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1. The USA’s 2-0 victory over Sweden in their final group game at the Women’s World Cup drew 3.88 million total viewers across broadcast and streaming for Fox. The average minute audience at 142,386 made USA-Sweden the most-streamed Women’s World Cup event ever on U.S. television. Total audience delivery -- television plus streaming viewers -- for the USA's three group matches on Fox was down 6.5 percent compared to the television audience for three U.S. group matches on Fox and FS1 in 2015 when the kickoff times were more favorable.

2. Telemundo Deportes averaged a total audience delivery average of 194,000 viewers for the Women's World Cup group stage – a 50 percent increase from the 2015 group stage average of 129,000 (excluding 2015 matches involving Mexico, which didn’t qualify for this year’s finals.). The biggest draw was 833,000 viewers for USA-Chile on Telemundo.

3. NBCSN will televise Monday's USA-Spain and Canada-Sweden games in Spanish. The matches will be simulcast from Telemundo Deportes. The USA-Spain game will air on Telemundo -- Andres Cantor will call the match with former Mexican international Manuel Sol and Florida State star Deyna Castellanos -- while Canada-Sweden will be on Universo.
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