In Group D of the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, England, Haiti, China and Denmark will be present. England will be kick-starting proceedings in Group D when they lock horns with Haiti on 22nd July 2023 at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.
This FIFA Women’s World Cup is the 9th edition of the tournament and promises to ooze action and entertainment. England would be hoping to go all the way through to the finals this time and exorcize the ghosts of their semi-final exit in the 2015 edition.
Haiti will be making their first appearance in a World Cup and would be looking to match up to the prowess of the other teams.
China’s best performance till date has been in 1999 when they finished as the runners-up. Hosts USA had won the tournament and the entire crowd were behind the girls of the USA team.
In this article, we take a look at the schedule, teams and prediction of Group D in the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023:
Teams in Group D
|Sat, Jul. 22||England vs Haiti||7:30pm||Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane|
|Sat, Jul. 22||Denmark vs China||10pm||HBF Park, Perth|
|Fri, Jul. 28||England vs Denmark||6:30pm||Allianz Stadium, Sydney|
|Fri, Jul. 28||China vs Haiti||9pm||Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide|
|Tue, Aug. 1||China vs England||9pm||Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide|
|Tue, Aug. 1||Haiti vs Denmark||9pm||HBF Park, Perth|
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Prediction of Group D
We predict that England and China will be advancing to the next round from Group D. England were outright favourites to lift the title but there has been a spate of injuries that has affected the team.
Beth Mead, Leah Williamson and Fran Kirby were key members of the team but they will all be missing out as they have suffered injuries. However, they should be defeating Denmark and Haiti in their group and should give stiff competition to China.
Haiti were the Group B winners of the Inter-confederation play-offs and would be looking to prove a point in this World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
Denmark are a potent side but haven’t been able to qualify for the World Cups in the last 3 editions. They will now be staging a comeback and would be hoping to do so in full force.