England vs Argentina: Live Stream, TV Info for Women’s World Cup 2019 NICE, FRANCE – JUNE 09: Nikita Parris of England celebrates with teammate Steph Houghton after scoring her team’s first goal during the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup France
England vs Argentina Live
Date: Friday, June 14
Time: 9 p.m. local, 8 p.m. BST, 3 p.m. ET
TV Info: Fox Network (U.S.), BBC One (UK)
Live Stream: Fox Sports Go, BBC iPlayer
Match Odds (via Oddschecker): England 1-10, Argentina 40-1, Draw 19-2
There is little doubt how Argentina will set up against England.
They were brilliant defensively against Japan, restricting the 2011 champions and 2015 runners-up to few chances despite having less than 30 percent of the possession.
Fran Kirby, Ellen White, Lucy Bronze and Nikita Parris could deal the key blow to Argentina on Friday with an individual piece of brilliance, but the performance of the team as a whole will be the most crucial element.
Against Scotland, England were excellent in the first half but sloppy in the second, and Neville will be looking for a strong 90 minutes in Le Havre to build a platform for the rest of the tournament.
Bronze and Parris are two of the most exciting players at the tournament, and they should be able to get through Argentina in a way Japan could not if they link up effectively.
The Albicelestes’ draw against Japan was remarkable not just because they sit 30 places below the Asian champions in the world rankings, but also because they recently spent two years in the international wilderness after a lack of backing from their federation.
England face Argentina in the second round of Group D fixtures in the Women’s World Cup on Friday, with the Lionesses hoping to make it two successes from two toward the beginning of the tournament.
England vs Argentina Team News
England started their 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup campaign with a success over Scotland and regardless of some promising signs all through the game, despite everything they have a lot of enhancements to make whether they want to win the tournament.
Subsequent to leading 2-0 at the break, England were not as predominant in the second period and will hope to produce a 90-minute performance as they face Argentina and endeavor to stay at the top of Group D.
Phil Neville named what gave off an impression of being his most grounded side for the opening game with Scotland and he may hope to name an unchanged team as he searches for some consistency from the Lionesses.
Argentina will consider it to be a point picked up instead of a point lost when they disappointed Japan in their opening game as they earned a goalless draw against the side sitting 30 places higher than them in the world rankings.
The Argentines face another extreme test here and realize their goal will come under attack from an England side that, similar to Japan, will command ownership and hope to make however many possibilities before goal as could be expected under the circumstances.
After such a strong display in that opening challenge, Argentina might want to field an unchanged beginning 11 yet it won’t be lost on Carlos Borello that it will have been a energy-sapping display and that may constrain him to freshen his side up