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It’s crunch time on the Women’s World Cup with the ultimate spherical of fixtures within the group phases set to determine who will advance to the knockouts.

It has been a match of shocks and surprises up to now, with Nigeria gorgeous Australia and Colombia’s last-gasp win over Germany standing out as the largest outcomes of the World Cup.

There are set to be extra twists and turns as the ultimate matches of the group phases are performed out – with the highest two groups in every group advancing to the last-16.

Now all the way down to only one group, right here’s how the standings look forward of the ultimate spherical of motion in Group H.

Group H standings

1. Colombia – 6 factors (+3 objective distinction)

2. Germany – 3 factors (+5)

3. Morocco – 3 factors (-5)

4. South Korea – 0 factors (-3)

Outcomes and fixtures

Germany 6-0 Morocco

Colombia 2-0 South Korea

South Korea 0-1 Morocco

Germany 1-2 Colombia

Thursday 3 August

South Korea vs Germany (11am BST)

Morocco vs Colombia (11am BST)

What does every group have to qualify?

Colombia

– As a result of Morocco’s objective distinction, Colombia would want to lose by at the least 4 targets to be in peril of lacking out on the last-16. A win or draw would verify their place as group winners.

Germany

– Germany will undergo with a win, whatever the outcome within the Colombia vs Morocco recreation.

– If Germany draw, they’d undergo in second place so long as Morocco fail to win towards Colombia.

– If Germany lose and Morocco win or draw towards Colombia, they’d be out. Germany may lose and undergo, however they would want to Colombia to beat Morocco and South Korea to win by not more than 5 targets.

Morocco

– Morocco will undergo in the event that they win and Germany fail to beat South Korea.

– Morocco would solely undergo with a draw if Germany lose to South Korea.

– As a result of objective distinction, Morocco can not undergo with a defeat.

South Korea

– South Korea can solely undergo with a win towards Germany, mixed with Morocco shedding to Colombia.

Group A last standings

1. Switzerland (Q) – 5 factors (+2 objective distinction)

2. Norway (Q) – 4 factors (+5)

3. New Zealand (E) – 4 factors (+0)

4. Philippines (E) – 3 factors (-7)

Outcomes

New Zealand 1-0 Norway

Switzerland 2-0 Philippines

New Zealand 0-1 Philippines

Norway 0-0 Switzerland

Norway 6-0 Philippines

New Zealand 0-0 Switzerland

Group B last standings

1. Australia (Q) – 6 factors (+4 objective distinction)

2. Nigeria (Q) – 5 factors (+1)

3. Canada (E) – 4 factors (-3)

4. Eire (E) – 1 level (-2)

Outcomes

Australia 1-0 Eire

Canada 0-0 Nigeria

Australia 2-3 Nigeria

Eire 1-2 Canada

Australia 4-0 Canada

Nigeria 0-0 Eire

Group C last standings

1. Japan (Q) – 9 factors (+11 objective distinction)

2. Spain (Q) – 6 factors (+4)

3. Zambia (E) – 3 factors (-8)

4. Costa Rica (E) – 0 factors (-7)

Outcomes

Spain 3-0 Costa Rica

Zambia 0-5 Japan

Japan 2-0 Costa Rica

Spain 5-0 Zambia

Costa Rica 1-3 Zambia

Japan 4-0 Spain

Group D last standings

1. England (Q) – 9 factors (+7 objective distinction)

2. Denmark (Q) – 6 factors (+2)

3. China (E) – 3 factors (-5)

4. Haiti (E) – 0 factors (-4)

Outcomes

England 1-0 Haiti

Denmark 1-0 China

England 1-0 Denmark

Haiti 0-1 China

England 6-1 China

Denmark 2-0 Haiti

Group E last standings

1. Netherlands (Q) – 7 factors (+8 objective distinction)

2. USA (Q) – 5 factors (+1)

3. Portugal (E)- 4 factors (+1)

4. Vietnam (E) – 0 factors (-5)

Outcomes

USA 3-0 Vietnam

Netherlands 1-0 Portugal

USA 1-1 Netherlands

Portugal 2-0 Vietnam

Vietnam 0-7 Netherlands

Portugal 0-0 USA

Group F last standings

1. France (Q) – 7 factors (+4 objective distinction)

2. Jamaica (Q) – 5 factors (+1)

3. Brazil (E) – 4 factors (+3)

4. Panama (E) – 0 factors (-8)

Outcomes

Brazil 4-0 Panama

France 0-0 Jamaica

France 2-1 Brazil

Jamaica 1-0 Panama

Jamaica 0-0 Brazil

Panama 3-6 France

Group G last standings

1. Sweden (Q) – 9 factors (+8 objective distinction)

2. South Africa (Q) – 4 factors (0)

3. Italy (E) – 3 factors (-5)

4. Argentina (E)- 1 level (-3)

Outcomes

Sweden 2-1 South Africa

Italy 1-0 Argentina

Argentina 2-2 South Africa

Sweden 5-0 Italy

South Africa 3-2 Italy

Argentina 0-2 Sweden

By Maggi

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