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Four wins from four matches has seen the Lionesses ease into the Euro 2017 semi-finals against the host nation on Thursday. The England Supporters Club are pleased to announce that tickets are available for the match and are priced at £27 each.
Fans of the Lionesses can purchase tickets now by calling 0800 389 1966. Tickets will need collecting from the stadium in Enschede on match day.
England 1-0 France
Mark Sampson said England are set for a “huge game” on Thursday as his charges prepare for a European Championship semi-final against the Netherlands.
Jodie Taylor scored the only goal of the game as the Lionesses defeated France for the first time in 43 years to book a last-four clash with the host nation.
Sampson has now led England to back-to-back semi-finals following the bronze medal-winning performance at the World Cup in 2015.
He said: “We are delighted to be at this stage of the tournament.
“It's going to be a huge game on Thursday night against the hosts. They've got some fantastic players and they are playing with confidence.
“We are very proud that we have reached back-to-back semi-finals but we want to go two steps further. We want to find a way to beat a good Holland team and get ourselves in a final. They will have a huge home following and it's a great test for us.
“We've been made to feel incredibly welcome here. But we're going to have to put that to the back of our minds and stay strong to come up against a team that will have a whole country behind them.
“We'll think about what we need to do over the next three days to get ourselves ready for this game.”
England hadn’t beaten France in 19 previous attempts, since a 2-0 victory at Plough Lane in November 1974.
It was Sampson’s first victory over Les Bleus since he took over the reins in December 2013.
The result means that England are the highest-ranked team left in the competition following Germany’s shock exit at the hands of Denmark, who will face debutantes Austria in the other semi-final.
Watch live on Channel 4
The match starts at 7.45pm (GMT) on Thursday and will be available to watch live on Channel 4.
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