The Women’s World Cup group stage has ended, with tournament favourites France and the U.S. women’s team having qualified for the knockout phases with ease.The last 16 round of the competition is set to begin soon, with some of the most exciting of the action still to come.Goal has rounded up who each team could potentially face off with in the last 16. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Which teams have qualified for the Women’s World Cup last 16? The top two placed teams from each of the six groups, plus the four best-placed third teams, will qualify for the knockout stage.The group stage is set to conclude on June 20, at which the full last 16 schedule and teams involved will be confirmed. Group Winners Runners-up Third-placed teams A France 🇫🇷 Norway 🇳🇴 Nigeria 🇳🇬 B Germany 🇩🇪 Spain 🇪🇸 China PR 🇨🇳 C Italy 🇮🇹 Australia 🇦🇺 Brazil 🇧🇷 D England 🏴 Japan 🇯🇵 N/A E Netherlands 🇳🇱 Canada 🇨🇦 Cameroon 🇨🇲 F USWNT 🇺🇸 Sweden 🇸🇪 N/A *correct as of June 20, 2019. Group A permutations France have assured qualification to the last 16 round with three wins out of three, topping their group and earning a last 16 clash with the third-placed finisher of Group C which is Brazil.It gets increasingly interesting for France as they could potentially meet with the USWNT in the quarter-final stage, should both sides win their round of 16 clashes.Second-placed Norway , who advanced with six points, will face the runners-up of Group C which is Australia.Third-placed Nigeria qualified to set up a meeting with Group B winners Germany.Group B permutations Germany finished top of their group with ease, registering three straight victories against China, Spain and South Africa, and will face Nigeria.Runners-up Spain finished above third-placed China based on goal difference and will meet with the USWNT.China , who have guaranteed a top-four third-placed finish with their draw against Spain, will face off against Italy, the winners of Group C.Group C permutations The standings of Group C were not confirmed until the final matchday, with Italy topping their group followed by Australia in second place Brazil qualifying as the third-ranked team.Italy will meet with the third-placed finisher of B which is China.Group C runners-up Australia will go on to face Norway in the round of 16, while third-placed Brazil setting up a meeting with Group A winners France.Group D permutations England and Japan have qualified in Group D, with the Lionesses having topped their group with three straight wins.Phil Neville’s side will clash with third place of Group E or F, which will be Cameroon or Chile.Second-place finisher Japan will then face the winners of Group E, which is the Netherlands.The third-place Group D finisher Argentina did not qualify to make it to the knockout phases.Group E permutations The likes of the Netherlands and Canada have confirmed their qualification, finishing in first and second place respectively.The winner of Group E (the Netherlands) will face the runners-up of Group D, which is Japan.The Group E runner-up (Canada) will then face the runner-up of Group F, which will be either the USWNT or Sweden.The third place Group E finisher ( Cameroon ) will set up a clash with Group D winners England.Group F permutations The USWNT may have an aggregate score of 16-0 after their first two group games, annihilating both Thailand and Chile, and topped their group after defeating Sweden 2-0 in their final group game.They will meet with Spain in the next round, setting up a potential quarter-final battle with France should both sides win their last 16 games.The Group F runners-up Sweden will then meet with the Group E runners-up Canada.Neither Chile or Thailand qualified for the knockout stages as the third-ranked team.
ATLANTA, GA – JANUARY 08: Tua Tagovailoa #13 of the Alabama Crimson Tide reacts to throwing a seven yard touchdown pass during the fourth quarter against the Georgia Bulldogs in the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on January 8, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa suffered a high ankle sprain during the SEC Championship against Georgia over a month ago. He endured a long recovery process, but looked to be near 100-percent when the Tide took the field against Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl last weekend.Tagovailoa completed 24-of-27 passes for 318 yards and four touchdowns against a porous Oklahoma defense. However, it was his ability to escape the pocket and take a sack without re-injuring the ankle that suggested he was healthy.Now, as Tua and the Tide gear up for the title game against Clemson, the star quarterback gave an update on his injured ankle. He said he’s “trying to maintain the feeling of it feeling good.”Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa said it’s not a matter of his ankle healing anymore, it’s “trying to maintain the feeling of it feeling good.” “Just one more,” he said. “After that I can rest.” pic.twitter.com/UDHl55rer3— Heather Dinich (@CFBHeather) January 5, 2019It looks like Tua will be ready to go against a tough Clemson defense on Monday night.Alabama and Clemson kick off at 8:00 p.m. ET on Monday night. The game will be broadcast on ESPN.
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