Ladies’s World Cup 2023: Gamers, coaches and BBC pundits predict winners

United States' midfielder Lindsey Horan and England midfielder Georgia Stanway

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USA’s Lindsey Horan and England’s Georgia Stanway will be hoping to play key roles in Australia and New Zealand
Hosts: Australia and New Zealand Dates: 20 July-20 August
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The Women’s World Cup kicks off on 20 July, but who will be lifting the trophy at the end of it?

The United States are looking to defend their back-to-back titles, while European champions England are chasing a first World Cup crown.

The Republic of Ireland are competing in their first World Cup and joint-hosts Australia and New Zealand hope to make it a memorable one.

BBC Sport spoke to pundits, ex-players and managers to get their predictions.

Women's World Cup titles

Kristine Lilly (Ex-USA forward & record World Cup appearance holder)

Winners: USA

“I have to back my USA team to win. You look at the powerhouses that are always in the mix like Germany, England, France and Sweden [as threats]. If they have the…

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