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Women's World Cup: England v USA most-watched programme of 2019

BBC News Wednesday, 3 July 2019
England's World Cup semi-final defeat to the United States was the most-watched television programme of the year so far in the UK - with a peak audience of 11.7m.
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Women's World Cup: England v USA match preview 01:02

England through to the semi-finals of the Women's World Cup in France and not prepare to take on the competition's formidable USA team.

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