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England Women v USA Women betting preview
England have kept fire wins and four consecutive clean sheetsEngland delivered a solid performance in their quarter final against Norway, beating the Nordics with an impressive 3-0 scoreline. The Lionesses have won all five of their World Cup matches in France so far. The goal conceded in a 2-1 success over Scotland on matchday one was the last time England conceded a goal. As to direct encounters against USA, Phil Neville's girls recorded 2-2 draw with the States in March helped them to lift the SheBelieves Cup.
England boss Phil Neville isn't expected to change much after a pleasing display last time out. Captain Steph Houghton shrugged off an ankle complaint last time out and is expected to feature from the off. Lucy Bronze, Demi Stokes and Millie Bright will complete fhe four man backline. Fran Kirby is expected to partner the prolific Ellen White up front, with Toni Duggan and Beth Mead in contention for the third offensive berth.
USA have nonetheless lost only one of their last 43 matches in all competitionsAfter requiring two penalties to see off Spain, USA Women continued the defense of their World Cup title taking down host France in the quarterfinals, 2-1. The Americans cruised to a Group F first-place finish, defeating Thailand, Chile and Sweden in their first three games at the cup. They are currently on a run of 11 straight wins and have scored 44 goals in their last 10 games. The Stars and Stripes girls have scored 22 goals in the tournament, although 13 of which came in a one-sided spanking of Thailand. Furthermore, they have scored inside the first 12 minutes in all five of their World Cup games to date.
USA boss Jill Ellis has no new injury concerns. Megan Rapinoe, the biggest star at this World Cup, will continue to lead the line, flanked by Alex Morgan. The likes of Lindsey Horan, Rose Lavelle, Samantha Mewis, Julie Ertz are competing for three spots in midfield as Tobin Heath looks a sure starte. The likes of O'Hara, Dahlkemper, Sauerbrunn and Dunn will from the four man backline.
28/1 England or 9/1 USA to win
England Women v USA Women Starting Lineups England Women (4-3-3): Bardsley; Bronze, Houghton, Bright, Stokes; Walsh, Parris, Scott; Kirby, Duggan, White
USA Women (4-4-2): Naeher; O'Hara, Dahlkemper, Sauerbrunn, Dunn; Lavelle, Ertz, Mewis, Heath; Morgan, Rapinoe
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