The USWNT squares off against France on Friday, looking to make its eighth-straight World Cup semifinal appearance. Should U.S. fans be worried about France’s recent success against the Americans? That, plus a look at the other quarterfinal matchups in today's World Cup Daily.
After dispelling host France, the U.S. Women's National Team is riding high into its semifinal matchup against England. But former USWNT player Lori Lindsey says this matchup could be even tougher for the defending Women's World Cup champs.
After sustaining an injury against Portugal, Uruguay's Edinson Cavani will most likely miss the squad's quarterfinal matchup versus France. How will Uruguay bode without one of their star strikers?
After being the last player cut from the 2015 USWNT World Cup squad, Crystal Dunn will be heading to France to take part in this year's tournament. SI Now had the opportunity hear Crystal recount her tumultuous 2015 and describe how she rebounded from her "soul-crushing" experience.
France entered the 2018 World Cup on the heels of an uninspiring performance against an inexperienced United States team. SI's Luis Miguel Echegaray looks at how France shook off their pre-tournament struggles to win their second title in 20 years.
The USWNT looks to win its fourth World Cup title on Sunday, but the Netherlands will provide a tough test and are looking to complete a storybook run in France.
This week on Planet Futbol, Laken Litman and Kellen Becoats discuss the unlucky draw that put two of the top teams in the Women's World Cup against each other in the quarterfinals. For more Planet Futbol, subscribe to SI.tv.