Transcript for Team USA Practices Ahead of World Cup Championship Game
But now to the big soccer showdown happening tomorrow in Canada. The U.S. Preparing to take on Japan in the women's world cup final. It's a rematch of the last world cup final four years ago, of course, this year the U.S. Team is hoping for a different outcome. ABC's Jesse palmer is in Vancouver where the grudge match will go down. Good morning, Jesse. Reporter: Good morning, Sara. You know, both of these teams know each other so well. Japan, of course, winning the 2011 dramatic final and the United States rebounding the next year at the summer olympics in London but you ask anybody on this U.S. Squad what the motivation is tomorrow night and it's simple. It is the 2011 finals loss that they remember the most. All: I believe that we will win. Reporter: Team usa is ready for battle. And many believe this is an ideal matchup between the powerhouse Japan. This is a shot to redeem the title after the devastating defeat in 2011. And a chance to bring home the first world cup title in 16 years. What's it like playing in this big of a game against this big of a rival? It's amazing. It's what we live for. Reporter: Team usa moving on to the world cup finals Sunday night after dominating Germany earlier this week. That's it, the usa is going to the finals. Reporter: Japan, the team that beat team usa in 2011's world cup final during a penalty kick shoot-out. It is Japan's world cup. Reporter: Returning to this year's final after England's defender kicked the ball into her own team's goal under pressure from two attackers in the final minutes of extra time. Could it be an own goal by England? Reporter: What is it about Japan and their style that makes them so tough to beat? They're really unique. Nobody else plays like them. Reporter: Back on the practice field today gearing up for the most meaningful game of their lives. What are you ready and prepared to do Sunday night. All I want is when that final whistle blows is for us to have one more goal than they do. All: Usa, usa, usa. Reporter: And now team usa set to have a light practice at the stadium behind me here today then it's all about rest and relaxation getting their minds focused on winning their third world cup title and first in 16 years. Dan and Paula. All right, Jesse, thank you very much for that. I know what you'll be doing tomorrow. Having a big party. My daughter is inviting her soccer friends over and but this is really, really great for team usa trying to become the first country to win the world cup three times, the odds on favorite, 67% I believe to beat Japan. Like the soccer triple crown. It is and this is the first time there's been a rematch in the women's world cup. I love Sara reaching for a sports analogy. At least she's trying. She liked it. I appreciate it. She knows about as much about sports a do. Somebody has to be offended about the horse analogy there.
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