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England will take on Colombia on Saturday as they attempt to reach the last four of the World Cup.
They made the quarter-finals by beating Nigeria 4-2 on penalties on Monday, after neither side found the net in 120 minutes of open play.
But the Lionesses will know how lucky they are to still be in the tournament, after Lauren James was sent off in the 87th minute for a moment of petulance that saw her stamp on Michelle Alozie’s back.
They were grateful to take the game to a shootout, and when they did only Georgia Stanway’s opening kick was off-target. Beth England, Rachel Daly and Alex Greenwood all scored confidently before Chloe Kelly – England’s match-winner in the Euros final last year – secured their place in the final eight.
James, the hero of England’s 6-1 win over China in the final group game, is banned for Saturday’s fixture, and will also miss a potential semi-final after Fifa extended her ban by one game – but she could return for the final, if England make it.
When is England vs Colombia?
England vs Colombia will be played on Saturday 12 August, kicking off at 11.30am BST, at Stadium Australia in Sydney.
Coverage will be on ITV1 and ITV X, starting at 10.45am.
When would England play if they win?
If England beat Colombia they will play in the second semi-final on Wednesday 16 August, kicking off at 11am BST from Stadium Australia in Sydney.
They will face either Australia or France, who play their quarter-final on Saturday morning at 8am BST, before the England-Colombia game.
Australia beat Denmark 2-0 on Monday to earn their spot in the quarters, while France defeated Morocco 4-0.
France and Australia are both ranked inside the top 10 in the world, so would be stiff competition, but England are ranked fourth themselves, and are considered favourites for the entire tournament following the US’ surprise exit on Sunday.
Should England make it all the way to the final, then Spain or Sweden will be waiting for them. Spain reached the semis with a 2-1 win over the Netherlands on Friday, while Sweden beat Japan 2-1.
What should we expect from Colombia?
Colombia beat Jamaica 1-0 in their round-of-16 fixture on Tuesday to earn their spot in the quarter-finals.
They reached the knockouts by topping Group H after beating Germany and South Korea and losing to Morocco.
At 25th, the South Americans are the lowest placed of the quarter-finalists in Fifa’s rankings, but, having already helped see off one of the pre-tournament favourites Germany in the group stage, they cannot be underestimated.
Runners-up to Brazil in last year’s Copa America Femenina, they travelled to Australia and New Zealand not only determined to better their previous record of reaching the last 16 in Canada in 2015, but of making a significant impression.
Victory over an England side who, barring their thumping 6-1 Group D victory over China, have not been at their best, would certainly do that.
Two women at opposite ends of their careers have carried Colombia’s hopes in some style Down Under. Inspirational skipper Catalina Usme, 33, and Real Madrid’s 18-year-old Linda Caicedo, widely regarded as a superstar in the making, have each scored two of the five goals they have managed in the competition so far.
As well as Usme and Caicedo, who finished top scorer in the Colombian league as a 14-year-old, head coach Nelson Abadia has Atletico Madrid midfielder Leicy Santos, Levante forward Mayra Ramirez and Real Sociedad defender Manuela Venegas at his disposal.
England defender Lucy Bronze said they have not shown their best at the World Cup so far, and must play better if they are to progress past Colombia on Saturday.
“We can give more,” the Barcelona defender said. “We’re a fantastic team with highly talented players. There’s no point in playing our best performances in the first games, we might as well save them for the quarter-finals or further than that.
“The most important thing is that we’re coming out of games with wins. We’re the ones who are still in the competition and there’s many top teams who are going home because they haven’t been able to get that point or been able to see the games out in the penalty shootout and we have.
“We’ve shown that side of our team that we know what it takes to win.”