49 days to go

Sweden have scored a goal every 49 minutes of play at the FIFA Women's World Cup™, which is good enough for the sixth quickest scoring record, where Germany lead the pack with a goal every 32 minutes.

Sweden have played a total of 2,648 minutes of football over the past six Women's World Cups and they have found the back of the net 54 times in that period to get their average of a goal every 49 minutes. Meanwhile, in Germany's 2,918 minutes of play, the two-time world champions have scored 91 goals to give them the impressive rate of a goal every 32 minutes, which means Germany on average have been scoring nearly three goals a game!