So far, Canada is getting exactly what it bargained for at the Arnold Clark Cup.
Coach Bev Priestman explained that the Canadian women’s team could have played a series of friendlies this winter, but instead opted to compete in this four-nations tournament in order to test itself against some of the top teams in Europe.
After coming from behind to draw England in its first game, Canada now faces an even more daunting task in the form of the Germans, a team it’s only beaten once in 16 meetings.
Here’s what you need to know about Sunday's game (3:15 p.m. ET) between Canada and Germany at Norwich's Carrow Road.