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England vs Norway, 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup – Preview, Prediction, Match Details and Live Streaming

England take on Norway in the quarter-finals of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup on Thursday in Le Havre, with the champ proceeding to confront either host country France or tournament top picks USA. England are in stronger form than adversaries Norway headed into the last eight of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup this week.

England vs Norway Team News


England is fresh off an agreeable 3-0 prevail upon Cameroon in the round of 16 and has now won each of the four of its matches to get to this point. In the triumph, England controlled the ball for 63 percent of the match and got three of its seven shot endeavors on goal. Ellen White has scored three goals for England this World Cup and is presently tied with Karen Carney for the most goals scored (32) on this active squad. It’s difficult to contend with the results, as England is discovering approaches to win and has appeared explosiveness at times offensively, however this team needs to play quicker on the off chance that it would like to continue walking forward in the competition. People would like to see England push the pace somewhat more and benefit as much as possible from dominating ball possession the manner in which it has as yet. England hopes to make consecutive World Cup semifinal appearances.


Norway had the option to draw off a slight upset against Australia in the round of 16, a match that was commanded on extra shots. Norway created 27 shot endeavors, eight of which were on goal and permitted only four of Australia’s 20 shot endeavors to be on goal. Norway was physical all through the match, got great looks offensively and truly bottled up Sam Kerr all through the triumph. Isabell Herlovsen has discovered the back of the net in the last two matches for Norway and mentor Martin Sjogren referenced how inspired he is with how his team has taken care of the pressure of these enormous matches. With a good win added to its repertoire, Norway can never again be neglected. Norway hopes to make the semifinals of the World Cup for the first time since completing in fourth place in 2007.

England vs Norway Match Odds

To win match

21/20 England
5/2 Draw
27/10 Norway

To qualify

40/85 England
13/8 Norway

England vs Norway head-to-head

2 Jan 2017 – Norway 1-0 England – Friendly
22 Jun 2015 – Norway 1-2 England – World Cup Rd of 16
17 Jan 2014 – England 1-1 Norway – Friendly
23 Apr 2009 – England 3-0 Norway – Friendly

2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup – Points Table | England vs Norway

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England vs Norway Match Prediction

Norway won a 2017 friendly match 1-0 against England, while the Three Lionesses won a 2015 World Cup match 2-1. This will be the hardest test yet for England, as people can contend it’s been a genuinely simple street so far. Additionally worried about the speed England has played with and not actually benefiting as much as possible from its chances. While wins will be wins, England has left some meat on the bone through four matches. Norway simply beat a great Australia side and hung around with France for greater part of its match. Norway is fight tested and has enough profundity disagreeably to make this match fascinating.

Here’s how individuals can watch the England vs Norway match and what to know:

When is England vs Norway happening?

The England vs Norway match will happen on Thursday June 27, 2019 – 20:00 (UK).

Where is England vs Norway happening?

The England vs Norway match will be played at Stade Océane, Le Havre in France.

What TV channel is England vs Norway on?

Individuals can watch the match live on BBC Four. All Women’s World Cup matches are on Fubo TV. Through Fox Sports 1 and NBC Universo.

BBC One will be showing the game live with coverage starting at 19.30 (UK).

Where can individuals stream England vs Norway?

UK customers can stream this match through BBC iPlayer, US customers can stream this match through NBC Sports Live Extra. In America, individuals can watch England vs Norway live streaming on fuboTV.

Where can individuals get tickets for England vs Norway?



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