2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Quarterfinal: Norway Vs England

England take on Norway in the first quarterfinal of the 2019 Women’s World Cup, on Thursday.

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2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup first Quarterfinal-final match will be playing on 28/06 to 29/06 at host country France. World’s Cup 8 best football team Norway, England, France, United State, Netherland, Italy, Germany, & Sweden win and reached in the top 8 round of 2019 world cup tournament. The First Quarterfinal match will be playing between Norway vs England to reach the semifinal of the 8th edition of Women’s world cup in France. The top two football teams Norway Vs England to win the 2019 Women’s World Cup will square off in the quarterfinal round in Paris.

In the round of 16, England wins 2-0 beat of Cameroon in the third knockout matches. Norway has reached the Quarterfinal, that won the round-of-16 match against Australia by 1(4)-1(1) in the penalty shootout. The team has met 2 times in major tournament campaigns. Norway won 2-0 in the group stage in 1995, while England won 2-1 in the Last 16 in 2015.

World Cup 2018 Semifinal: Norway vs England

2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup first Quarterfinal Norway Vs England

Norway have progressed from 4 of their 5 Women’s World Cup quarter-finals (1991, 1995, 1999, 2007), losing only in 2003 against the USA. England have only one out of four in the World Cup quarter-finals.

England football team won 2-1 the last time they met Canada That match was round of 16 in Canada 2015 World Cup.

England is 3rd position in the FIFA Ranking and finishes 3rd position in the 2015 world cup tournament.

  • Date: Thursday 19th June 2019 – 21:00 (UK)
  • Place: Allianz Riviera – Nice Stadium
  • TV Info: BBC (UK), FOX Sports 1 (U.S.)
  • Live Stream: BBC iPlayer (UK), FOX Sports Go (U.S.)
  • 2019 World Cup:
    • Japan (2 matches): Win– 1, Draw– 1 | Position: 2nd  | Points: 4
    • England (2 matches): Win– 2, Loss– 0 | Position: 1st | Points: 6

Win Probability of the Match: I’m expecting a close contest but think England will edge it, 2-1.

England (46%) & Norway (26%) & draw (28%)

Round of 16

  • England vs Cameroon- (3-0) – 23/06
  • Norway vs Australia- (1(4)-1(1)) – 23/06

England Quarterfinal 23-Woman Squad Players

  • Coach: Phil Neville
  • Star player: Karen Carney, Jill Scott, Ellen White
  • World Cup best: Third place (2015)
  • FIFA Rank: 3
  • Captain: Steph Houghton
  • Top scorer: Karen Carney 142(32)

Goalkeepers: Karen Bardsley ( Manchester City), Carly Telford (Vittsjö), Jenna Fife (Hibernian)

Defenders Lucy Bronze (Lyon), Alex Greenwood (Manchester United), Steph Houghton (captain) (Manchester City), Millie Bright (Chelsea), Demi Stokes (Manchester City), Leah Williamson (Arsenal), Abbie McManus (Manchester United) & Rachel Daly (Houston Dash)

Midfielders: Keira Walsh (Manchester City), Jill Scott (Manchester City), Jade Moore (Reading), Georgia Stanway (Manchester City), Karen Carney (Chelsea), & Lucy Staniforth (Birmingham City)

Forwards: Nikita Parris (Lyon), Jodie Taylor (Reign FC), Fran Kirby ( Chelsea), Toni Duggan (Barcelona), Ellen White (Manchester City), & Beth Mead (Arsenal)

Norway Quarterfinal 23-Woman Squad Players

  • Coach: Martin Sjögren
  • Star player: Maren Mjelde, Caroline Hansen, Elise Thorsnes, Emilie Haavi, Isabell Herlovsen
  • World Cup best: Third place (2015)
  • FIFA Rank: 12
  • Captain: Maren Mjelde
  • Top scorer: Isabell Herlovsen 128(60)

Goalkeepers: Ingrid Hjelmseth ( Stabæk), Cecilie Fiskerstrand (LSK Kvinner), Oda Bogstad (Arna-Bjørnar)

Defenders Ingrid Wold (LSK Kvinner), Maria Thorisdottir (Chelsea), Stine Hovland (Sandviken), Maren Mjelde (Chelsea), Cecilie Kvamme (Sandviken)

Midfielders: Synne Skinnes Hansen (LSK Kvinner), Vilde Bøe Risa (Kopparbergs/Göteborg), Caroline Hansen (VfL Wolfsburg), Ingrid Engen (LSK Kvinner), Guro Reiten (Chelsea), Kristine Minde ( VfL Wolfsburg), Frida Maanum (Linköping) & Karina Sævik (Kolbotn)

Forwards: Elise Thorsnes (LSK Kvinner), Isabell Herlovsen (Kolbotn), Lisa-Marie Utland ( Rosengård), Therese Åsland (LSK Kvinner), Amalie Eikeland (Sandviken), Emilie Haavi (LSK Kvinner) & Emilie Nautnes (Arna-Bjørnar)

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