VMAs 2020 Live Free

2020 MTV Video Music Awards, more commonly called the VMAs. And, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, it is airing live and there will be a pre-show. Read on for details on when the show airs, what channels it’s on tonight, the show location and pre-show info.

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VMAS 2020 CHANNELS: The awards show airs on MTV, MTV2, WPIX (the CW), Paramount, Nick at Night, CMT, TV Land, Logo, Comedy Central, BET, BET Her and VH1.

VMAS 2020 DATE & TIME: The 2020 VMAs air on August 30, 2020 at 8 p.m. ET. As for how long the show is this year, it is scheduled to end at 10:15 p.m. ET. There are encore presentations on channels MTV and MTV2, so the show will most likely keep to its schedule.

VMAS 2020 PRE-SHOW SCHEDULE: The pre-show will air from 6:30 – 8 p.m. ET and will provide viewers with celebrity interviews, “fashion moments” and several performances. The pre-show will only air on the MTV network.

VMAS 2020 RED CARPET INFO: There will be no red carpet show on the E! network. Many of the celebs are in the comfort of their homes tonight. Cosmopolitan confirmed that there will be a red carpet, which may be included in the MTV pre-show.

VMAS 2020 LOCATION: According to the LA Times, the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York was the original setting for the 2020 VMAs. But, due to the pandemic, several performances will take place around New York. These performances will go on with either no audience or a small crowd. An official statement from MTV explained, “The VMAs will highlight the boroughs in an exciting show and return to Barclays Center in 2021. MTV will continue to work closely with the Department of Health, state and local officials, the medical community, and key stakeholders to ensure the safety of all involved.”

VMAS 2020 HOSTS: Keke Palmer is the host of this year’s awards, while Nessa and Jamila Mustafa will host the pre-show. According to Billboard, Palmer is the first woman of color to host the VMAs since VJ Downtown Julie Brown co-hosted the event’s 1986-87 show. Ahead of the show, Palmer said to Billboard that, “It’s an opportunity for representation. Just knowing that someone who looks like me will get the opportunity to see me up there, which will make it more possible for them to see it for themselves. I want to give it my best so I can let them know what’s possible for them — and they can obviously go beyond that.”

VMAS 2020 PERFORMERS LIST: This year’s performers include Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga, the Black Eyed Peas, BTS, CNCO, DaBaby, Doja Cat, Maluma, Miley Cyrus and the Weeknd. J Balvin and Roddy Rich were originally in the lineup but pulled out of the show, according to Variety. An insider told Variety, “Unfortunately, J Balvin and Roddy Ricch are no longer performing. As with every awards show, there are always last-minute talent changes. That said, this year has more logistical hurdles than most and the health and safety of our employees and partners is of the utmost importance.”

Cyrus will deliver her new song “Midnight Sky”, while Gaga and Grande are set to give a performance of their song “Rain on Me” and BTS will perform “Dynamite”.

VMAS 2020 PRESENTERS: The presenters are listed below in alphabetical order by first name or stage name.
Anthony Ramos
Bebe Rexha
Bella Hadid
Drew Barrymore
Jaden Smith
Joey King
Kelly Clarkson
Machine Gun Kelly
Madison Beer
Nicole Richie
Sofia Carson
Travis Barker

ADDITIONAL DETAILS: The LA Times reported that the VMAs will have a segment called “Everyday Heroes: Frontline Medical Workers”, to honor healthcare workers.

VMAS Awards 2020

2020 MTV Video Music Awards, more commonly called the VMAs. And, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, it is airing live and there will be a pre-show. Read on for details on when the show airs, what channels it’s on tonight, the show location and pre-show info.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW LIVE TV SHOW

VMAS 2020 CHANNELS: The awards show airs on MTV, MTV2, WPIX (the CW), Paramount, Nick at Night, CMT, TV Land, Logo, Comedy Central, BET, BET Her and VH1.

