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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Matildas to host Brazil in two September friendlies

Marta & Lisa De Vanna
Brazil and Australia will renew their rivalry in September.

Australia will take on the Brazil national women's team in a pair of friendlies in September, Football Federation Australia has announced.

Fresh off participating in the 2017 Tournament of Nations in the United States in July, the Matildas will head home to host the exhibition matches at Pepper Stadium, Penrith (Sept. 16) and McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle (Sept. 19).

Emma Highwood, FFA's Head of Women's Football, has lauded the series as a coup for football in the two regions.

"To have a national...

Christen Press gives U.S. women victory in Norway

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Christen Press' lone goal inspired the U.S. to a narrow win over Norway in what was a lacklustre performance overall.

SANDEFJORD, Norway -- Christen Press scored to help the U.S. women's national team beat Norway 1-0 on Sunday.

Press broke through in the 60th minute with her 42nd international goal. She ran onto a long pass from Becky Sauerbrunn and finished with her first touch in the Norway box.

Mallory Pugh, a 19-year-old who earlier this year decided to go pro rather than play college soccer at UCLA, injured her ankle in warm-ups, according to U.S. Soccer. She was replaced in the starting lineup by Meghan Klingenberg.

Midfielder...

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Rose Lavelle guides U.S. women to win in Sweden

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Rose Lavelle netted the lone goal of the game to help the U.S. narrowly defeat Sweden in their international friendly.

Rose Lavelle scored to help the United States women's national team beat Sweden 1-0 in the opening game of its brief European tour.

The victory marked the first time the U.S. beat Sweden under coach Pia Sundhage, the former U.S. boss who beat the Americans in the quarterfinals of last summer's Olympics.

Lavelle scored the lone goal in the 56th minute, striking from a wide angle just inside the left post after receiving a pass from Crystal Dunn. It was her second goal in just her fifth...