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Matildas learn potential knockout opponent after England defeat Denmark in FIFA Women’s World Cup blockbuster

Matildas learn potential knockout opponent after England defeat Denmark in FIFA Women’s World Cup blockbuster
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England are counting the cost of their 1-0 FIFA Women’s World Cup win over Denmark after the reigning European champions lost durable midfielder Keira Walsh to a knee injury.

The undefeated Lionesses moved atop Group D with victory at the Sydney Football Stadium on Friday, but the loss of Walsh will raise questions as to how deep they can go at this tournament.

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The result means that, should results go in Australia’s favour, the Matildas will likely play England in the round of 16, if they progress.

If the Matildas beat Canada in their last group stage game, and Nigeria beat Ireland, as expected, Australia will finish second in Group B and face England in the first of the knockout stages, so long as the English hold their spot at the top of Group D.

If Ireland manage to draw with or beat Nigeria however, Australia, assuming they beat Canada, would then finish atop Group B and have a date with either Denmark, China or Haiti, depending on who finishes second in Group D.

Walsh, who became the world’s most expensive player when she moved to Barcelona earlier this year, was attempting to snuff out a Danish ball when she winced and failed to get up.

The midfielder’s face was fraught with anguish as she signalled to the bench that her night, as well as possibly her tournament, was over.

England had already lost skipper Leah Williamson and forward Beth Mead to knee injuries prior to the tournament.

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An injured Keira Walsh of England returns to the bench with crutches during the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Credit: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images

Walsh hasn’t missed a competitive game for England since 2021 and her absence will seriously test the depth of Sarina Wiegman’s side.

England responded well to the midfielder being stretchered off with the pause in play allowing them to refocus and see out their 1-0 lead until halftime after the Danes had threatened to pull level.

The Lionesses went ahead in just the sixth minute when a beautifully-weighted shot from Lauren James sent the 40,439-strong mainly pro-English crowd into a frenzy.

James’ busy presence on the left will have left Wiegman impressed after the England boss brought her off the bench in their opening group game.

Lauren James (R) of England and Rikke Sevecke (L) of Denmark compete for the ball during the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Credit: Andy Cheung/Getty Images

James’ jinking runs continued to cause Denmark problems but England lacked the cutting edge.

Wiegman had challenged her side to be more ruthless after their win over Haiti but they clutched at their chances.

Bethany England and Alessia Russo both fluffed second-half opportunities and they were nearly made to rue their wastefulness when Denmark’s Amalie Vangsgaard rattled the post with a header in the dying stages.

Thankfully for England the ball bounced away from the goalmouth and they held on for victory, needing only a draw against China in Adelaide on Tuesday to finish top of their group.

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