England Women: when is the Lionesses’ next football fixture, opponent, venue- World Cup 2023 qualifying record

England beat Latvia 10-0 on Tuesday 27 October 2021 to continue their winning streak in their qualifying matches

England have won all of their qualifying matches so far

England Women are currently soaring through their World Cup qualifying matches in Group D having won all four of the games they have played.

They are currently top of the group with Austria, Northern Ireland , Luxembourg, North Macedonia and Latvia below them.

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The Lionesses latest fixture saw them thrash Latvia 10-0 with a hat-trick from Ella Toone, two goals from Rachel Daly and one apiece for Ellen White, Beth Mead, Leah Williamson and Georgia Stanway.

The match against Latvia was also a momentous occasion for England defender, Fran Kirby, who earned her 50th cap for the Lionesses.

Fran Kirby earned her 50th cap for England in last night’s match against Latvia

Kirby has experienced an interrupted career due to injury and an illness but was able to celebrate her 50th match for her country with an impressive win.

Here is all the information on when the Lionesses next fixtures are:

When are the Lionesses’ next fixtures in 2021?

England Women will take on second in the group, Austria, for the first leg of their qualifying match on 27 November 2021.

The match will be played at the Stadium of Light, home to Sunderland A.F.C at 12.30pm BST.

The last time the two countries played each other was in an International friendly in 2018 and England won 3-0.

England are yet to lose a match in this year’s World Cup Qualifying matches and Austria have won three and drawn one. In their latest match, Austria drew 2-2 after scoring in injury-time to deny Northern Ireland a third win in the group.

Mille Bright and Ella Toone celebrate their goals against North Macedonia in September

After their match against Austria, the Lionesses will then take on Latvia again in the second leg of their qualifying matches on 30 November 2021

England will host Latvia at the Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster to take on the team who currently sit bottom of the group.

The match will kick off at 7pm BST.

How to watch the Lionesses’ fixtures on TV

All of the England women matches will be available to watch on ITV4. The matches will also be available to stream on the ITV hub website and app.

Coverage for each match will begin 30 minutes before each match.

What is the Lioness story so far in the World Cup qualifying matches?

Before thrashing Latvia 10-0, England beat Northern Ireland 4-0 thanks to a hat-trick from Beth Mead and another goal from Bethany England.

The Lionesses’ feat of putting 10 past the Latvian goalkeeper is not the first time they have achieved such a scorecard. On Tuesday 21 September they scored 10-0 against Luxembourg’s Women. Millie Bright, Ellen White and Alex Greenwood all scored twice, while Nikita Parris, Rachel Daly and Bethany England all added another each. An own goal from Luxembourg’s Berscheid also contributed to the final tally.

England are yet to concede a goal in their qualifying group stage matches

Just a few days before their thumping of Luxembourg, England beat North Macedonia 8-0.

North Macedonia contributed two own goals to the scorecard, while Ellen White and Bethany England each scored twice. Other goals from Ella toone and Beth Mead ensured England an exceptionally comfortable win for the Lionesses.

England’s new head coach Sarina Wiegman has had a blissful start to her new role as she has had four games, four wins and 32 goals scored without conceding any. Wiegman took over the job from Phil Neville in September 2021 and she became the first non-British permanent Lionesses manager.

The Lionesses are currently on their best winning streak since the 2019 World Cup.

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