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USWNT downs Sweden 2-0; Chile thwarts Thailand 2-0 in Women’s World Cup: Live stream, game time thread, how to watch

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It's the final day of the group stage of the World Cup. Sad times.

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Sweden v USA: Group F - 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup France Photo by Martin Rose/Getty Images

United States 2, Sweden 0 — FT

[Update 4:40PM EST]: An own goal in the 50th minute added to the USWNT lead.

[Update 3:05PM EST]: Lindsay Horan got the scoring started early with a goal in the third minute!

[Update 2:20PM EST]: Should this fixture be named “The War to Settle the Score”? Julie Ertz is NOT in the lineup due to an injury. Ertz is being held out as a precautionary measure.

Chile 2, Thailand 0 — FT

[Update 4:40PM EST]: Chile leads 2-0 behind goals an own goal (48’) and a tally from Maria Jose Urrutia (80’).

[Update 3:20PM EST]: Chile came close, but Thailand was saved by the post!

[Update 2:20PM EST]: Talk about playing second fiddle.


Netherlands 2, Canada 1

[Update 1:55PM EST]: It’s all over! The Netherlands sneaks by Canada!

[Update 1:34PM EST]: Lineth Beerensteyn’s 75th minute goal puts the Netherlands ahead!

[Update 1:17PM EST]: Canada equalizes behind a goal from the legend Christine Sinclair!

[Update 1:15PM EST]: Anouk Dekker’s goal in the 54th minute gave the Dutch squad the lead!

[Update 1:00PM EST]: This contest is scoreless at the half. Here is some of the action:

Cameroon 2, New Zealand 1

[Update 1:55PM EST]: An own goal tied the game for New Zealand, but Ajara Nchout’s goal in the fitth minute of extra time gave Cameroon the victory!

[Update 1:24PM EST]: Ajara Nchout gives Cameroon the lead!

[Update 1:00PM EST]: This contest is scoreless at the half, too! Here is some of the action:


It's the final day of the group stage at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. It seems like it just started yesterday. Sigh. Anyway, we have two big matches today between four teams on six points.

We open the day with the Netherlands and Canada. It's a big match for the reigning European champions, and the Canadians are certainly spoiling for a big win here.

Cameroon and New Zealand are both sitting on zero points after the first two games and will be filling for a win the salvage something from this adventure in France.

In arguably the biggest match of the group stage, the United States and Sweden will face each other. The winner of the group is lining up for a potential match against France in the quarterfinals.

Thailand and Chile are also kicking off at the same time. These are two of the weakest teams in the entire competition. However, if one of them manage to get a big win here, maybe the sneak through?

If you’re looking to watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, fuboTV has you for your streaming needs and, as always, Live Soccer TV can tell you where to find the World Cup on television or streaming in your country.

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