England will be aiming to reach their first ever Women’s World Cup final on Tuesday, but they must first beat current holders, the USA.
The Lionesses have reached two consecutive semi-finals at the tournament, but will be looking to go one better than 2015 and book their place in Sunday’s showpiece final.
They beat Norway 3-0 in their quarter-final last week and would be the first England team to reach a major international final since 1966.
The good news is that manager Phil Neville has a fully fit squad to choose from.
However, a very big task stands in their way.
The USA are ranked number one in the world and are the reigning Women’s World Cup champions, with 22 goals scored so far – although 13 of these came against Thailand in their historic opening game.