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Note * Notification of acceptance or rejection for the submitted paper will be notified to you within 4 working days of submission date.** If you are not getting any reply then, you can mail us to [email protected] The Lionesses have made their way to Spain in the hope some warm weather training would facilitate their bid for continental glory this summer, but the freezing conditions in Murcia have offered an unexpected twist.England counterpart Mark Sampson is much more experienced in his role at the Lionesses' helm, meanwhile, and his side just about edge Sunday's opposition with a 10-match unbeaten streak to defend coming into the contest.

The cold of Britain will have led one to believe the team would be better off in Spain, although Birmingham City forward Ellen White was one of those shocked to see a whiter landscape upon arriving in Murcia: That being said, Sampson can only envision playing in such weather will help in toughening his crew in their bid to go 11 games unbeaten this Sunday, having last suffered defeat when they lost to Germany 2-1 in March 2016.

It was a particularly valuable for manager Sjogren, too, as pointed out by the FIFA Women's World Cup Twitter account, and victory over England would provide another considerable morale boost for the coach: One figure in the Norwegian camp who certainly doesn't need the morale boost is Lyon striker Ada Hegerberg, who excitedly teased her team's trip to La Manga on the back of some splendid form at club level: Hegerberg, 21, is easily the biggest attacking threat in Norway's arsenal and was voted UEFA's Best Women's Player in Europe last year; she boasts a record of 35 goals in 55 international appearances.

Unbeaten in their last nine matches and with wins in six of those outings, Norway have a lot on the line in Sunday's clash, too, hoping to establish themselves as a greater threat under new coach Sjogren.

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