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Spain vs England Women World Cup final latest News update. 

Spain and England Set to Clash in Thrilling 2023 Women World Cup final

 

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Sydney, Australia – The much-awaited Women’s World Cup 2023 final is upon us, as Spain and England gear up to face off in what promises to be a close and high-quality match. The two European powerhouses will bring the tournament to a crescendo on Sunday, August 20, at the iconic Stadium Australia.

Spain vs England 2023 Women World Cup final
England’s Rachel Daly celebrates beating Australia in the semifinal [Asanka Brendon Ratnayake/Reuters]

Women World Cup final News

The stage is set for a captivating showdown between La Roja and the Lionesses, both of whom have displayed exceptional prowess throughout the tournament. The Women’s World Cup has been nothing short of spectacular, with nail-biting group-stage clashes and knockout rounds filled with surprises, penalty drama, and an array of emotions.

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Spain’s journey to the final has been marked by an astonishing 17 goals scored, showcasing their attacking prowess. Despite a slip in focus resulting in a 4-0 loss to Japan after a strong start, Spain regained their stride during the knockout stages. A dramatic 111th-minute winner against the Netherlands secured their place in the semifinals, where they edged past Sweden with an 89th-minute stunner from Olga Carmona.

The Lionesses, on the other hand, have remained undefeated throughout the tournament, displaying resilience and skill. Their impressive 3-1 victory over co-hosts Australia in the semifinal highlights their determination and teamwork. While the Lionesses have proven their strength, they’ve also shown some vulnerability, especially in their round of 16 match against Nigeria.

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The upcoming final holds special significance for both teams, as they have a history of intense clashes. In the quarterfinals of last year’s European Championships, England managed to overturn a lead established by Spain’s Esther Gonzalez, ultimately emerging victorious.

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The excitement doesn’t end there. The match is also a battleground for standout players who have left their mark on the tournament. Spain’s Aitana Bonmati, often hailed as the “women’s Iniesta,” has shone as the chief playmaker for her team. On the other side, England’s Keira Walsh has been a key figure in midfield, dictating play with grace and intelligence.

Spain vs England Women World Cup final Date / Kick off

When: Sunday, August 20
Where: Stadium Australia, Sydney, Australia
Kickoff: 8pm (10:00 GMT) 11:00 am Nigeria ( West Africa Time)

Spain vs England  head to head

The head-to-head record between the two teams adds another layer of intrigue. With 11 encounters, England boasts six wins, while Spain has clinched two victories, leaving three matches ending in draws. Both teams entered the World Cup with strong FIFA rankings, Spain ranking sixth and England fourth.

For those eager to catch the action, global viewing options can be found on livesoccertv.com. UK viewers can enjoy the match on BBC and ITV, with streaming available on BBC iPlayer and ITVX. In Spain, the game will be broadcast live on RTVE. Fans around the world can also stay updated through Al Jazeera’s live blog on match day.

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As the world eagerly anticipates the clash between Spain and England, one thing is certain: the Women’s World Cup final will be a celebration of football excellence and a showcase of the talent and determination of these two European giants.

Where can I watch the game?

In Nigeria you can watch the Women World Cup final, between Spain vs England  on DStv 205, 203 and 202 while on GOTV, 23 , 25 and 26

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Spain vs England  Prediction

Spain will defeat England. Score will be 1-0

 

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