Who are the favourites for the World Cup?
The 2015 World Cup champions and world No.1's the USA are firm favourites to lift their fourth title. This is despite their recent form in 2019 which has been a mixed back of results including four wins, two draws and a loss. 

Hosts France is right up with their only loss coming to another favourite Germany in February during an international friendly. Germany is two-time World Cup winners (2003 and 2007) and hasn't lost a game since June 2018. 


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England made it to the quarter-finals in Canada and have been on the rise ever since. While the squad is unknown at the moment, the world No.2's are being backed by many to do well at this tournament. 

A more in-depth analysis of the teams will be given once squads are confirmed. 

How to watch from Australia?
If you can't make it to France, watching the World Cup from the comfort of your own home is also a fantastic option. SBS will have the rights to all the Matildas games plus all games from the quarter-finals to the final while Optus will have every game live. 

Games will kick-off between 9pm and 5am AEST.

A blanket and maybe a warm coffee, tea or hot chocolate will be a good choice to keeping those winter night and early morning chills away. 

We hope you enjoy your World Cup experience whether it is at home or in France.