Sarina Wiegman not questioning Scotland integrity with Team GB Olympic hopes on the line

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Sarina Wiegman expects Scotland to go all out to end England’s Nations League hopes and with it their own Olympic dream amid questions over the competition’s integrity.

Team GB’s Olympic hopes will be on the line as Scotland and England meet in their final Nations League game at Hampden Park on Tuesday.

The Lionesses are the nominated qualifying team for Great Britain for the 2024 Paris Olympics, which would also incorporate players from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

England must reach the Nations League finals to keep their hopes of reaching next summer’s tournament alive. However, to do that, they have to beat Scotland and hope the Netherlands – currently occupying first place in Group A1 – fail to win at home to Belgium.

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8 thoughts on “Sarina Wiegman not questioning Scotland integrity with Team GB Olympic hopes on the line

  1. Sadly for football, all the accusations of the Dutch coach appeared to be true. Scotland threw the game and lost deliberately by a whopping 6-0… Something that has never happened before… And they almost succeeded… The only thing the Dutch could do, is score a goal after the Sco-Eng game had already finished, so the English couldn't score again… Because we all know that if that game hadn't finished yet, the score would have risen to 7-0… Luckily that wasn't the case and the Dutch overcame a Brittish conspiricy. Go Orange Lionesses!!! 🧡🧡🧡

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