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2023 Women’s World Cup: July 27 daily game thread — Portugal vs. Vietnam; Australia vs. Nigeria; Argentina vs. South Africa

Group places are taking shape.

Australia v Ireland: Group B - FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 Photo by Maddie Meyer - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images

Welcome to another day of Women’s World Cup action!

Portugal and Vietnam kick us off today from Group E, both teams having lost in their first endeavors — to the Netherlands and USWNT, respectively. It won’t be easy for either team to find a way out of this group.

Meanwhile Australia will look to build on their opening-day win over Ireland. Nigeria earned a point against Canada, so they are by no means out of it with a positive result here. They will, however, be without Deborah Abiodun, who earned a red card in the closing minutes of stoppage time last Thursday.

Finally we have Argentina and South Africa. Argentina lost 1-0 to Italy last time out, and South Africa lost 2-1 to Sweden. While both teams are sitting on zero points, perhaps the top of this group is not quite so secure as Group E.

Today’s lineup

  • Group E: Portugal vs. Vietnam | 3:30 AM EST
  • Group B: Australia vs. Nigeria | 6:00 AM EST
  • Group G: Argentina vs. South Africa | 8:00 PM EST

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