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Women’s World Cup Day 6 open thread: Groups A & B continue play, TV schedule, and links

Nigeria, South Korea, Germany, Spain, France, and Norway play in a series of three matches today

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Matchday 6 will see play continue for Group A and Group B. Three games are on the schedule for today, so here are some things to watch out for:

First match of the day has Nigeria taking on South Korea. Both these teams suffered multi goal losses in their opening matches and will have something to prove a result could position either of these teams into a second or third place slot depending on the result of France vs Norway.

Second match features Germany and Spain. Both teams won their opening matches and if there is a winner during this one, they own sole possession of first place after 2 matches played. Germany will want to try and score more than one goal this time around, but could be challenged by Spain’s possession style play.

The gran finale for this trio of games will see the two heavy hitters of Group A play each other as France takes on Norway. France kicked off the World Cup with an impressive 4-0 win over South Korea while Norway beat Nigeria, 3-0. If there is a winner in this match they will likely sit in sole possession of first place with a match remaining in the group.

How To Watch

Match 1

Who: Nigeria v South Korea

Where: Stade des Alpes, Grenoble

When: 9 a.m. ET


Stream: Free Fubo TV trial

Match 2

Who: Germany v Spain

Where: Stade Du Hainaut, Valenciennes

When: 12 p.m. ET


Stream: Free Fubo TV trial

Match 3

Who: France v Norway

Where: Stade de Nice, Nice

When: 3 p.m. ET


Stream: Free Fubo TV trial

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Open Thread

This is also your discussion thread for MatchDay 6! Who are you rooting for today? Are you recovered from yesterday’s matches? Make sure you leave your thoughts in the comments below!