In the ongoing Women’s World Cup match, England’s women’s football team is leading China 6-1 with a completely new starting squad.
Keira Walsh’s injury during the Denmark game forced manager Wiegman to make changes. Katie Zelem receives her first World Cup start, while Chloe Kelly and Ella Toone are on the bench.
In other Group E games, the reigning world champions USA managed to progress to the final 16 stage with a goalless draw against Portugal.
Portugal was unfortunate not to score in extra time when Ana Capeta hit the woodwork.
In Group D, Denmark faces Haiti, with both teams having three points. An upset by Haiti could create chaos in the group and impact the knockout round qualifications.
The Netherlands secured top spot in Group E after a dominant 7-0 victory against Vietnam.
The Dutch team scored four goals in the first half, as it desperately tried to avoid Sweden in the final 16.
Meanwhile, With just a month left in the transfer window, Arsenal could be in for a hectic few weeks.
They’ve already spent nearly £200m on signings like Declan Rice, Kai Havertz, and Jurrien Timber, and there could be more arrivals at the Emirates Stadium before the window closes.
Arsenal is considering a move for David Raya and knows the price they need to pay to secure his services.
Mikel Arteta is keen to bolster the forward options and has been linked to Mohammed Kudus from Ajax and Khvicha Kvaratskhelia from Napoli.
Some current squad members, including Folarin Balogun and Auston Trusty, may bid farewell to the club.
The future of Albert Sambi Lokonga also remains uncertain, with the possibility of a move to another Premier League team.