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The Red Flames must win in Kosovo to put pressure on Norway in the World Cup qualifying round

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The Belgian women’s soccer team faces Kosovo in Pristina on Tuesday (8:00 pm), the eighth day of the qualifying round for the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. To stay in the footsteps of the leader Norway, the Red Flames must take three points against the football dwarf.


The Flames are second in Group F with 16 out of 21, behind leading Norway (19 points). Poland is in third place with fourteen points. The group winner will qualify directly for the World Cup and play in the second play-off. For national coach Ives Cherniels’ team, the task is clear against 112th place in the FIFA rankings: win to put pressure on the Scandinavians who will receive Poland tomorrow / Tuesday.

The Belgian football women, who are ranked 20th in the FIFA rankings, were not caught in Albania on Thursday. After the start of the search, the Flames won 0-5 against the Low Flyer. Captain Tessa Wullert (2), Tyne de Gaikney (2) and Jassina Blom shook the nets.

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The screen will not fall on the qualifying team until September with the last two match days. The Flames then play Norway in a crucial game on September 2. On the last day of the game (September 6), Chernels and Co. Armenia had a 19-0 lead at the first meeting in Luen.

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