England’s Lionesses are set to play co-hosts Australia in the 2023 Women’s World Cup 2023 semi-final in what is set to be their toughest battle yet.
In the team is three Yorkshire lasses looking to do us proud. It’s Likely that Rachel Daly of Harrogate will start with Esme Morgan (Manchester City) from Sheffield and Bethany England (Tottenham Hotspur) from Barnsley (Aston Villa) starting on the bench, according to Evening Standard.
The game kicks off at 11am tomorrow (16th August) and you can watch on BBC with coverage starting from 10.30am.
Out of their four clashes before England have won two, Australia won one and they’ve drawn – so England have the better record, but we’ll have to wait and see how it plays out.
Discussing England’s opponents manager, Sarina Wiegman said:: “They are very strong and have grown into the tournament.”
We can’t wait to cheer the team on!
Defender from Sheffield Esme Morgan has been sharing newfound skill on TikTok, showing how she’d learned to make friendship bracelets in the arts and crafts area at their Australian base camp.
The potential England women’s lineup for tomorrow’s game could possibly be: Earps; Carter, Bright, Greenwood; Bronze, Walsh, Stanway, Daly; Toone; Russo, Hemp, according to Sportsmole.