From now till the end of the year, it will be football all the way. The international break will be over soon, paving the way for club football. But the international football only stops with men’s football. The women will be battling it out in their national colors in various competitions.
It’s easy to have missed out on all the women’s football action that has been going on since. But now that you know, what’s there to look forward to – and make money from?
African Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON)
The women’s edition of Africa’s biggest football competition is currently underway in Ghana. 8 teams, split into two groups, are contesting to be crowned the Queens of African football.
The first round of group games played, featured a number of surprising results which means there’s so much more fun to come.
In Group A, an exciting game between Cameroon and Mali ended in a 2-1 win for Cameroon. Host-nation Ghana got the better of Algeria. We will have to wait until the final group game to see Ghana take on Cameroon. In the main time, Ghana will take on Mali while Cameroon will face Algeria.
In Group B, Nigeria’s Super Falcons suffered a shock loss to South Africa. It was a lackluster performance from the Nigerian; a performance that now puts them third on the table. In the other group game, Zambia walloped Equatorial Guinea by 5-0.
Can Nigeria keep the Zambians at bay?
Will there be over 2,5 goals scored in this game?
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Women’s U-17 World Cup
It’s not the most popular football competition on the FIFA calendar. But for most countries, it’s the starting point of what is hoped will become a dynasty. All the way in Uruguay, a bright future awaits the young girls who are representing their various countries in the U-17 FIFA World Cup.
16 teams are participating in the tournament. The Ghanaian girls have been the most prolific side up front, so far. They have scored 8 goals in their last two games and have only conceded once. Up next for them is an unbeaten New Zealand side.
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Canada and Japan are the only two sides yet to concede a goal in the tournament so far. The North American side has scored 5 goals in 2 games while the Asians have scored an average of 3 goals per game.
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The South Koreans and the South Africans are the two remaining sides yet to score a goal in the tournament so far. Both sides are definitely out of the running to qualify for the quarter finals. But they will want to at least get a goal in their last group games.