underestimate Japan in Friday's Women's World Cup meeting.
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