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Women's World Cup Final is a must-see game

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Spain and England will meet in a captivating match at the FIFA Women's World Cup finals, marking the first appearance of both teams at this prestigious tournament since its inception in 1991. While it may not live up to the expectations of some, this match has the potential for a truly fascinating spectacle.

Historic Moment

At the Women's World Cup, either Spain or England has the opportunity to make history with a victory. Currently, the United States has achieved this feat four times, while Germany and Norway have claimed victory twice and once, respectively. In addition, the highly anticipated final will mark the third time that two European teams will meet for the championship, following Norway's triumphant 2-0 victory over Germany in 1995 and Germany's narrow 2-1 win over Sweden in 2003.

England has the potential to achieve a significant milestone by becoming the second team, following in the footsteps of Germany's victories in 2003 and 2007, to secure the Women's World Cup title as the reigning European champions.

However, they will face a challenging obstacle in the form of Spain, who have allowed a staggering 17 goals in their six games at this tournament. This surpasses their previous performances in the 2015 and 2019 editions, where they only conceded a total of 6 goals in the first seven games.

Jorge Vilda's team has encountered some difficulties on the defensive end, conceding a total of seven goals throughout this tournament. Surprisingly, this places them as the team with the highest number of goals conceded by a finalist since Norway in 1991, who allowed eight goals against.

At a paltry 9%, the women's team that triumphed at the FIFA World Cup holds the record for the lowest conversion rate ever recorded since 2011. Perhaps this achievement can serve as an inspiration for Sarina Wiegman's fierce team.

However, it seems highly unlikely that Wiegman's Lions will struggle to maintain possession, especially with the inclusion of Keira Walsh. Of all the players who faced intense pressure during this year's World Cup, Walsh stood tall with an impressive 86% completion rate on over 100 attempts.

Offensive excellence on both sides

The passing prowess of Spain and England sets them apart from the rest, with both teams boasting impressive pass completion percentages of 84.2% and 83.5% respectively. With a remarkable 7% pass success rate, one team leads the competition in this aspect. Their ability to pass accurately even under immense pressure sets them apart from the rest. To put it in perspective, Spain follows closely behind with a success rate of 77.5%, while England lags behind with 74.6%.

Spain's passing skills have often been unfairly maligned, but it is worth noting that they have assisted 42 goals inside the opposing team's penalty area, beating the United States into second place by a significant margin of 14 (who managed 28).

On the other hand, England has been the most adept at breaking their opponents' defensive lines in this Women's World Cup, totaling a commendable 63 breakthroughs. Consequently, the defenses of both teams will be ready and alert for the upcoming challenges.

In this edition of the Women's World Cup, England celebrated a remarkable 3-1 victory over the opposition, taking their overall tally to 13 goals. Surpassing their previous record achieved in 2019, this remarkable tally cements England's success in the tournament.

If Spain allows the first goal in the final match, it could spell trouble for them, considering the Lionesses' undefeated record in the last 19 World Cup matches. Notably, the Lionesses have triumphed in all 13 seasons prior to this point.

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