Women’s World Cup: England’s Toni Duggan injury doubt for World Cup opener against Scotland

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England forward Toni Duggan is a doubt for the Lionesses' opening Women's World Cup match with Scotland on Sunday because of a thigh problem.

The 27-year-old Barcelona striker was forced out of training on Saturday.

Duggan, who has played 51 times for the national team, featured in all of England's warm-up friendly matches before their trip to France.

Defender Demi Stokes has returned to training after missing sessions earlier in the week because of a knee injury.

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