Sport Football Women's Football Women's World Cup TV coverage: How to watch every England and Scotland fixture There are two home nations in this year's Women's World Cup - here's how to watch all their games Friday, 7th June , am Updated Friday, 6th September , pm Millie Bright right and England teammate Rachel Daly celebrate at the final whistle of their triumphant World Cup qualifier against Wales last August Getty Images After the England men's team stormed through the World Cup in Russia, defying expectations and progressing further in the tournament than they had done for years, this summer sees the Women's team looking for similar success.
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A Lionesses' victory wouldn't be as great a shock though; the team are currently ranked third in the world, and having won the SheBelieves Cup for the first time in March, they're one of the favourites to take home the trophy. But don't count out Scotland , the other home nation who've qualified for 's tournament in France.
Though the Scots are positioned at a more modest 20th place in FIFA's rankings, they'll be looking to put up a fight in their first World Cup.
In fact, their debut fixture is England vs Scotland in Nice.