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England v Argentina: Women's World Cup 2019 – live!

England v Argentina: Women's World Cup 2019 – live!

England: Telford, Bronze, Houghton, McManus, Greenwood, Mead, Moore, Scott, Kirby, Taylor, Parris. Subs: Bardsley, Walsh, Bright, Stokes, Williamson, Daly, White, Stanway, Carney, Staniforth, Duggan, Earps. Argentina: Correa, Sachs, Barroso, Cometti, Stabile, Bravo, Mayorga, Benitez, Banini, Bonsegundo, Jaimes. Subs: Santana, Oviedo, Garton, Gomez,

England vs Argentina, World Cup 2019: live score and latest updates

England vs Argentina, World Cup 2019: live score and latest updates

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England vs Argentina, Women's World Cup 2019: What time does the match start today, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?

England vs Argentina, Women's World Cup 2019: What time does the match start today, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?

What is it? E ngland's second Group D match of the 2019 Women's World Cup in France. Phil Neville's side won their opening game against Scotland, 2-1. England's clash with Argentina is in Le Havre and sees them take on a side ranked 37th in the world. To put that into context, Argentina are ranked three places below Thailand, who were thrashed 13-0

England Women's World Cup 2019 squad: Latest team updates, match times and injury news

England Women's World Cup 2019 squad: Latest team updates, match times and injury news

A s a player, Phil Neville had to get used to the enormous expectation levels surrounding England before every major tournament and they are soaring once again following their first match in the Women's World Cup in France. England beat Scotland 2-1 in their opening Group D game and now they meet Argentina in Le Havre today - a side ranked 37th in

England boss Phil Neville brands Dutch coach Verheijen a ‘keyboard warrior’

England boss Phil Neville brands Dutch coach Verheijen a ‘keyboard warrior’

PHIL NEVILLE slammed rentagob Dutch coach Raymond Verheijen as a “keyboard warrior”. Former Wales assistant manager Verheijen attacked the Women’s World Cup as being “coached by clueless left overs from the men’s game” and having a “shocking” level that was “like watching grass grow”. Neville’s Lionesses go for two from two at 8pm EPA But England boss

Phil Neville warns England to be wary of 'big, powerful' Argentina

Phil Neville warns England to be wary of 'big, powerful' Argentina

A fter overcoming the Auld Enemy of Scotland in the opening group game , England face another fierce, historic rival in their quest to become world champions. Argentina’s record in this World Cup may not be as illustrious as it is in the men’s game, but England manager Phil Neville warned against underestimating “a big, powerful football nation”. That

Jade Moore: England ready for 'physical fight' against World Cup underdogs Argentina

Jade Moore: England ready for 'physical fight' against World Cup underdogs Argentina

T o fully appreciate what you have, sometimes you need to realise what others are forced to do without and Jade Moore knows how fortunate England’s players are compared to their next World Cup opponents Argentina . Not everything is perfect and there is much work still to be done to improve facilities, crowds and participation numbers, but the Football

How Argentina’s women took on blatant sexism to reach the World Cup

How Argentina’s women took on blatant sexism to reach the World Cup

A rgentina had just drawn 0-0 against Japan at Parc des Princes in Paris on Monday, yet the players collapsed in joy as if celebrating an epic victory. For the casual viewer it must have seemed an exaggerated celebration but for anyone familiar with what the Argentinian players have gone through it was completely understandable. They are essentially

England Women's World Cup 2019 squad: Latest team news, match times and injury updates

England Women's World Cup 2019 squad: Latest team news, match times and injury updates

A s a player, Phil Neville had to get used to the enormous expectation levels surrounding England before every major tournament and they are soaring once again following their first match in the Women's World Cup in France. England beat Scotland 2-1 in their opening Group D game and now they meet Argentina in Le Havre on Friday - a side ranked 37th