Women’s World Cup 2023 LIVE: Australia vs Canada build-up, games today, latest scores and results

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England fans gathered at Boxpark to celebrate as the Lionesses scored against Denmark in the Women’s World Cup. Meanwhile, the host country Australia faced a crucial match against Canada, needing a win to advance from Group B to the knockout stages. Canada and Nigeria, on the other hand, could secure their spots with a draw. Spain and Japan have already secured their places in the last 16 after winning both of their matches. The Lionesses, however, are dealing with the loss of Keira Walsh to injury as they prepare for their upcoming match against China.
The World Cup has been full of surprises, including Colombia’s unexpected victory over Germany. The latest scores and updates can be found on the live blog.
In the Group C matches, Japan took on Spain and Costa Rica faced Zambia. Spain dominated possession in the early stages of their match, but Japan took the lead with a goal from Hinata Miyazawa. They later secured a second goal through Ueki. In the other match, Zambia took an early lead against Costa Rica with a goal from Lushomo Mweemba.
Looking ahead to the Group B matches, Spain and Japan have already qualified for the knockout stages and are fighting for top spot in the group. The Republic of Ireland can prevent Nigeria from advancing if they win and Australia beats Canada. However, Australia needs a positive result to secure their place in the next round, as they currently have three points, while Canada and Nigeria both have four.
England veteran Rachel Daly expressed her concerns about the high number of ACL injuries in women’s football, following the injury suffered by teammate Keira Walsh. Meanwhile, Australia captain Sam Kerr confirmed that she will be available for the team’s crucial match against Canada after recovering from a calf injury. The Matildas will need to win to have a chance of qualifying for the last 16.
Overall, it has been an eventful day of Women’s World Cup matches, with teams battling for their places in the knockout stages.

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