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Women's World Cup: Team USA To Bring All They Have Against Chile

They play their second match of the Cup Sunday. "You put yourself in the best position to advance in this tournament," Coach Jill Ellis said when asked if she'd tell her team to play less than 100%.

When the U.S. plays Chile on Sunday at the Parc des Princes in their second match of the Women's World Cup, it will be the first time the U.S. women's team has ever played in Paris. But the squad is certainly not unknown.

In their last Tuesday night, the Americans made clear

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