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D-Day for Flames in the European Championship against Italy: to the quarter-finals or at home |  European Women's Championship 2022

D-Day for Flames in the European Championship against Italy: to the quarter-finals or at home | European Women’s Championship 2022

The Red Flames will play their third match in the group stage of the European Championship against Italy at 9 pm. France is already certain to win the group with 6 points, Iceland (2 points), Belgium (1 point) and Italy (1 point) are still in second place, good for a ticket to the quarter-finals. Catch up on the match here, watch Canvas or live from 8:30pm or listen to Radio 1.

  1. Before 8:00 PM, Laura de Neve has to make way for the Eurlings. De Neve has had a slight injury in recent days and will start sitting on the bench. Since De Neve is a defender and Eurlings is a striker, some changes in position can be expected later on. It remains to be seen for now exactly how Serneels set his pawns. .
  2. Advance, 8 pm 11. Eurlings youth at the base. Hannah Urlings gets her chance in the Belgian starting line-up. She undoubtedly owes it to her clever substitutes in previous matches. 19-year-old Urlings is the youngest player in the Belgian squad and should provide extra creativity in the attacking area. .
  3. before 19:35. Emke Courtois: “It’s not the best Italy in this tournament yet.” Prior to the tournament, the Red Flame team expressed its ambition to reach the quarter-finals. So tonight is all or nothing. Although it may be necessary to do the math, Emkey Courtois knows it. “The players are of course aware of all the possible scenarios. They don’t care about that during the match – maybe they will check the pulse carefully during the first half – but basically they wait until the final whistle and then you know the referee,” Courtois says in the news. “I’m expecting an open game, although the heat might slow it down a bit. I haven’t seen the best of Italy yet, and hopefully not tonight too.” Courtois is confident: “The Flames will have to pay attention to a number of players with many qualities such as Bonansea, Girelli and Simonetti. But if you look at the emotions surrounding the flames, I am confident that they can win this match.” The co-commentator is also looking forward: “If they reach the quarter-finals, they will make history. I hope this inspires young girls to play football and also inspires clubs to invest more in women’s football.” .
  4. Advance, eight and 35 minutes, the quarter-final against Sweden? The runner-up in Group D will face Sweden who won Group C on Friday (22 July) in Lee. A day later, France will play in Rotherham against the Netherlands, Group C runner-up.
  5. In advance, at 08:30, Italy won 6 times, Belgium won twice. Belgium (FIFA 19) and Italy (FIFA 14) have played against each other 9 times, resulting in 6 victories for Italy, 2 for Belgium, and 1 draw. The last match dates back to September 4, 2018, when Flames won 2-1 in Leuven. Italy had already qualified for the World Cup and had beaten Belgium 2-1 at home a few months earlier. .
  6. In advance, at 08:25. You see that each person’s role is growing. The team is ready for the match against Italy. In the big tournament, it’s a bit of an adjustment every day. The team is strong and full of confidence. I feel a good performance coming against Italy. National coach Roberto Martinez.
  7. In advance, at 7 am 32. Live broadcast on all Sporza channels. You can follow the match online with text on this page, and starting at 8:30 p.m. We’ll also be broadcasting the frame with presenter Robin van Guchte and guests Heleen Jaques and Gert Verheyen. TV broadcasts on canvas. TV commentary by Aster Nzeyimana and Imke Courtois, on Radio 1 Hermien Vanbeveren. .
  8. Before 07:30 the match against Italy will be very important for Belgian football. We want to make history together. Laura Deneve.
  9. In advance, 07h29. We have expressed our ambition to reach the quarter-finals. I’ll be honest: if it didn’t work out, I’d be very disappointed. National coach Aves Cernells.
  10. In advance, 07h26.
  11. Advance, 7:25 am.
  12. In advance, 07h22.
  13. Advance, 7:20 am.
  14. In advance, 07:00-16:00. Five years ago, the debut of the European Championship for the Belgian women’s team ended in the Netherlands in the group stage. To avoid a repeat of this scenario, the Flames must face Italy at the Manchester City Academy Stadium. Both countries have 1 out of 6 after 2 matches, but can still take second place in Group D. The condition is that Iceland (2 points) do not beat France (6 points), which are already ranked. That match will take place in Rotherham at the same time as Italy and Belgium. A draw could also be enough for the Flames, but then that counts, and Iceland should definitely lose to the French. .
  15. Before 07:15. Italy and Belgium in the quarter-finals. The Red Flames will play their third match in the group stage of the European Championship against Italy at 9 pm. France is already certain to win the group with 6 points, Iceland (2 points), Belgium (1 point) and Italy (1 point) are still in second place, good for a ticket to the quarter-finals. .
  16. In advance, 07h 15
  17. Italy setting. Laura Giuliani, Lucia Di Guglielmo, Elisa Bartoli, Elena Linari, Lisa Poatin, Valentina Bergamci, Flaminia Simonetti, Barbara Bonanci, Martina Rusucci, Manuela Giuliano, Cristiana Girelli
  18. Belgium setting. Nikki Everard, Judy Vangeloi, Sarri Kiss, Julie Besmans, Davina Veltins, Janis Kayman, Justin Vanhevermaet, Tyne de Kinney, Elena Donut, Hannah Eurlings, Tessa Walart
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