Who will the Matildas play in opposition to within the semi-finals of the World Cup? When is the sport on? And the place is it performed? All your questions answered

The Matildas are within the semi-finals of the Women’s World Cup for the primary time after beating France (0-0) 7-6 on penalties.

Mackenzie Arnold made three saves earlier than Cortnee Vine transformed the successful penalty kick to win the quarterfinals within the longest ever shootout in event historical past in entrance of 49,461 screaming followers at Suncorp Stadium.

Matildas goalkeeper Mackenzie Arnold was named participant of the match after her heroics within the penalty shootout to make three saves.

A superb one-handed save within the 107th minute by Arnold from a drawn shot by 19-year-old French striker Vicki Becho was additionally essential.

“I’ve been trying to get my mind together and sort of realized what just happened, and it’s still kind of sinking in,” Arnold instructed Channel 7.

“I think it’s going to take me a few days, but it’s a quick turnaround.

“I think maybe tonight we’ll have time to celebrate and then we’ll look at it tomorrow and move on to the next game.”

Matildas goalkeeper Mackenzie Arnold was participant of the match, whereas Sam Kerr made a huge effect coming off the bench whereas recovering from a calf damage.

The Matildas have reached the semi-finals of a World Cup for the primary time in historical past after beating France

The winner of Saturday’s match between England and Colombia will face Australia on Wednesday night in Sydney

It was the third straight recreation the Matildas held to a draw and their thirteenth win in 15 video games.

So what occurs subsequent for the historic Matildas?

The Matildas will face both England or Colombia, who meet in a while Saturday, in subsequent Wednesday’s semi-final at Stadium Australia in Sydney.

Kick-off is at 8pm AEST, that means viewers in South Australia and Northern Territory ought to tune in at 7.30pm and Western Australian followers can watch the match dwell from 6pm.

Regardless of their opposition, the Matildas can count on a tricky problem.

Colombia have been a real underdog story, advancing to the quarter-finals after beating Jamaica, with Catalina Usme scoring the one objective of the match.

The England Lionesses have already despatched off an underdog and survived 120 minutes of soccer to lastly finish the Nigerian Super Falcons’ resistance on penalties.

The semi-final will likely be broadcast dwell on Channel 7 and its streaming service for Australian residents.

“For football in this country, it’s huge,” mentioned former Matildas star Amy Chapman.

This 12 months’s Women’s World Cup remaining will happen on Sunday, August 20.

Kick-off is ready for 11am BST (8pm AEST/7.30pm ACST).

The remaining will happen at Stadium Australia in Sydney, which has a capability of 70,000.