VMAS 2020 DATE & TIME: The 2020 VMAs air on August 30, 2020 at 8 p.m. ET. As for how long the show is this year, it is scheduled to end at 10:15 p.m. ET. There are encore presentations on channels MTV and MTV2, so the show will most likely keep to its schedule.

VMAS 2020 PRE-SHOW SCHEDULE: The pre-show will air from 6:30 – 8 p.m. ET and will provide viewers with celebrity interviews, “fashion moments” and several performances. The pre-show will only air on the MTV network.

VMAS 2020 RED CARPET INFO: There will be no red carpet show on the E! network. Many of the celebs are in the comfort of their homes tonight. Cosmopolitan confirmed that there will be a red carpet, which may be included in the MTV pre-show.

VMAS 2020 LOCATION: According to the LA Times, the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York was the original setting for the 2020 VMAs. But, due to the pandemic, several performances will take place around New York. These performances will go on with either no audience or a small crowd. An official statement from MTV explained, “The VMAs will highlight the boroughs in an exciting show and return to Barclays Center in 2021. MTV will continue to work closely with the Department of Health, state and local officials, the medical community, and key stakeholders to ensure the safety of all involved.”

VMAS 2020 HOSTS: Keke Palmer is the host of this year’s awards, while Nessa and Jamila Mustafa will host the pre-show. According to Billboard, Palmer is the first woman of color to host the VMAs since VJ Downtown Julie Brown co-hosted the event’s 1986-87 show. Ahead of the show, Palmer said to Billboard that, “It’s an opportunity for representation. Just knowing that someone who looks like me will get the opportunity to see me up there, which will make it more possible for them to see it for themselves. I want to give it my best so I can let them know what’s possible for them — and they can obviously go beyond that.”

VMAS 2020 PERFORMERS LIST: This year’s performers include Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga, the Black Eyed Peas, BTS, CNCO, DaBaby, Doja Cat, Maluma, Miley Cyrus and the Weeknd. J Balvin and Roddy Rich were originally in the lineup but pulled out of the show, according to Variety. An insider told Variety, “Unfortunately, J Balvin and Roddy Ricch are no longer performing. As with every awards show, there are always last-minute talent changes. That said, this year has more logistical hurdles than most and the health and safety of our employees and partners is of the utmost importance.”

Cyrus will deliver her new song “Midnight Sky”, while Gaga and Grande are set to give a performance of their song “Rain on Me” and BTS will perform “Dynamite”.

VMAS 2020 PRESENTERS: The presenters are listed below in alphabetical order by first name or stage name.
Anthony Ramos
Bebe Rexha
Bella Hadid
Drew Barrymore
Jaden Smith
Joey King
Kelly Clarkson
Machine Gun Kelly
Madison Beer
Nicole Richie
Sofia Carson
Travis Barker

ADDITIONAL DETAILS: The LA Times reported that the VMAs will have a segment called “Everyday Heroes: Frontline Medical Workers”, to honor healthcare workers.

VMAS 2020 Live

2020 MTV Video Music Awards, more commonly called the VMAs. And, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, it is airing live and there will be a pre-show. Read on for details on when the show airs, what channels it’s on tonight, the show location and pre-show info.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW LIVE TV SHOW

VMAS 2020 CHANNELS: The awards show airs on MTV, MTV2, WPIX (the CW), Paramount, Nick at Night, CMT, TV Land, Logo, Comedy Central, BET, BET Her and VH1.

VMAS 2020 DATE & TIME: The 2020 VMAs air on August 30, 2020 at 8 p.m. ET. As for how long the show is this year, it is scheduled to end at 10:15 p.m. ET. There are encore presentations on channels MTV and MTV2, so the show will most likely keep to its schedule.

VMAS 2020 PRE-SHOW SCHEDULE: The pre-show will air from 6:30 – 8 p.m. ET and will provide viewers with celebrity interviews, “fashion moments” and several performances. The pre-show will only air on the MTV network.

VMAS 2020 RED CARPET INFO: There will be no red carpet show on the E! network. Many of the celebs are in the comfort of their homes tonight. Cosmopolitan confirmed that there will be a red carpet, which may be included in the MTV pre-show.

