Stuart Broad needs England luck forward of their World Cup semi-final with Australia… as he urges the Lionesses to ‘bring it home’

Stuart Broad, the scourge of Australian batsmen in Ashes fights for the previous 14 years, inspired the Lionesses to take a Bazball method to their date with future.

The just lately retired English quick bowler and Mail Sport columnist instructed Millie Bright’s group to have enjoyable and play with a smile on their faces.

The 37-year-old, who ended his taking part in profession by taking the final two wickets in a 49-run victory over Australia on the Oval final month that put the Ashes 2-2 up, mentioned: “England towards Australia, one of many nice sporting rivalry – a World Cup semi-final in their very own yard, Sydney.

‘What an experience that will be. Enjoy every moment, have fun, play with a smile on your face, you’ve been inspiring a complete era of soccer followers at house, so have a look round and luxuriate in. Bring it house!’

Stuart Broad has wished the Lionesses one of the best of luck forward of their semi-final win with Australia after having so usually plagued the Aussies on the cricket subject over the previous 14 years.

The Lionesses attain the ultimate of the World Cup in the event that they beat hosts Australia