Group play is over at the Women’s World Cup — it’s time for the knockout rounds.
The United States, one of 16 teams that have advanced out of group play, looks to overcome a somewhat lackluster run over the first week of the tournament as it tries to a win an unprecedented third consecutive World Cup title. Playing in the most competitive Women’s World Cup field ever, the U.S. will face a tough challenge against Sweden in the round of 16. Potential showdowns with England and the Netherlands also loom beyond Sunday.
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