VMAS 2020 LOCATION: According to the LA Times, the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York was the original setting for the 2020 VMAs. But, due to the pandemic, several performances will take place around New York. These performances will go on with either no audience or a small crowd. An official statement from MTV explained, “The VMAs will highlight the boroughs in an exciting show and return to Barclays Center in 2021. MTV will continue to work closely with the Department of Health, state and local officials, the medical community, and key stakeholders to ensure the safety of all involved.”

VMAS 2020 HOSTS: Keke Palmer is the host of this year’s awards, while Nessa and Jamila Mustafa will host the pre-show. According to Billboard, Palmer is the first woman of color to host the VMAs since VJ Downtown Julie Brown co-hosted the event’s 1986-87 show. Ahead of the show, Palmer said to Billboard that, “It’s an opportunity for representation. Just knowing that someone who looks like me will get the opportunity to see me up there, which will make it more possible for them to see it for themselves. I want to give it my best so I can let them know what’s possible for them — and they can obviously go beyond that.”

VMAS 2020 PERFORMERS LIST: This year’s performers include Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga, the Black Eyed Peas, BTS, CNCO, DaBaby, Doja Cat, Maluma, Miley Cyrus and the Weeknd. J Balvin and Roddy Rich were originally in the lineup but pulled out of the show, according to Variety. An insider told Variety, “Unfortunately, J Balvin and Roddy Ricch are no longer performing. As with every awards show, there are always last-minute talent changes. That said, this year has more logistical hurdles than most and the health and safety of our employees and partners is of the utmost importance.”

Cyrus will deliver her new song “Midnight Sky”, while Gaga and Grande are set to give a performance of their song “Rain on Me” and BTS will perform “Dynamite”.

VMAS 2020 PRESENTERS: The presenters are listed below in alphabetical order by first name or stage name.
Anthony Ramos
Bebe Rexha
Bella Hadid
Drew Barrymore
Jaden Smith
Joey King
Kelly Clarkson
Machine Gun Kelly
Madison Beer
Nicole Richie
Sofia Carson
Travis Barker

ADDITIONAL DETAILS: The LA Times reported that the VMAs will have a segment called “Everyday Heroes: Frontline Medical Workers”, to honor healthcare workers.

VMAS 2020

2020 MTV Video Music Awards, more commonly called the VMAs. And, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, it is airing live and there will be a pre-show. Read on for details on when the show airs, what channels it’s on tonight, the show location and pre-show info.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW LIVE TV SHOW

VMAS 2020 CHANNELS: The awards show airs on MTV, MTV2, WPIX (the CW), Paramount, Nick at Night, CMT, TV Land, Logo, Comedy Central, BET, BET Her and VH1.

VMAS 2020 DATE & TIME: The 2020 VMAs air on August 30, 2020 at 8 p.m. ET. As for how long the show is this year, it is scheduled to end at 10:15 p.m. ET. There are encore presentations on channels MTV and MTV2, so the show will most likely keep to its schedule.

VMAS 2020 PRE-SHOW SCHEDULE: The pre-show will air from 6:30 – 8 p.m. ET and will provide viewers with celebrity interviews, “fashion moments” and several performances. The pre-show will only air on the MTV network.

VMAS 2020 RED CARPET INFO: There will be no red carpet show on the E! network. Many of the celebs are in the comfort of their homes tonight. Cosmopolitan confirmed that there will be a red carpet, which may be included in the MTV pre-show.

VMAS 2020 LOCATION: According to the LA Times, the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York was the original setting for the 2020 VMAs. But, due to the pandemic, several performances will take place around New York. These performances will go on with either no audience or a small crowd. An official statement from MTV explained, “The VMAs will highlight the boroughs in an exciting show and return to Barclays Center in 2021. MTV will continue to work closely with the Department of Health, state and local officials, the medical community, and key stakeholders to ensure the safety of all involved.”

