The four knockout stages of the competition has come and gone, leaving only England and Spain to battle for the title. It is certain a new winner will be crowned in this edition of the competition ongoing in Australia and New Zealand.
The Lionesses of England and Spain are the finalist of the 2023 FIFA women’s World Cup following victories over co-host nation, Australia and Sweden respectively.
Australia suffered a shock 3-1 defeat to a more superior England side who despite key player, Lauren James, have manage to trash out everyone on their way to the grand finale.
The other semi final game stage yesterday, saw Spain beat Sweden 2-1 to book the final meeting with England.
Both nations are hoping to grab the title for the very first time since all former winners were booted out of the competition. Amongst the two left, Spain is more experienced, having reached
In as much as England has been resilient and determined for the title plus being unbeaten since the start of the competition, Spain were likely to go far in the competition but many would not have predicted this far.
Spain ranked third in the world, became the first team to book its place in the Women’s World Cup final on Tuesday, a nation that had never crossed passed the round of 16.
England who are equally reaching the final for the first time, will have Lauren James available for the Final, after she completing her two-game suspension gotten during the quarterfinal game against Nigeria.
These finalists are just just one win away from lifting their first ever World Cup trophy on Sunday, August 20.
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