The eighth FIFA Women’s World Cup is underway.
France is hosting the tournament that will see 24 teams compete across 51 games, before the grand final in Lyon on 7th July.
Ever measured and level-headed, Scott is a leading example for her younger team-mates, yet the Manchester City midfielder believes the whole squad can learn from this summer's experience. There will be take-aways from their opening 2-1 win over Scotland, in terms of where the Lionesses can improve going forward. More effective use of possession and tightening up the gaps beside the full-backs may be areas to work upon, although Scott admits the occasion can sometimes stifle a good performance.
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Who is set to win the world cup based on house price growth?
England’s Lionesses are in Group D and after beating Scotland in their opening match, should, along with group rivals Japan, reach the last 16.
However, they are currently ranked 3rd in the world and based on current odds, are the fourth favourite to win, so a semi-final place could beckon.
Based on current property price growth for the top 10 world ranking teams, the USA are favourites to retain the trophy they won in 2015.