VMAS 2020 HOSTS: Keke Palmer is the host of this year’s awards, while Nessa and Jamila Mustafa will host the pre-show. According to Billboard, Palmer is the first woman of color to host the VMAs since VJ Downtown Julie Brown co-hosted the event’s 1986-87 show. Ahead of the show, Palmer said to Billboard that, “It’s an opportunity for representation. Just knowing that someone who looks like me will get the opportunity to see me up there, which will make it more possible for them to see it for themselves. I want to give it my best so I can let them know what’s possible for them — and they can obviously go beyond that.”

VMAS 2020 PERFORMERS LIST: This year’s performers include Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga, the Black Eyed Peas, BTS, CNCO, DaBaby, Doja Cat, Maluma, Miley Cyrus and the Weeknd. J Balvin and Roddy Rich were originally in the lineup but pulled out of the show, according to Variety. An insider told Variety, “Unfortunately, J Balvin and Roddy Ricch are no longer performing. As with every awards show, there are always last-minute talent changes. That said, this year has more logistical hurdles than most and the health and safety of our employees and partners is of the utmost importance.”

Cyrus will deliver her new song “Midnight Sky”, while Gaga and Grande are set to give a performance of their song “Rain on Me” and BTS will perform “Dynamite”.

VMAS 2020 PRESENTERS: The presenters are listed below in alphabetical order by first name or stage name.
Anthony Ramos
Bebe Rexha
Bella Hadid
Drew Barrymore
Jaden Smith
Joey King
Kelly Clarkson
Machine Gun Kelly
Madison Beer
Nicole Richie
Sofia Carson
Travis Barker

ADDITIONAL DETAILS: The LA Times reported that the VMAs will have a segment called “Everyday Heroes: Frontline Medical Workers”, to honor healthcare workers.

UEFA Women’s Champions League final 2020

UEFA Women’s Champions League final: Five things to know about Wolfsburg vs. Lyon The 2019-20 UEFA Women’s Champions League season is coming to a close on Sunday as reigning title holders Olympique Lyonnais will face off against VfL Wolfsburg in what will surely be a cracking final. Two teams enter but only one will be crowned champions of Europe at Anoeta Stadium in Spain. 

Both teams faced a challenges within the knockout round format to get to this point in the competition as the current coronavirus pandemic caused a stop in regular play for the tournament. The two final teams remaining with an opportunity to raise a trophy in a truly unprecedented time.

The two teams will feature Europe’s brightest stars during Sunday’s final with Wolfsburg’s attacking duo of Pernille Harder and Ewa Pajor, while Wendie Renard and Amel Majri look to continue Lyon’s reign. You can catch all the action on exclusively CBS All Access.

They have a record six titles and nine final appearances, which is not matched by any other team. The French side is looking to add to their trophy case with a seventh Women’s Champions League title, including their fifth consecutive triumph. They are currently ranked No. 1 in UEFA’s ratings, and have gone completely undefeated in the tournament — marching their way from the round of 32 to the final.

The German side isn’t unfamiliar with success in Women’s Champions League, as this will be its fourth appearance in the final. Wolfsburg have previously won the Women’s Champions League two times prior, with their last final appearance in 2018 against Lyon. The team is currently ranked No. 2 in the UEFA ratings and is currently unbeaten in its Champions League campaign.

The final stage is set for the top two ranked teams to face off for the right to be called champions of Europe. The two squads have met in seven previous Women’s Champions League matches, but this meeting will mark the fourth time these two teams have met in the final. Wolfsburg made their first final in 2013, and they went on to defeat Lyon, 1-0. It was the first time a team beat Lyon in a regulation Women’s Champions League final. Lyon won the 2016 and 2018 finals. Lyon’s Sarah Bouhaddi, Wendie Renard and Eugenie Le Sommer have appeared in all seven encounters, as has Wolfsburg’s Alexandra Popp.

