Something that England and Australia have in common is that they both face the Super Falcons of Nigeria and they give them the run for their money. But these two face a game in the semifinal of the FIFA Women's World Cup and we preview the game right here for you.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria reached the FIFA Women's World Cup last 16 with its next match going down on Monday against England. And the question on everyone's lips as we review the game is how will the Super Falcon come out of the game as the winner?
Ireland vs Nigeria preview | 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup
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