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World Cup vòng 16 bắt đầu vào ngày Thứ Bảy, 5 tháng 8, 2023

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World Cup Round of 16 starts Saturday: What to know for first knockout round


The 2023 World Cup moves on to the knockout stages, a high-octane, two-week, win-or-go-home endeavor.

The United States hopes the knockout rounds represent a fresh start after a lackluster group stage in which the USWNT didn’t win their group for just the second time at a World Cup (2011 was the other). The USWNT’s road to glory — and becoming the first team to win three consecutive World Cups — will not be easy. The journey starts early Sunday morning (get that ☕ ready!) against an old nemesis, Sweden.

Here is a look at all of the Round of 16 matchups at the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand:

Switzerland vs. Spain

Date/time: Saturday, 1 a.m. ET | TV: FS1

Spain entered the World Cup on the short list of favorites and looked the part through its first two games, outscoring Costa Rica and Zambia 8-0. But that momentum came to a crashing halt in a 4-0 loss to Japan on Monday. Switzerland won Group A but lacked style points. After a 2-0 win over the Philippines, Switzerland played to scoreless draws against Norway and New Zealand. Jennifer Hermoso, who has two goals in this World Cup, is Spain’s all-time top women’s goal-scorer with 50.

Japan vs. Norway

Date/time: Saturday, 4 a.m. ET | TV: FS1

Hinata Miyazawa is tied for the lead (with Alexandra Popp of Germany, which has been eliminated) for the Golden Boot award with four goals scored for a Japan squad that arguably has been the World Cup’s most impressive team so far. Japan cruised to its Group C win by outscoring opponents 11-0, including steamrolling Spain in its group stage finale. A Japan win, coupled with a United States win over Sweden, would set up a rematch of the 2015 World Cup final in the quarterfinals. Norway’s Sophie Román Haug is among the group of players with three goals scored and nipping at Miyazawa’s heels in the Golden Boot race. Norway won the 1995 World Cup, while Japan won the trophy in 2011.

Netherlands vs. South Africa

Date/time: Saturday, 10 p.m. ET | TV: Fox

It was Netherlands, and not the USWNT, that won Group E and with it a more ideal television time for viewers in the United States States. South Africa pulled off a major upset of Italy, its first win in a women’s World Cup, to be the biggest surprise team in the Round of 16. The Dutch should be the favorites, however, after making the final in 2019

Sweden vs. United States – Hoa Kỳ vs Thụy Điển

Date/time: Sunday, 5 a.m. ET | TV: Fox

Sweden and the USWNT have a long-standing rivalry. This will be the sixth straight World Cup that the two teams have met. Two years ago at the Tokyo Olympics, Sweden dominated the U.S., winning 3-0 in the opening game of the tournament. The U.S. settled for bronze in those Games, while Sweden lost to Canada in the gold medal game. At the 2016 Olympics, the USWNT lost to Sweden on penalty kicks in the quarterfinals, which represents the team’s worst-ever result at a major tournament. This U.S. team, which has been disjointed the entire World Cup, will aim to avoid an undesirable place in team history.

BMH ///

Washington, D.C