The Wolfsburg striker is having an impressive Champions League campaign and is currently in the running the tournament’s golden boot. She remarkably scored four goals in the quarterfinal against Glasgow City, making her the first player since Marta in 2008-09 to score four goals in a UEFA women’s club quarterfinal. The 23-year-old is just getting started and has what it takes to lead her side to glory. She did not score in the semifinal for Wolfsburg and will likely be heavily marked during the final. Harder has shown precision and accuracy in her shot selection this tournament striking from distance and on set pieces for her club.

As previously mentioned, Renard has made an appearance in all four previous Women’s Champions League final encounters against Wolfsburg and will be making her eighth Women’s Champions League final appearance on Sunday. She has been a part of six winning rosters with Lyon, a record she shares with fellow teammates Bouhaddi and Le Sommer. She has only played for one club her entire career and is the captain of Lyon. She’s able to stand up to attackers as anchor the back line. When she’s not defending, she has also been a proven goal scorer for the team on set pieces, with five goals scored for her club during this campaign.

Lyon vs Wolfsburg Live

UEFA Women’s Champions League final: Five things to know about Wolfsburg vs. Lyon The 2019-20 UEFA Women’s Champions League season is coming to a close on Sunday as reigning title holders Olympique Lyonnais will face off against VfL Wolfsburg in what will surely be a cracking final. Two teams enter but only one will be crowned champions of Europe at Anoeta Stadium in Spain. 

Both teams faced a challenges within the knockout round format to get to this point in the competition as the current coronavirus pandemic caused a stop in regular play for the tournament. The two final teams remaining with an opportunity to raise a trophy in a truly unprecedented time.

The two teams will feature Europe’s brightest stars during Sunday’s final with Wolfsburg’s attacking duo of Pernille Harder and Ewa Pajor, while Wendie Renard and Amel Majri look to continue Lyon’s reign. You can catch all the action on exclusively CBS All Access.

They have a record six titles and nine final appearances, which is not matched by any other team. The French side is looking to add to their trophy case with a seventh Women’s Champions League title, including their fifth consecutive triumph. They are currently ranked No. 1 in UEFA’s ratings, and have gone completely undefeated in the tournament — marching their way from the round of 32 to the final.

The German side isn’t unfamiliar with success in Women’s Champions League, as this will be its fourth appearance in the final. Wolfsburg have previously won the Women’s Champions League two times prior, with their last final appearance in 2018 against Lyon. The team is currently ranked No. 2 in the UEFA ratings and is currently unbeaten in its Champions League campaign.

The final stage is set for the top two ranked teams to face off for the right to be called champions of Europe. The two squads have met in seven previous Women’s Champions League matches, but this meeting will mark the fourth time these two teams have met in the final. Wolfsburg made their first final in 2013, and they went on to defeat Lyon, 1-0. It was the first time a team beat Lyon in a regulation Women’s Champions League final. Lyon won the 2016 and 2018 finals. Lyon’s Sarah Bouhaddi, Wendie Renard and Eugenie Le Sommer have appeared in all seven encounters, as has Wolfsburg’s Alexandra Popp.

The Wolfsburg striker is having an impressive Champions League campaign and is currently in the running the tournament’s golden boot. She remarkably scored four goals in the quarterfinal against Glasgow City, making her the first player since Marta in 2008-09 to score four goals in a UEFA women’s club quarterfinal. The 23-year-old is just getting started and has what it takes to lead her side to glory. She did not score in the semifinal for Wolfsburg and will likely be heavily marked during the final. Harder has shown precision and accuracy in her shot selection this tournament striking from distance and on set pieces for her club.

As previously mentioned, Renard has made an appearance in all four previous Women’s Champions League final encounters against Wolfsburg and will be making her eighth Women’s Champions League final appearance on Sunday. She has been a part of six winning rosters with Lyon, a record she shares with fellow teammates Bouhaddi and Le Sommer. She has only played for one club her entire career and is the captain of Lyon. She’s able to stand up to attackers as anchor the back line. When she’s not defending, she has also been a proven goal scorer for the team on set pieces, with five goals scored for her club during this campaign.

