Nigeria vs South Korea:, Women’s World Cup: Live stream, game time thread, how to watchThe World Cup is back at it! Favorites Germany and France are in
action later today, but we start with Nigeria and South Korea. The opening round of games at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup kickstarted this tournament. Now, with the second matches here, we’ll begin to separate the winners from the losers.
It’s almost a certainty that the loser of this match will see their World Cup come to an end when the group stage is completed. Both Nigeria and South Korea were smashed in their opening matches against Norway and France. Can they turn it around? They’ll need to figure something out.
Both France and Norway picked up big wins in their opening round match, and this is basically a “win and you’re in” match. France are the better team here, so they will be expecting to come away with all three points in this one to cement their position at the top of the group.
This is another “win and you’re in” match. Both Germany and Spain picked up a win in their opening match, with the Spanish looking better than the Germans in the process. Germany is the favorite here, but if Spain can stifle Germany long enough, perhaps they’ll be able to frustrate them to the point that the three points are up for grabs.
If you’re looking to watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, fuboTV has you for your streaming needs and, as always, Live Soccer TV can tell you where to find the World Cup on television or streaming in your country.
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