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The early match between England and Cameroon is a fine appetizer for the DELIGHTFUL late match between powerhouses France and Brazil.

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Nigeria v France: Group A - 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup France Photo by Martin Rose/Getty Images

The Round of 16 at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup continues on Sunday with what is, hands down, the biggest match of the tournament so far when hosts France and Brazil face each other. The opening match of the day, England vs Cameroon, has some fun in store for everyone as well.

England are one of the favorites to win this World Cup, so of course, they are the favorites to beat Cameroon in this one. The English powered through their group, taking all nine points while only allowing one goal. Cameroon, on the other hand, only got into the knockout rounds thanks to a 95th minute goal against New Zealand to take their only three points of the group stage. We’re all rooting for Cameroon here, right?

Here we go! The first true heavyweight match of this tournament takes place in the Round of 16 with France taking on Brazil. France will be expected to go through to the Quarterfinals in this one, but they were not challenged nearly as much as Brazil was in the group stage. How much will that come into play? Plus, with Marta and Cristiane coming at you, Brazil is a threat at all times.

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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