An important week awaits England’s teams as the World Cups of cricket, rugby league and rugby union enter their final stages.
Here, PA News Agency looks at various semi-finals and finals involving national teams.
England have qualified for the men’s T20 World Cup semi-finals on Saturday. Sri Lanka Finished second in the Super 12 group by four wickets in Sydney. Jos Butler’s side will face India in the round of four at the Adelaide Oval on Thursday for the right to face either side. new zealand Or Pakistan in the Melbourne final on Sunday. The game against India will start at 8am UK time, sky sportsEngland won in 2010 and were runners-up in 2016.
Saturday also saw them advance to the quarter-finals of the World Cup, hosted by England’s men’s rugby league team. Papua New Guinea at Wigan 46-6. Seeking a place in the final for the second time in a row, they will face Samoa at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday at 2:30pm (BBC One). He is the team that won 60-6 in the group stage opener. Champions Australia and New Zealand met in another semi-final at Elland Road the day before, with the final at Old Trafford on his 19th November. On Wednesday, they will face Papua New Guinea at Headingley and Ireland at the Copper Box Arena.
England played in the semi-finals of the Women’s Rugby Union World Cup in New Zealand on Saturday, beating Canada 26-19 at Eden Park in Auckland. They are now set to face off against hosts and defending champions New Zealand at the same venue in a re-enactment of the 2017 final. The contest will take place on Saturday, kicking off at 6.30am UK time and broadcast on ITV, with England looking to win her third title.
https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/new-zealand-papua-new-guinea-rugby-ben-stokes-chris-woakes-b2219351.html The English team chasing World Cup glory on multiple fronts