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Excitement mounts as the 2023 Women's World Cup final kicks off in Sydney in just a few hours.
Spain and England will go head-to-head with crowds of 75,000 people expected together at the stadium Australia.
In other news, around 30,000 people have been told to leave their homes in the Western Canadian province of British Columbia.
Wildfires continue to rage with officials warning vast areas are under threat.
A state of emergency has been declared.
And a rare tropical storm is bearing down on Southern California.
Hurricane Hillary is gathering speed moving up Mexico's western coast with meteorologists predicting catastrophic flooding for the region.
Residents of high-risk zones in Mexico's second largest city Tijuana have been urged to evacuate.