What to expect from the World Cup final between the US and England

The US women’s soccer team will play their third game in four days, taking on England in a friendly on Wednesday at 7 p.m.

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The US has won the World Cups in 2014 and 2018 and is aiming to repeat in 2019.

The US defeated Japan in the semifinals, while the host nation defeated South Korea to advance to the semifinals.

Both teams are coming off wins, with the USA leading the way in goals scored with 11, and the UK leading in shots with 9. 

The US defeated Canada in the opening game of the tournament, and won the bronze medal in 2016.

The team has also lost in the group stages of each of the last four tournaments, and is looking for a third straight win.

The USA is led by two players who are considered key contributors in the squad, midfielder Megan Rapinoe and goalkeeper Hope Solo.

Rapino has a hat trick in four matches, and Solo is the only goalkeeper on the US roster with more than one goal this season.

Rapipo is currently the USWNT’s most prolific scorer, with 16 goals in 19 matches.

The two-time Olympic gold medalist has had an incredible 2017 season, scoring 30 goals and adding five assists in her first two years in the NWSL.

Rapina has scored seven goals in her last six matches and has scored more goals in a single NWSL game than in any of her previous six matches combined.

The team will be hoping to win its first match against a defending champion, the United States, with three games left to play.

The two teams have met before in 2018 and 2015. 

This game is expected to be a sellout crowd of 7,600, according to the US Soccer Federation.