England will take on Norway in the quarter-finals of Women’s Euro 2022. Sarina Wiegman’s side opened the tournament with a 1-0 win over Austria at Old Trafford, beating a record crowd. Meanwhile, Norway swept aside Northern Ireland 4-1 in their opening game. Star players for the Norwegians include Caroline Graham Hansen and Ada Hegerberg.
Gabby presents live coverage of England Women vs Norway Women
Watch Gabby presents live coverage of England Women versus Norway Women, the first match in the World Cup quarter-final, from Brighton. The match is set to kick off at 2:00pm on Friday (local time). Live commentary and team news will be provided by Gabby.
On Thursday, Norway swept aside Northern Ireland with a three-goal lead after just 31 minutes. Goals from Julie Blakstad, Frida Maanum and Caroline Graham Hansen gave Norway a three-goal lead. The win extended the national team’s unbeaten run to 15 games. The team also maintained a good defensive record, keeping five clean sheets in their last five matches.
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England Women beat Norway by an 8-0 margin in their Women’s European Championship group game. The English had won their group by a similar scoreline but with one change in their team. England opted for forwards Ellen White and Lucy Bronze to help Jill Scott in attack. They also made some substitutions.
England will be looking to extend its unbeaten run to 13 games, while Norway could get their seventh win in a row. England and Norway are likely to finish the game with a congratulatory gesture, but the result could still go the way of a draw.
England have not lost in a friendly since their 8-0 win at Euro 2020, and they’ll be hoping to do the same against Norway. They’re under a new coach in Hege Riise, who was formerly with Great Britain’s Olympic side. Read on to find out how you can watch this game live, including how to watch it on TV.
The game between England and Norway will be the last friendly before the World Cup. This friendly is the final one under Sarina Wiegman’s management and has gone unbeaten in all 25 games since she was appointed in mid-December. Sarina Wiegman’s squad have scored 124 goals and conceded just six. The win against Japan last week was a great example of how England can build on that and have another strong year. They may even replicate their continental success on the international stage.
Team performance against Norway
The team performance against Norway is a positive one, although there are some key areas that Norway needs to improve on. In particular, the attacking players need to be more consistent in their shots on target. While Norway have a good range of attacking players, they need to focus more in front of goal and avoid missing their opportunities.
The Norwegian squad is made up largely of players who are nearing their peak age. While they have some experienced players in the side, most of them are 24-30 years old and in peak physical condition. They also have the highest football intelligence during this age group and have better decision making.
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