England vs Spain confirmed line-ups for Women’s World Cup last

England supervisor Sarina Wiegman has named an unchanged group for the Women’s World Cup last as Lauren James returns to the bench in opposition to Spain.

After efficiently ending their run of semi-final defeats to beat hosts Australia in Sydney, Wiegman has caught with the identical facet that impressively beat the Matildas 3-1 as Ella Toone retains her place.

James was despatched off for stamping on an opponent in England’s last-16 win over Nigeria however has now served her two-match suspension and will now make an look off the bench.

Toone impressed along with her efficiency in opposition to Australia and was additionally on the scoresheet as she scored the opening aim.

But James was one of many gamers of the World Cup through the group levels, scoring three objectives, and could possibly be the distinction late on for England as they appear to win the World Cup for the primary time.

Meanwhile, Spain head coach Jorge Vilda has made an enormous name and dropped two-time Ballon d’Or winner Alexia Putellas from his beginning line-up. The Barcelona star is changed by Salma Paralluelo, who thrived as an impression substitute by scoring within the in each their quarter-final win in opposition to the Netherlands and within the semi-final win in opposition to Sweden. Spain are unchanged elsewhere from the semi-final.

Here’s every little thing that you must know forward of the World Cup last and discover newest ideas for the sport itself right here.

When is England vs Spain?

The Women’s World Cup last will kick off at 11:00am BST on Sunday 20 August at Stadium Australia, Sydney.

What TV channel is it on?

The World Cup last shall be proven by each the BBC and ITV. Coverage on BBC One begins at 9.45am, whereas ITV’s protection begins at 9:25am. It will even be out there to observe on-line, on each the BBC iPlayer and on ITV X.

Confirmed line-ups

Spain XI: Cata, Batlle, Paredes, Codina, Olga, Abelleira, Bonmati, Hermoso, Redondo, Caldentey, Paralluelo

England XI: Earps; Carter, Bright, Greenwood; Bronze, Walsh, Stanway, Daly; Toone; Hemp, Russo

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