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What time does the Matildas’ semi-final start and how can I watch it? Full Women’s World Cup TV, streaming guide

The eyes of the nation are on the Matildas as they take on England with a FIFA Women’s World Cup final spot on the line on Wednesday, August 16.

Spain awaits one of these two teams in the final, with the Matildas expected to shatter viewing records and pack out Stadium Australia, with a thrilling penalty shootout win over France in the quarter-final bringing the highest TV ratings since Cathy Freeman at the 2000 Olympics.

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