U.S. favorites in toughest-ever Women's World Cup field
Thursday, 6 June 2019 () The United States may be favorites to retain their Women's World Cup title but the rapid development of the game globally means they will face a tougher field than ever before when the tournament gets underway in France on Friday.
The Women’s World Cup starts on Friday. FIFA is desperately trying to prove that it takes women’s soccer seriously, faced with discrimination scandals and a huge pay gap compared to male superstars. Anna Bevan reports.
After having their last fixture against New Zealand washed out, the Indian team will be raring to take the field when they face arch-rivals Pakistan in the most anticipated clash of the ongoing World..
After thrashing Thailand 13-0 in their opening World Cup game, veteran US forward Carli Lloyd and team-mate Mallory Pugh say they hope the four day break between matches will help their team's chances..
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Jessie Fleming and Nichelle Prince scored the goals for Canada.
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