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England to face Scotland and Japan at Women's World Cup, United States to meet Sweden

Goal.com Saturday, 8 December 2018
England to face Scotland and Japan at Women's World Cup, United States to meet SwedenThe United States will meet Thailand, Chile and Sweden at the Women's World Cup, while Scotland, Argentina and Japan will face England.
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News video: Coaches Ellis, Gerhardsson, and Letelier looking forward to Women's World Cup after draw

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Coaches Jill Ellis of U.S., Sweden's Peter Gerhardsson, and Chile's Jose Letelier looking forward to Women's World Cup after drawing Group F

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