England head coach Phil Neville says he and the squad aren't dwelling on the history between England and Argentina as the teams prepare to face off in the second match of Group D. Neville also provides updates on players returning from injury: Toni Duggan, Demi Stokes, and Millie Bright.
Formerly of Everton, New Zealand, and most recently Canada, England assistant manager Bev Priestman on working with head coach Phil Neville and the importance of creating a sense of togetherness within the England squad.
World Cup debutants Nikita Parris and Leah Williamson are eager for the talking to stop and the football to start after such a lengthy buildup for both. Parris and Williamson spoke about England's opening group match versus Scotland.
With England now settled into their base at Nice with 72 hours to go until the opener against Scotland, what might head coach Phil Neville’s team look like when the two teams walk out at the Allianz Riviera Stadium? We take a look and try to predict Neville's starting XI.
England stuttered in its final test ahead of the World Cup, losing 0–1, to New Zealand in front of 20,000 supporters at Brighton's American Express Community Stadium. The loss brings underlying issues for the team to light, including chemistry, set-piece defending, and lack of scoring heading into France 2019.
Georgia Stanway, the youngest member of the Lionesses squad heading to France 2019 this summer, is relishing the opportunity to show what she can do on the world stage but is also mindful of the responsibility she and the rest of her generation have to continue building on the foundations set by the players who came before her.