If New Zealand overcomes the Philippines in their Group A match on Tuesday (July 25), they will have a better chance of advancing to the knockout stage of the Women’s World Cup. If Switzerland were to defeat Norway and other outcomes in Group A went its way, then the Swiss would be guaranteed a berth in the next round of 16 regardless of how the other results turned out. So, how to watch the match and see the progress?
In the meantime, Colombia and South Korea will kick off their campaigns in the Women’s World Cup 2023 against one another. Continue reading down below.
On the FIFA website, you can find a comprehensive list of the individuals that control the media rights in each nation. In the United States, the match will be broadcast on various platforms, including the Fox channel. You may also watch the game online by logging into the website of your TV provider and check the available options.
The match between Colombia and South Korea will begin at 10 PM10 PM ET. On Monday (July 24), the match between New Zealand and the Philippines will begin at 1:30 AM1:30 AM. ET, and then at 4 AM4 AM. ET, Switzerland will play Norway. That’s pretty tough!
The Philippines vs. New Zealand
The Football Ferns have a chance to create history once again in their second game of the 2023 Women’s World Cup as they look to advance to the knockout rounds of the competition. Last week, the Football Ferns won their first-ever game at the Women’s World Cup.
New Zealand’s Hannah Wilkinson scored the game-winning goal at the end of an outstanding team move to give her side a 1-0 victory in its opening match and an opportunity to continue playing in the competition.
Colombia vs. South Korea
This encounter is the penultimate game from the initial round of fixtures after the competition got underway on July 20. Both Colombia and South Korea have been waiting a long time to make their maiden participation at the 2023 Women’s World Cup, which is being held in 2023.
Switzerland vs. Norway
The Swiss defeated the Philippines by a score of 2-0 thanks to goals from Ramona Bachmann and Seraina Séverin Piubel. Bachmann got a chance from the penalty spot, while Piubel scored a sloppy goal in the second half. The Gresshoppene went into the match against New Zealand as the odds-on favorites, but the Football Ferns were able to pull off an unexpected victory with a score of 1-0, thanks to the support of the crowd at home.
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