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Norway v Nigeria: Group A - 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup France Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

Germany’s plight to secure a Women’s World Cup begins today and the first obstacle in the way for the squad is China.

Midfielders Dzsenifer Marozsán (Lyon) and Lea Schüller (Essen) are expected to be two of Germany’s most crucial players while several other familiar names are expected to make an impact. Bayern Munich’s Laura Benkarth (goalkeeper), Kathrin Hendrich (defender), Leonie Maier (defender), Verena Schweers (midfielder/defender), Melanie Leupolz (forward), and Lina Magull (forward) are all on the roster.

Defender Giulia Gwinn (SC Freiburg) and midfielder Linda Dallman (Essen) will join Bayern this summer as well, while former Bayern players Sara Däbritz (Paris Saint-Germain) and Leonie Maier (Arsenal) will also take part.

Martina Voss-Tecklenburg came onboard as coach in February and has spend the time since in acclimating herself with the roster.

As for China, 24-year-old midfielder Wang Shuan is the player to watch. Creative and offensively gifted, Shuan will be looking to generate offense against what is expected to be a very stingy German defensive corps.

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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