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  1. Norway hoping to qualify automatically
  2. South Korea must win to have chance of progressing
  3. Fifa Women’s World Cup Group A

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By Harry Poole

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  • Who’ll be celebrating in Reims?

    South Korea v Norway (20:00 BST)

    The teams are in the tunnel and both sides are looking fairly relaxed as crowd begin to clap their arrival on to the pitch.

    Will we see more creative celebrations from Norway this evening?

    They came up with this during their opening 3-0 win over Nigeria…

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    Video caption: Norway celebrate goal with ‘fake selfie’ celebration
  • WSL well represented

    South Korea v Norway (20:00 BST)

    The Women’s Super League will be well represented in this match, with players fromChelseaandWest Hamboth taking to the field.

    Chelsea forwardJi So-yunis the star name on the South Korean team-sheet as the country’s all-time top scorer, and is joined by West Ham midfielderCho So-hyun.

    They’ll be trying to find a way past Chelsea duoMaren MjeldeandMaria Thorisdottirin the Norway defence.

    The Norwegians were part of a Blues side that conceded just 14 goals in last season’s WSL – a total bettered only by champions Arsenal (13).

    Norway defenders Maren Mjelde and Maria Thorisdottir

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  • Team news from Reims

    South Korea v Norway (20:00 BST)

    Tom Garry

    BBC Sport at Stade Auguste-Delaune, Reims

    West Ham’s Cho So-Hyun and Chelsea’s Ji So-Yun both start for South Korea, on this very warm evening in Reims.

    South Korea XI:Kim Min-jung, Lee Eun-mi, Kim Do-Yeon, Cho So-Hyun, Moon, Ji, Yeo, Shin, Jang, Lee Geun-min, Kang.


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    Rosengard forward Lisa-Marie Utland comes in for midfielder Karina Saevik, as Norway make one attack-minded change from their narrow loss to France. I expect this means Barcelona’s new signing – the superb Caroline Graham Hansen – might play wide on the right initially.

    Chelsea duo Maria Thorisdottir and Maren Mjelde both start the back again for the Norwegians, with Mjelde as captain.

    Norway XI:Hjelmseth, Wold, Thorisdottir, Mjelde, Risa, Hrlovsen, Graham Hansen, Utland, Engen, Reiten, Minde.


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  • Winless South Korea have glimmer of hope

    South Korea v Norway (20:00 BST)

    South Korea,ranked two places below today’s opponents Norway at 14th in the world, were outclassed by hosts France in their opener as theylost 4-0in Paris.

    Yoon Deok-yeo‘s side were thendefeated 2-0by Nigeria, all but ending their hopes of progressing.

    The South Korea manager apologised to the nation’s fans at the stadium and watching at home, saying: “We did not meet their expectations. We have one match left here and I hope we can show everyone what we are capable of.”

    They could conceivably still progress, but even a win tonight would certainly not guarantee anything…

    South Korea players look on after conceding against Nigeria

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  • How are Norway getting on?

    South Korea v Norway (20:00 BST)

    Norway, without Ballon d’Or winner Ada Hegerberg, recorded an easy3-0 winover Nigeria in their opening Group A game at the 2019 Women’s World Cup in Reims.

    But Eugenie le Sommer’s penalty condemned the 1995 world champions to a2-1 defeatto France on Wednesday, as the hosts secured their qualification.

    Norway bossMartin Sjogrenbelieved his side “were equal with the French”, and will be confident his side can get the job done against South Korea.

    Norway players celebrate against Nigeria in their opening World Cup game

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  • The state of play in Group A

    South Korea v Norway (20:00 BST)

    HostsFranceare in the driving seat in Group A having sealed qualification with two successive wins, but the picture behind them is slightly more complicated.

    Norway, in second, andNigeria, in third, know they will both advance to the knockout stages, if they can avoid defeats this evening.

    Any of the top three could, in theory, end today as winners of Group A.

    Meanwhile, pointlessSouth Koreamust beat Norway to have any chance of sneaking through to the last 16 – while also hoping other results go their way.

    Group A table after two matches: 1. France, 2. Norway, 3. Nigeria, 4. South Korea.

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  • Welcome

    South Korea v Norway (20:00 BST)

    Records have tumbled. We’ve had VAR drama, lightning storms and goalkeeping masterclasses. And now, we’ve reached the business end of the group stages in France.

    Already today, Germany, Spain and China have confirmed their qualification from Group B.

    So, who else can progress to the last 16 from a finely poised Group A?

    A Norway fan during Norway's match against France

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