Wolfsburg vs Lyon Live

UEFA Women’s Champions League final: Five things to know about Wolfsburg vs. Lyon The 2019-20 UEFA Women’s Champions League season is coming to a close on Sunday as reigning title holders Olympique Lyonnais will face off against VfL Wolfsburg in what will surely be a cracking final. Two teams enter but only one will be crowned champions of Europe at Anoeta Stadium in Spain. 

Both teams faced a challenges within the knockout round format to get to this point in the competition as the current coronavirus pandemic caused a stop in regular play for the tournament. The two final teams remaining with an opportunity to raise a trophy in a truly unprecedented time.

The two teams will feature Europe’s brightest stars during Sunday’s final with Wolfsburg’s attacking duo of Pernille Harder and Ewa Pajor, while Wendie Renard and Amel Majri look to continue Lyon’s reign. You can catch all the action on exclusively CBS All Access.

They have a record six titles and nine final appearances, which is not matched by any other team. The French side is looking to add to their trophy case with a seventh Women’s Champions League title, including their fifth consecutive triumph. They are currently ranked No. 1 in UEFA’s ratings, and have gone completely undefeated in the tournament — marching their way from the round of 32 to the final.

The German side isn’t unfamiliar with success in Women’s Champions League, as this will be its fourth appearance in the final. Wolfsburg have previously won the Women’s Champions League two times prior, with their last final appearance in 2018 against Lyon. The team is currently ranked No. 2 in the UEFA ratings and is currently unbeaten in its Champions League campaign.

The final stage is set for the top two ranked teams to face off for the right to be called champions of Europe. The two squads have met in seven previous Women’s Champions League matches, but this meeting will mark the fourth time these two teams have met in the final. Wolfsburg made their first final in 2013, and they went on to defeat Lyon, 1-0. It was the first time a team beat Lyon in a regulation Women’s Champions League final. Lyon won the 2016 and 2018 finals. Lyon’s Sarah Bouhaddi, Wendie Renard and Eugenie Le Sommer have appeared in all seven encounters, as has Wolfsburg’s Alexandra Popp.

The Wolfsburg striker is having an impressive Champions League campaign and is currently in the running the tournament’s golden boot. She remarkably scored four goals in the quarterfinal against Glasgow City, making her the first player since Marta in 2008-09 to score four goals in a UEFA women’s club quarterfinal. The 23-year-old is just getting started and has what it takes to lead her side to glory. She did not score in the semifinal for Wolfsburg and will likely be heavily marked during the final. Harder has shown precision and accuracy in her shot selection this tournament striking from distance and on set pieces for her club.

As previously mentioned, Renard has made an appearance in all four previous Women’s Champions League final encounters against Wolfsburg and will be making her eighth Women’s Champions League final appearance on Sunday. She has been a part of six winning rosters with Lyon, a record she shares with fellow teammates Bouhaddi and Le Sommer. She has only played for one club her entire career and is the captain of Lyon. She’s able to stand up to attackers as anchor the back line. When she’s not defending, she has also been a proven goal scorer for the team on set pieces, with five goals scored for her club during this campaign.

VfL Wolfsburg Women vs Lyon Women Live

UEFA Women’s Champions League final: Five things to know about Wolfsburg vs. Lyon The 2019-20 UEFA Women’s Champions League season is coming to a close on Sunday as reigning title holders Olympique Lyonnais will face off against VfL Wolfsburg in what will surely be a cracking final. Two teams enter but only one will be crowned champions of Europe at Anoeta Stadium in Spain. 

CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW LIVE

Both teams faced a challenges within the knockout round format to get to this point in the competition as the current coronavirus pandemic caused a stop in regular play for the tournament. The two final teams remaining with an opportunity to raise a trophy in a truly unprecedented time.

The two teams will feature Europe’s brightest stars during Sunday’s final with Wolfsburg’s attacking duo of Pernille Harder and Ewa Pajor, while Wendie Renard and Amel Majri look to continue Lyon’s reign. You can catch all the action on exclusively CBS All Access.

