2023 WWC: Super Falcons test might against Lions FC
The Super Falcons of Nigeria will take on Lions FC, a local women’s football club, in a friendly in Brisbane, Australia, on Saturday.
The encounter is slated for the Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre.
It is the first friendly arranged for the Super Falcons since the team started preparations for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup to be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand last week.
The friendly will afford head coach Randy Waldrum the opportunity to perfect his tactics and formation ahead of the competition.
The Super Falcons are drawn in Group B with Olympic champions Canada, co-hosts Australia, and debutants the Republic of Ireland.
The 10th edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup will run from July 20 to August 20.
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