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FIFA Women’s World Cup: Quarter-Final

Day: Saturday, August 12, 2023

Time: 6:30 AM ET, Saturday August 12, 2023

Venue: ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia

Overview: FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 saw a total of 32 top national teams belonging to five different alliances compete with each other for the reputed title of the World’s Football Champion. The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is ongoing and will finish on August 20, 2023.

The 32 teams were divided into eight groups: Group A to Group H with each of the groups consisting of four teams. The way the World Cup works is simple: The teams compete in a single-headed round-robin format. Once all the teams play all the three games, the top two nations teams from each group qualify for the knockout stages. The teams are awarded three points for every single win, one point if the match is a draw and no point for a loss. 

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In the group stage level on points, if a country finishes with another nation then they are judged based on who has the higher goal difference. It is calculated by the goals scored minus the goals conceded. If the teams are yet not separated then the number of goals scored by a team will be placed higher in the group. 

Below are the 32 teams from Group A to Group H:

England vs. Colombia FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Match: Key Details

England’s victory this weekend in the Women’s World Cup leads them to the quarter-finals to face Colombia in Sydney. On the other hand, Colombia has reached the quarter-finals for the first time in FIFA Women’s World Cup history.

The quarter-finals between England vs. Colombia is scheduled for August 12, 2023, on Friday at 4:00 pm IST at Stadium Australia in Sydney. Due to Chelsea winger James being suspended, England will have to play the game without her. On the other hand, Sarina Wiegman faces a strategic decision choosing between sticking with the productive formation: 3-4-1-2 against China. 

Chloe Kelly will probably replace James and a shift to a four-man defense might see Rachel Daly moved to a forward position from wing-back. Manuela Vanegas, a Colombian defender, is all set to return to play after serving her suspension. 

The latest odds of unexpected eliminations of Germany and the United States of America, England has gained an edge on Japan, Spain and France and surged as the new frontrunner. The Lionesses secured their position in the quarter-final by defeating Nigeria, despite the tense round of 16 matches. 

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England vs. Colombia FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Match: How To Watch 

If you’re a hardcore football fan and wondering where you can watch FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in India, then you’re at the right place. You can watch the live telecast on the DD Sports TV channel in India and live streaming will be available on FanCode. 

You can also watch it on Sony Six as they are broadcasting the live game in India. The viewers can stream the match on SonyLIV. Live England vs. Colombia quarter-finals is on Friday, August 11, 2023, at 4:00 pm IST. The coverage will begin at 1:30 pm IST. 

You can also opt for VPNs to watch the live streaming on Sky Sports of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023. All you have to do is subscribe to a VPN service, check for availability in your region then connect to the New York server, search for the England vs. Colombia FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Match and enjoy buffer-free streaming. Check out our article on the best VPNs. 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Which team is leading the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023?

As of August 11, 2023, the leading team in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is Japan with 9 points. They played 3 matches and won all three with 11 goals for, 0 goals against and 11 goal difference, followed by Sweden and England, both with 9 points.

Sweden and England both played 3 matches individually and won all three securing 9 points in total for each team. Sweden scored 9 goals in a total of 3 matches and England scored 8 goals in a total of 3 matches.

However, after today’s quarter-final, Sweden won against Japan and qualified for the semi-final. So, that makes Sweden the leading team in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.

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