FOOTBALL fans hailed the BBC's punditry line-up for England's HUGE clash with Australia.
The Lionesses are bidding to reach their first ever Women's World Cup final as they prepare to take on the hosts in Sydney.
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Coverage of the match was hosted by Gabby Logan as she was joined by England icons Alex Scott and Ellen White.
Arsenal manager Jonas Eidevall was also a part of the team who flew out to Sydney for the big match.
Scott, who has shown off her impressive fashion sense throughout the tournament, stunned in a stylish black top and leather jacket for the occasion.
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And viewers took to social media to hail the punditry line-up.
The official Women's Super League account said: "Whoever picked the punditry team today for Australia v England deserves a raise 🤩."
In response, one person added: "Truly they do because this is a 10/10 line-up."
A second responded: "We have been treated fr."
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A third replied: "Gabby and Alex Scott is such a good combination. Working with the semi final on in the background is just ace!
"It could be tiddlywinks and I would still want us to beat the Aussies! C'mon England!"
With 177-cap England legend Fara Williams also a part of the team on the pitch, yet another fan responded: "Fara Williams as well! Excited for this one 😄."
Meanwhile, reacting specifically to Scott, fans described her as a "national treasure" and a "queen".
Speaking ahead of the game, England boss Sarina Wiegman played down talk of her side being the favourites to progress.
She said: "First of all, I don't think they are underdogs. They're playing at home.
"The stadium will be really full so it's two teams that are very good, very strong and have grown into the tournament.
"It's going to be very tight and very competitive. We approach the game as any other game, we just prepare how we want to play.
"We've analysed our opponent really well so hopefully we can take out the strengths and exploit some weaknesses, and take it from there."
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