UEFA Women's Euro 2017 S/F Preview: Netherlands v England
England Lionesses face UEFA Women's Euro 2017 host nation, the Netherlands in Thursday evening's semi-final.
FC Twente Enschede stadium aka Arke Stadion.
All 30,000 seats have been sold for tomorrow night's encounter but, if you live in the UK then terrestrial channel Channel 4 and subscription Eurosport will beam live pictures to your TV or other screening device. Kick off - 7:45pm BST.
Referee - Stéphanie Frappart (FRA)
Assistants - Manuela Nicolosi (FRA) & Chrysoula Kourompylia (GRE)
Fourth official - Bibiana Steinhaus (GER)
Did you know?
Netherlands lost 2-1 after extra-time to England in the team's only previous semi-final encounter in 2009.
The Lionesses beat Netherlands when the sides met in England in last November's friendly 1-0.
England goalkeeper Karen Bardsley will be sidelined for a while having suffered a fibula fracture in the quarter-final 1-0 victory over France.
England's Jill Scott is suspended after the Manchester City midfielder picked up her second caution of the competition in the quarter-final win.
Here are five reasons why we think they can go all the way.
Third-time lucky at #WEURO2017 for twice runners-up England?
England manager Mark Sampson
'The great thing about where we are at the moment is that we are exciting the English public. It has been a long time since the English public had genuine belief that we could win a major championship.'
'Of course you can come in, Bass, it's your birthday!'— Lionesses (@Lionesses) August 2, 2017
Dutch goalkeeper Sari van Veevendaal is delighted to hear tomorrow's game will be a sell-out. She told UEFA.com:
'It's fantastic. We never could have imagined that so many Dutch fans would be coming to see us and that the people would be so enthusiastic. It really helps us a lot and they're doing a great job. It really gives us a boost.'
Good luck Lionesses, I for one will be watching and cheering you on!