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Top 12 Women’s Football matches to watch in November 2019

November 7, 2019 By Ali M.
The likes of USWNT, England, Brazil, France, Netherlands, Canada, and Australia will all be in action this month. Here's everything you need to know.

November sees the return of action in the women’s international scene, with several of the biggest teams taking to the field. The likes of Brazil, USA, Netherlands, Australia, and France will be involved in some interesting encounters.

For the FIFA Women’s World Cup champions, they will be partaking in friendlies in preparation for next year’s Olympics. Meanwhile, those from Europe will be focused on the qualifying stage for the women’s Euro tournament. Here are the top women’s football matches to watch this month.

November 7, 2019

  • Brazil vs Canada 

  • USA vs Sweden (friendly)

November 8, 2019

  • Turkey vs Netherlands (women’s Euro Qualifying)

November 9, 2019

  • Australia vs Chile (friendly) 

  • England vs Germany (friendly) 

  • France vs Serbia (friendly)

November 10, 2019

  • Japan vs South Africa (friendly)

  • USA vs Costa Rica (friendly)  

November 12, 2019

  • Australia vs Chile (friendly)

  • Portugal vs Finland (women’s Euro Qualifying)

  • Czech Republic vs England (friendly) 

  • Netherlands vs Slovenia (women’s Euro Qualifying)

Brazil vs Canada preview

Brazil and Canada will lock horns in the fifth edition of the Yongchuan Tournament on November 7th in what should be an interesting clash. The South American giants have slowly been rebuilding since their Women’s World Cup exit at the hands of France, winning three of their last four games. Veteran striker Christine Sinclair will be present for the Canadians and will be keen to lead them to victory.

USA vs Sweden preview

This might be a friendly, but this is a highly-anticipated one involving the Women’s World Cup champions. They will take on Sweden in what will be Vlatko Andonovski debut game as manager since replacing legendary coach Jill Ellis. Rapinoe and Co. have lost only once this year and boast a 24-game unbeaten run amid their preparations for the 2020 Olympics, but Sweden will be aiming to put that to the sword.

England vs Germany preview 

A ball hasn’t been kicked yet in this game but the friendly between England and Germany will be a record-breaker. This tie, being played at Wembley, has sold out, meaning a historic crowd of 90,000 people could attend this game. The Lionesses will be hoping for a win after winning only once since their impressive FIFA Women’s World Cup campaign this summer.

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