20/07/2023 Football

20/07/2023 Football – Plenty of football is being played today. The Women’s World Cup starts today with New Zealand v Norway & Australia v Republic of Ireland.

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20/07/2023 Football – Women’s World Cup – New Zealand v Norway

The match between New Zealand and Norway is part of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023. The game is set to kick off at 08:00 on Thursday, July 20, 2023.

New Zealand, one of the hosts of the World Cup, will be starting the tournament against Norway in Auckland. Both teams have had mixed results in their recent matches. New Zealand lost 1-0 to Italy, while Norway drew 3-3 against Sweden. Norway is looking to break their losing streak at major tournaments, having exited Euro 2022 at the group stage after losing 8-0 to England and 1-0 to Austria.

The last time these two teams met, Norway won 2-0 with goals by Ada Hegerberg and Guro Bergsvand. The prediction for this match is a similar result but with a closer scoreline due to the home crowd support for the Ferns. The prediction is a 1-0 win for Norway.

20/07/2023 Football

20/07/2023 Football – Women’s World Cup – New Zealand v Norway

The Republic of Ireland is set to make its debut in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 against co-hosts Australia. The match will take place at a sold-out Stadium Australia in Sydney. Captain Katie McCabe has stated that the team is not just happy to be participating, but they aim to challenge Australia and leave a legacy back home. The Republic of Ireland will also face Canada and Nigeria in Group B.

Denise O’Sullivan, a key midfielder for the Republic, has been declared fit to play after being hospitalised due to a badly bruised shin during a friendly match with Colombia. The Republic’s manager, Vera Pauw, has confirmed that O’Sullivan is fine and will play against Australia.

The Republic is prepared for a physical match and is focused on giving Australia, Canada, and Nigeria the hardest games possible. They are aware of Australia’s quality but are confident in their own abilities. The team arrived in Sydney and was greeted by Irish fans at the airport, adding to their excitement and determination to do their nation proud.

Australia’s star striker and captain, Sam Kerr, is expected to be a significant player in the match. However, Pauw emphasized that her team’s game plan involves dealing with the entire Australian team, not just Kerr. Australia’s manager, Tony Gustavsson, stated that they have identified weaknesses in the Republic team and are prepared to exploit them.

Women’s World Cup: Republic of Ireland want to leave World Cup legacy – Katie McCabe – BBC Sport

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20/07/2023 Football Gossip & News

  • Chelsea is preparing an enhanced offer of £80m plus add-ons for Brighton’s Ecuadorian midfielder Moises Caicedo, who is 21 years old.
  • Chelsea is also contemplating the return of Marc Guehi, an England defender, who was sold to Crystal Palace two years ago.
  • Manchester City has identified Barcelona’s Brazilian winger Raphinha as a potential replacement for their Algerian winger Riyad Mahrez, who is heading to Al-Ahli.
  • Newcastle is close to selling French winger Allan Saint-Maximin to Saudi Arabian club Al-Ahli for approximately £30m.
  • Al-Nassr has improved their proposal for Bayer Leverkusen’s Moussa Diaby, and Aston Villa has also submitted a second bid for the French winger.
  • Crystal Palace has placed a minimum £70m valuation on Mali midfielder Cheick Doucoure, who is a target for Liverpool.
  • Tottenham is considering a move for Brazilian striker Pedro, who currently plays for Flamengo.
  • Bournemouth could outbid Borussia Dortmund, Barcelona, and Real Madrid with a £15m offer for Spanish right-back Ivan Fresneda from Real Valladolid.
  • Fulham has made an initial offer of about £15m to Ajax for Nigerian defender Calvin Bassey.
  • Aleksandar Mitrovic, a Serbian striker, has stated he will never play for Fulham again after they rejected two bids from Al-Hilal.
  • Atletico Madrid has given Portuguese forward Joao Felix permission to complete a transfer to Barcelona.
  • Atletico has contacted Paris St-Germain about the availability of Marco Verratti but has not yet made an offer for the Italian midfielder.
  • Chelsea could finalize a move for Montpellier’s Elye Wahi, but Atletico Madrid is also interested in the French forward.
  • Tottenham has joined West Ham in the race to sign Conor Gallagher from Chelsea, who are believed to be holding out for a fee of at least £40m for the England midfielder.
  • Arsenal is tracking Dinamo Zagreb’s midfielder Martin Baturina, who impressed for Croatia at the European Under-21 Championship.
  • Villarreal is interested in signing Portuguese full-back Cedric Soares from Arsenal.
  • Real Betis is interested in West Ham’s Spanish midfielder Pablo Fornals, as well as Tottenham’s Argentine midfielder Giovani lo Celso.
  • Tottenham has given Colombian defender Davinson Sanchez permission to hold talks with Strasbourg and Spartak Moscow.
  • Wolves are in talks to sign former England left-back Aaron Cresswell from West Ham.
  • Napoli and Torino are in contention to sign French midfielder Boubakary Soumare from Leicester.

Thursday’s gossip: Caicedo, Guehi, Raphinha, Saint-Maximin, Diaby, Doucoure, Pedro, Fresneda – BBC Sport

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