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KATHRYN BATTE: The Lionesses are set for their toughest test yet on Friday, as the European Champions go up against World Cup winners USA who remain the team to beat in women's football England are unbeaten under Wiegman but have not beaten the USA for five years They will face the World Champions in a huge game at Wembley on Friday night The United States are still the country to beat in international women’s football American star Megan Rapinoe said: '‘There isn’t really a huge gap any more' Click here for all the latest World Cup 2022 news and updates
By Kathryn Batte For The Daily Mail
Published: 22:39 BST, 6 October 2022 | Updated: 22:39 BST, 6 October 2022
England will be tested on two fronts on Friday. First, can they attract a bigger crowd than the 87,192 who watched them win the Euros at Wembley this summer? And second, can they defeat the world champions?
The United States are still the country to beat in women’s football. The last time they played here was a warm-up for the 2015 World Cup. The match was at MK Dons with a crowd of 14,369. Tonight they will play the Euro 2022 winners at a sold-out Wembley.
The Lionesses are unbeaten under Sarina Wiegman but have not beaten the US since 2017. Asked whether European countries have closed the gap, Wiegman said: ‘I think so. What we’ve seen in Europe is an improvement of the
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