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KOR-W vs FRA-W Match Preview, Team News, Lineups
Hosts France kick start their FIFA Women’s World Cup journey with a game against South Korea to be played at Parc des Princes.

Things you need to know:

A total of 552 players are representing 24 countries at the World Cup.
France have never won the FIFA Women’s World Cup. But they are being seen as one of the favorites to win the tournament in their own backyard.
The Hosts are placed in Group A and are joined by South Korea, Norway, and Nigeria.
France’s best finish in the tournament remains the semi-final which came at the 2011 World Cup.

South Korea are preparing for their 3rd appearances in the Women’s football global showpiece event.
They managed to squeeze past the group stage for the first time in 2015, with their journey ending against none other than France who beat them 3-0 in the last 16.

Match Details:
The FIFA Women’s World Cup match will be played between France and South Korea at Parc des Princes, in Paris. The ground has a capacity of 47,929.
The game will start at 12:30 AM (IST), on Saturday, June 08.

Broadcast details:

Sony Sports Network has the exclusive rights to broadcast FIFA Women’s World Cup matches in India. Premier members can also enjoy the live action on the official SonyLiv App.

Recent form (Last six matches)

France – W W W W W W
South Korea – W W L W D L

France Team News:
France head coach Corinne Diacre has had a plethora of talented players at her disposal and she had to drop a few whiles naming her final squad.
One of the players missing out is Barcelona’s experienced midfielder Kheira Hamraoui.
But the big surprise was of Marie Katoto, who wasn’t selected despite topping the goalscoring charts for PSG in the Division 1 Féminine.

Here is France squad for the World Cup:
Goalkeepers: Sarah Bouhaddi, Solène Durand, Pauline Peyraud-Magnin
Defenders: Julie Debever, Sakina Karchaoui, Amel Majri, Griedge Mbock Bathy Nka, Ève Périsset, Wendie Renard, Marion Torrent, Aïssatou Tounkara
Midfielders: Charlotte Bilbault, Élise Bussaglia, Maéva Clémaron, Onema Grace Geyoro, Amandine Henry, Gaëtane Thiney
Forwards: Viviane Asseyi, Delphine Cascarino, Kadidiatou Diani, Valérie Gauvin, Emelyne Laurent, Eugénie Le Sommer

Possible Ins or Outs:
Amel Majri should be preferred over Ève Périsset for the right-back position.
The core of the team is made formed of players from Lyon. It’s good for France as the understanding between the players will give them an edge over other teams.
At the back, Lyon’s pair Griedge Mbock and Wendie Renard will be starting, while Torrent and Majri are good at starting the counter attacks, and will surely be in the starting 11.
The midfield is stocked with talented players, but there can’t be spots for all of them. Though, the hard working Amandine Henry will definitely start in the heart of the midfield. Elise Bussaglia is often paired with her and we see this to be the case here as well.
In the forward positions, Diacre has her hands full of options. Gaëtane Thiney, Eugénie Le Sommer, Kadi Diani, Valérie Gauvin, and Delphine Cascarino are all looking to start here. Lyon’s Cascarino and Le Sommer provide width, while Thiney is versatile enough to play either as a playmaker or a supporting offensive midfielder.
Valérie Gauvin is good in the air. She has shown combativeness and physical strength which are reminiscent of an attacking player. Though PSG’s Diani is an option as well.
Probable XI: Sarah Bouhaddi (GK), Marion Torrent, Griedge Mbock Bathy, Wendie Renard, Amel Majri, Grace Geyoro / Elise Bussaglia, Amandine Henry, Gaëtane Thiney, Viviane Asseyi / Delphine Cascarino, Eugénie Le Sommer, Valérie Gauvin

South Korea Team News:
No injury concerns for South Korea. All the big guns, expected to be named, are in the squad.

South Kore squad for the World Cup:
Goalkeepers: Kang Ga-ae, Kim Jung-mi, Jeon Ha-neul, Jung Bo-ram
Defenders: Kim Do-yeon, Kim Hye-ri, Shin Dam-yeong, Jang Sel-gi, Lim Seon-joo, Park Se-ra, Jung Young-a, Lee Eun-mi, Hwang Bo-Ram
Midfielders: Cho So-hyun, Jeon Ga-eul, Ji Sun-mi, Kim Yun-ji, Kang Chae-rim, Kang Yu-mi, Lee Min-a, Lee So-dam, Lee Young-ju, Moon Mi-ra
Forwards: Ji So-yun, Jung Seol-bin, Lee Geum-min, Son Hwa-yeon, Yeo Min-ji

Probable XI: Kim Jung-Mi (GK), Jang Sel-gi, Kim Do-yeon, Hwang Bo-ram, Kim Hye-ri, Cho So-hyun, Young-Ju Lee, Kang Yu-Mi, Ji So-yun, Lee Geum-min, Jung Seol-bin

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