Who do England play next at Women’s World Cup 2019? USA semi-final fixture date, opponents and route to the final assessed

Updated: 24/05/2022

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England are through to the semi-finals of the Women's World Cup 2019 with a perfect record.

The Lionesses beat Scotland, Argentina and Japan to top Group D with nine points. They then beat Cameroon 3-0 in a fiery encounter to progress past the round of 16, before another 3-0 win against Norway in the quarter-finals on Thursday evening.

Phil Neville's side are now in their third consecutive World Cup semi-final.

Analysis:

England 2-1 Scotland

England 1-0 Argentina

England 2-0 Japan

England 3-0 Cameroon

England 3-0 Norway

Semi-final: USA

United States pic
Tobin Heath celebrates a USA goal with her teammates (Getty Images)
  • 8pm on Tuesday 2 July in Lyon

England are set to face some mighty opposition in the semi-finals where they face strong favourites the USA.

The Americans reached the last four after a hard-fought 2-1 win over tournament hosts France, thanks to two goals from co-captain Megan Rapinoe.

Final

  • 4pm on Sunday 7 July in Lyon

Should England progress to the final, they will face either the Netherlands or Sweden who play against each other in the other semi-final on Wednesday night in Lyon.

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