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'Exciting step for football': Australia-NZ bid to host Women's World Cup ranks best

The Age Wednesday, 10 June 2020
The prospect of a World Cup final being played in Sydney has risen, with FIFA rating the Australiasian bid superior to Japan and Colombia's.
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