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England begin their Women’s World Cup campaign against Haiti as the Lionesses look to follow up last summer’s Euros triumph with another major tournament victory.

Sarina Wiegman’s side come into the World Cup as one of the favourites, despite losing stars Leah Williamson, Beth Mead and Fran Kirby to injury, and are expected to get off to a winning start in Group D against debutants Haiti.

With Williamson out, her centre-back partner Millie Bright will captain the side in Australia and the Lionesses have been boosted by the news that their stand-in skipper is fit to start. Haiti, who are ranked 53rd in the world, are joined by China and Denmark in Group D.

England’s build-up to the World Cup has come amid a row with the Football Association over bonus payments and other commercial concerns, but the players have agreed to pause discussions during the tournament.

Follow live updates as England take on Haiti at the Women’s World Cup.


Women’s World Cup 2023: England vs Haiti

England XI: Mary Earps; Lucy Bronze, Millie Bright, Jess Carter, Alex Greenwood; Georgia Stanway, Keira Walsh; Chloe Kelly, Ella Toone, Lauren Hemp; Alessia Russo

Jamie Braidwood22 July 2023 09:25


The Lionesses have arrived

The official team news will soon be dropping for England’s opener against Haiti. Sarina Wiegman’s side have arrived at the Brisbane Stadium and look ready for this one.

Mike Jones22 July 2023 09:23


GOAL! Women’s World Cup 2023: Zambia 0-2 Japan

Finally, this one counts! Tanaka has her goal at the third attempt. Jun Endo puts it on a plate with a lovely ball across goal, after she had been played through by the excellent Yui Hasegawa. Tanaka slides in and steers it into the far corner!

Jamie Braidwood22 July 2023 09:21


Women’s World Cup 2023: England vs Haiti

The battle for the Women’s World Cup is underway, but the contest for the best kit at the tournament has never been stronger.

The biggest ever Women’s World Cup means there are more new shirts to dive into than ever before, while Nike and Adidas have taken their creative experimentation process to another level in Australia and New Zealand.

Like in 2019, the Women’s World Cup features a host of unique designs – with Adidas unveiling a selection of nature-themed kits and Nike taking inspiration from various artistic movements. The results are wild.

Here are the Women’s World Cup 2023 kits, ranked and rated from worst to best:

Jamie Braidwood22 July 2023 09:19


NO PENALTY! Women’s World Cup 2023: Zambia 0-1 Japan

Let off for Zambia again! Fujino was offside when the ball through was played, so Musonda gets away with it!

Japan should really be four or five goals up by now, but Zambia are still in it.

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Jamie Braidwood22 July 2023 09:17


NO GOAL! Women’s World Cup 2023: Zambia 0-1 Japan

Japan are denied for the second time! Tanaka finished off a lovely flowing move from the left, but the striker went a moment too soon.

It’s another reprieve for Zambia…

But not for long! The goalkeeper Musonda wipes out Fujino in the box and it’s a penalty!

Jamie Braidwood22 July 2023 09:16


Women’s World Cup 2023: USA 3-0 Vietnam

Sophia Smith got the USA’s World Cup defence up and running with a brilliant two-goal performance against Vietnam early this morning.

Smith scored the USA’s opening goal of the tournament as she finished off a flowing move, before adding their second and setting up Lindsey Horan’s third.

Jamie Braidwood22 July 2023 09:06


Women’s World Cup 2023: England vs Haiti

The Women’s World Cup is finally here as the biggest tournament ever kicks off in Australia and New Zealand.

The first 32-team Women’s World Cup is set to be one of the most open yet, with a host of teams challenging to dethrone the two-time defending champions United States.

England head ‘Down Under’ full of belief after their Euros success on home soil last summer, but that is also set to inspire co-hosts Australia and their star forward Sam Kerr.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the 2023 Women’s World Cup, including group guides, players to watch, and how to follow on TV .

Jamie Braidwood22 July 2023 08:59


GOAL! Women’s World Cup 2023: Zambia 0-1 Japan

Japan take a deserved lead and it’s a lovely goal! Hinata Miyazawa finishes a swift break down the right, steering Aoba Fujino’s accurate cross past Musonda to give Japan the breakthrough just before half time.

It had been coming: Jpaan have played some excellent football so far this half.

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Jamie Braidwood22 July 2023 08:44


Women’s World Cup 2023: Zambia 0-0 Japan

Catherine Musonda is having a brilliant game in the Zambia goal. She makes another fine stop to deny a long-range effort from Fuka Nagano.

Barbra Banda gets her first chance to break into the Japan box, but her touch lets her down and the ball runs out of play.

Jamie Braidwood22 July 2023 08:43

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