Women’s World Cup 2023 Group F fixtures
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Of all the groups at this tournament, Group F, possibly, has the clearest divide between the top two and the bottom two.
France certainly have the talent to go all the way, even without Amandine Henry, Delphine Cascarino and Marie-Antoinette Katoto who are all injured.
Other key players, such as captain Wendie Renard, are back in the fold though, following the coup of very unpopular manager Corinne Diacre earlier this year.
Now leading les Bleues is the unmistakable figure of Hervé Renard, who’s previously won AFCON twice, with Zambia and Côte d’Ivoire, before leading Morocco and Saudi Arabia at the last two men’s World Cups.
France’s best run at a World Cup came in 2011, ending up fourth, subsequently going out in the quarter-finals at the last two editions, hoping to achieve their best-ever finish this summer.
Brazil meantime haven’t won a single World Cup knockout game since appearing in the 2007 final, defeated by Germany back then, ousted by hosts France at Stade Océane in 2019.
Whilst the Seleção are unlikely to go all the way Down Under, they should avoid a first group phase exit since 1995.
That’s because neither of the two CONCACAF teams are set to surmount any sort of bid to take a top two spot.
Jamaica’s World Cup debut didn’t go to plan in 2019, losing all three matches, conceding 12 goals and scoring just one, including a 3-0 defeat to Brazil in Grenoble.
Lastly, Panama are making their own debut this summer, with las Canaleras looking at the clash against their regional rivals on 29 July as their best chance to get off the mark.
The same day in Brisbane, France and Brazil will go head-to-head, a matchday two clash that’s likely to determine top spot.