Women’s World Cup predictions: Ella Toone, Alisha Lehmann and Carly Telford among pundits, players and reporters to have their say

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England midfielder Ella Toone and Switzerland’s Alisha Lehmann give their Women’s World Cup predictions to Sky Sports; pundits Carly Telford, Karen Bardsley and Fern Whelan also offer their thoughts; the Women’s World Cup begins on July 20 in Australia and New Zealand

With the Women’s World Cup fast approaching, Sky Sports asked pundits, players and reporters for their predictions ahead of the tournament in Australia and New Zealand.

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Ella Toone – England and Man Utd midfielder
Who will be the surprise package?
“I think there are a few surprise packages, but I’m going to go with Canada. They won the Olympics, so they know what tournament football is like. They’ve got a lot of great players so I’ll think they’ll do well.”

Who will be the top goalscorer?

“I’m going to go with Alessia Russo, not just because she’s my best friend, but she’s an unbelievable goalscorer and I know what she’s like in front of the net. She had a great Euros and scored a lot of goals so hopefully she can score some more.”
Who will be the player of the tournament?

“I’m going to go with another team-mate in Keira Walsh. She’s underrated and when you play with her, you realise what an amazing player she is and everything she does for the team goes unnoticed.”

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