The winners of the Women’s World Cup 2023 will be decided on Sunday when Spain face England in the final in Sydney. Spain are looking to win their first major trophy. England on the other hand will also look to get their hands on the coveted trophy for the first time in their footballing history.
Spain have experienced a memorable journey through the tournament. La Roja got off to a perfect start with comfortable victories over Costa Rica and Zambia. However, a heavy 4-0 defeat to Japan in their final group game raised doubts in the minds of their supporters. They managed to pick themselves up to produce a dominant performance in their last-16 tie against Switzerland. However, the European giants had to show their fighting qualities in the quarter-final against the Netherlands. Nevertheless, La Roja have scored 17 goals at the Women’s World Cup. They are the leading scorers at the tournament. This also proves that they have the firepower to trouble the European champions.
Meanwhile, England are preparing to appear in a major tournament final for the second year running. The Lionesses picked up maximum points in the group stage. They were then pushed all the way in their last 16 against Nigeria. Goals from Lauren Hemp and Alessia Russo guided the European champions to a 2-1 win over Colombia. This set up a difficult semi-final tie against the tournament co-hosts Australia. The Lionesses demonstrated the grit and determination that had earned them a place in the semi-final to retake the lead through Hemp. Russo then found the net late on to wrap up a 3-1 win. This also sent England to their first-ever Women’s World Cup final. England may be able to draw inspiration from the fact that they edged out Spain to win last year’s meeting in the European Championships quarter-final.
Spain Women’s probable starting lineup
Coll, Batlle, Paredes, Codina, Carmona, Bonmati, Abelleira, Hermoso, Redondo, Caldentey, Gonzalez
England Women’s probable starting lineup
Earps, Carter, Bright, Greenwood, Bronze, Stanway, Walsh, Daly, Toone, Russo, Hemp
|Sweden Women||2-1 (W)|
|Netherlands Women||2-1 (W)|
|Switzerland Women||1-5 (W)|
|Japan Women||4-0 (L)|
|Zambia Women||5-0 (W)|
|Australia Women||1-3 (W)|
|Colombia Women||2-1 (W)|
|Nigeria Women||0-0 (W) (p.s.o 4-2)|
|China Women||1-6 (W)|
|Denmark Women||1-0 (W)|
Head to Head
|England beat Spain||2-1|
|England draw Spain||0-0|
|Spain beat England||1-0|
|England beat Spain||2-1|
|England beat Spain||2-0|
Spain Women vs England Women Live Schedule and Fixture
The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 match between Spain and England will take place at the Accor Stadium at 3:30 pm IST on Sunday.
|Spain vs England||Key Details|
|Date||August 20 (Sunday)|
|Kickoff time in Spain||12:00 pm|
|Kickoff time in England||11:00 am|
|Kickoff time in Australia||8:00 pm|
|Kickoff time in India||3:30 pm|
Where to watch Spain vs England?
Fans in England can watch the match via ITV 1 UK, RTE 2, BBC Sport Web, ITVX, BBC One, STV Scotland, RTE Player, BBC iPlayer, TalkSport Radio UK and BBC Radio 5 Live. While those in Spain can watch the match on ZDF, TVE La 1, RTVE.es and fuboTV España.
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