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Women's World Cup: England boss Phil Neville says semi-final will be 'unbelievable occasion'

BBC News Thursday, 27 June 2019
England manager Phil Neville says their Women's World Cup semi-final will be an "unbelievable occasion" after his side beat Norway 3-0 to reach the last four.
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News video: Women's World Cup: England v Norway match preview

Women's World Cup: England v Norway match preview 01:26

England are hoping to make it five wins in a row as they face Norway at the Stade Oceane in Le Havre, France.

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