England’s path to the final stage at the Women’s World Cup in 2023

Germany’s surprise exit from the Women’s World Cup put England on what looks like the better side of the draw. However, the event has shown that no team can be counted out.

After beating the leader of Group H, Colombia, Morocco beat the second-ranked team in the world, Germany, to finish second. This is one of the great underdog stories.

Canada, which is ranked seventh in the world, is also not in England’s side of the draw. This means that only two of the world’s top 10 teams are in England’s side.

The team led by Sarina Wiegman plays Nigeria (ranked 40th) in the round of 16 on Monday. If they win, they would play either Jamaica (ranked 43rd) or Colombia (ranked 25th) in the quarterfinals.

But at the World Cup, all three of these teams have done some impressive things.

Nigeria beat Australia, one of the co-hosts of the tournament, on their way to coming second in Group B. Jamaica, meanwhile, tied with France and Brazil and beat Panama to finish second in Group F.

On the other hand, Colombia beat Germany 2-1 to finish first in Group H. This shows that there could be more surprises in the game.

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