France vs Norway:Women’s World Cup Schedule, Nigeria vs South Korea, Germany vs Spain, France vs Norway Live Stream, How to Watch World Cup Online, TV Channels,
With each of the 24 teams in attendance having played one group game, Day 6 of the Women’s World Cup will see hosts France try for a second win when they go up against pool rivals Norway, while Germany and Spain are set to collide in what could be a tight clash.
Nigeria and South Korea each lost their opening match in Group A. Les Bleues battered South Korea 4-0 in the tournament’s opener, while the Super Falcons didn’t fare much better and fell 3-0 to Norway. This matchup should decide who finishes third in Group A and potentially makes a run into the round of 16. South Korea progressed past the group stage for the first time in their history four years ago, while Nigeria has been knocked out in the first round in each of their last four World Cup appearances.All the Group B marbles will be on the
line as Germany seek to underline their status as favorites to finish first against Spain. The two teams collide at the Stade de Hainaut in Valenciennes having both won their opening games of the tournament. Germany’s hard-fought 1-0 victory over China wasn’t the masterclass some expected, while Spain needed two penalties to beat South Africa 3-1.The Allianz Riviera in Nice will host France’s second World Cup test against Norway and decide in which order these teams-provided both qualify-will proceed into the last 16. French stars Eugenie Le Sommer, Wendie Renard and Amandine Henry were each on the scoresheet against South Korea, and a second fine group display will continue to lift their title hopes.
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