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How to follow Australia v England via live updatesWe will be hosting live text coverage of the match on TNT Sports. 'We want to win regardless' - WalshGOSFORD, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 06: Keira Walsh of England reacts during a training session at Central Coast Stadium on August 06, 2023 in Gosford, Australia. (Photo by Naomi Baker - The FA/The FA via Getty Images)Image credit: EurosportKeira Walsh has dismissed suggestions that victory would mean more due to the historical sporting rivalry between England and Australia.
Because of all the interest in tonight’s fixture, we’re starting the ball rolling early again on the blog. That means there’s plenty of time for you to send me an email on your thoughts about the semi-final, Australian football, English football, or just the World Cup in general. PreambleJonathan HowcroftHello everybody and welcome to live coverage of Australia v England from Stadium Australia in Sydney.
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And the manner in which they have brought the country together has been beautiful to watch. It has been authentic, unselfconscious, welcoming, and joyous. This fixture is the perfect case study. Whenever a v separates Australia and England it comes loaded with centuries of baggage. Not tonight. This is not the Ashes or a proxy battlefield on which to settle historic scores. For thousands of kids staying up past bedtime on a school night they will neither know of, nor care about, the almost exclusively male rivalries that contaminate other contests. This rivalry dates back only to 2015 and consists of just four previous matches, none of which took place with any great consequence. As Mackenzie Arnold told reporters the other day, this is “just another game”.
Australia v England at Women's World Cup 2023: Kick-off time, live stream and TV channel details for semi-final - EurosportUpdated 15/08/2023 at 11:57 GMTEngland will continue their pursuit of a first Women's World Cup victory when they face co-hosts Australia in the semi-finals. The Lionesses have reached the last four for a third consecutive World Cup, but unlike 2015 and 2019, they will be aiming to go a step further and reach their first World Cup final.
”Go well Steve, and if England do win, you would surely be in a very select minority of fans to have witnessed both victorious World Cup campaigns. Are you an Australian new to football, worried about demonstrating your dinky-di credentials at semi-final watchalong? Fear not… For this reason, I’ve prepared this entirely subjective “latecomer football fan guide to Matilding your life”. Maybe megamusic bingo could do a Matildas crossover night? I’m picturing Phoenix Nights with Dave Spikey compering in shiny shoes.
“As my 9-year-old neighbour says, it’s not women’s football or men’s football - it’s just football. ”It very much feels like that Gavin. As we shall come onto a little later, hopefully the game’s leaders can capitalise on this generational shift. The sun hasn’t gone down yet and the atmosphere is already building across Sydney.
The two sides have already met this year after a goal each from Sam Kerr and Charlotte Grant ended England’s 30-match unbeaten run in April’s friendly at Brentford's Gtech Community Stadium, as the Matildas won 2-0. Here is everything you need to know ahead of England's semi-final clash with Australia. When is Australia v England? The 2023 Women's World Cup semi-final between Australia and England kicks off at 11:00 UK time on Wednesday, August 16 in Sydney. Which TV channel is Australia v England on? Coverage of Australia v England will be shown on BBC One. How to watch a live stream of Australia v EnglandYou can watch a live stream of the match in the UK on the BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website.
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