They have a record six titles and nine final appearances, which is not matched by any other team. The French side is looking to add to their trophy case with a seventh Women’s Champions League title, including their fifth consecutive triumph. They are currently ranked No. 1 in UEFA’s ratings, and have gone completely undefeated in the tournament — marching their way from the round of 32 to the final.

The German side isn’t unfamiliar with success in Women’s Champions League, as this will be its fourth appearance in the final. Wolfsburg have previously won the Women’s Champions League two times prior, with their last final appearance in 2018 against Lyon. The team is currently ranked No. 2 in the UEFA ratings and is currently unbeaten in its Champions League campaign.

The final stage is set for the top two ranked teams to face off for the right to be called champions of Europe. The two squads have met in seven previous Women’s Champions League matches, but this meeting will mark the fourth time these two teams have met in the final. Wolfsburg made their first final in 2013, and they went on to defeat Lyon, 1-0. It was the first time a team beat Lyon in a regulation Women’s Champions League final. Lyon won the 2016 and 2018 finals. Lyon’s Sarah Bouhaddi, Wendie Renard and Eugenie Le Sommer have appeared in all seven encounters, as has Wolfsburg’s Alexandra Popp.

The Wolfsburg striker is having an impressive Champions League campaign and is currently in the running the tournament’s golden boot. She remarkably scored four goals in the quarterfinal against Glasgow City, making her the first player since Marta in 2008-09 to score four goals in a UEFA women’s club quarterfinal. The 23-year-old is just getting started and has what it takes to lead her side to glory. She did not score in the semifinal for Wolfsburg and will likely be heavily marked during the final. Harder has shown precision and accuracy in her shot selection this tournament striking from distance and on set pieces for her club.

As previously mentioned, Renard has made an appearance in all four previous Women’s Champions League final encounters against Wolfsburg and will be making her eighth Women’s Champions League final appearance on Sunday. She has been a part of six winning rosters with Lyon, a record she shares with fellow teammates Bouhaddi and Le Sommer. She has only played for one club her entire career and is the captain of Lyon. She’s able to stand up to attackers as anchor the back line. When she’s not defending, she has also been a proven goal scorer for the team on set pieces, with five goals scored for her club during this campaign.

Pakistan vs England

England vs Pakistan

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After a washed out first T20I, England and Pakistan would look to start afresh and register a win in Manchester on Sunday. Ever since the start of the Test series, weather has played a huge role, with second and third Tests ending in draws due to rain. Same was the fate of the T20I as well. But the forecast for the second T20I looks far more promising.

England might bring in one change in the form of David Willey, who was in sensational form in the series against Ireland, and could be used as an effective batsman lower down the order, apart from his bowling prowess. With Jason Roy out of the series, Tom Banton grabbed his chance and could once again be a key player for England. Dawid Malan, who has made double digit scores in each of his 11 T20I games, will likely continue at No.3.

As far as Pakistan is concerned, Haider Ali, who had an impressive PSL, could be asked to sit out again. While Wahab Riaz might get his first game, perhaps in place of Mohammad Amir. Shaheen Shah Afridi will most likely retain his spot.

In the last match, Pakistan looked a far cry from the side that was at the top of the ICC T20I Team Rankings until a few months ago, when 21-year-old Banton went on the attack. However, they went on to reaffirm their bowling efficiency, reducing England to 131/6 before rain intervened. Overall, England maintain a 10-4 win-loss record against Pakistan in T20Is, with one match tied.

Players Speak

Tom Banton, England opener: “When the white-ball side is at full strength I’m probably not going to break into it. I am just going to keep trying to score runs and put other guys under pressure and we’ll see how it goes from there. I don’t want to look too far ahead as there is a lot of cricket to be played. It’s one innings, I could go duck, duck the next two.”

Babar Azam, Pakistan captain: “There is Shoaib, there is Hafeez. And then if you look at the bowling, there is Shaheen Shah and Wahab Riaz. There is Mohammad Amir and Haris Rauf. There is a good mix of seniors and juniors. So I’m hopeful that we can win the series.”