Oshoala, Banda, Kgatlana and the African superstars keen to set 2023 Women's World Cup alight

Nigeria's Super Falcons vs USA.Getty Images.

The 2023 Fifa Women's World Cup is scheduled to start on July 20 and end on August 20 in Australia and New Zealand.

Nigeria will be making their ninth appearance in the global competition and they will be joined by African champions South Africa - who will be playing in the tournament for just the second time. Morocco and Zambia are making their debut after an impressive 2022 Wafcon outing.

GOAL takes a look at players who are expected to shine for their respective countries once the tournament starts.

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