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Pat Cummins, David Warner rip into England ahead of Matildas’ FIFA Women’s World Cup semi-final

Pat Cummins, David Warner rip into England ahead of Matildas’ FIFA Women’s World Cup semi-final
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Australia’s sporting rivalry with England will have a new chapter added when the Matildas take on the Lionesses in the FIFA Women’s World Cup semi-final on Wednesday night.

The Ashes is often seen as the pinnacle of hostilities between the two nations, but cricket is very much in the rearview mirror as football takes centre stage.

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It comes after a drama-filled Ashes series that ended 2-2 and saw tensions boil over on numerous occasions.

There were spotfires everywhere and it was capped off by reports the English team snubbed the Australians for the traditional post-series drinks.

Australian captain Pat Cummins didn’t miss the opportunity to weigh in on the Matildas’ massive clash, offering English goalkeeper Mary Earps some free advice.

Pat Cummins has been loving the rise of the Matildas. Credit: Getty Images

“Play by the rules,” he jokingly said as he encouraged Earps to stay on her line after English cricketer Jonny Bairstow was controversially stumped when he left his crease in the second Ashes Test.

Players from the Matildas and England’s Lionesses have downplayed the rivalry in a football sense.

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But retiring Australian Test batter David Warner quipped on social media the Matildas “should keep an eye out in case the Poms ask to change the ball” after a similar move in the recent fifth Test at The Oval helped England salvage a win to draw the series.

Whatever the sport, Cummins said the feeling of victory over the old enemy is one of the finest an Australian athlete can enjoy.

“There’s nothing more satisfying as an Aussie than getting one up on our English mates,” he said.

Meanwhile, Cummins looks set to miss Australia’s ODI tour of South Africa due to his fractured wrist and instead return for the series against India ahead of the World Cup in October.

The World Cup could be Cummins’ last time captaining the ODI side, with the quick to determine after the tournament whether he can continue juggling the role with bowling duties and the Test captaincy.

Cummins injured his left wrist diving in the field on day one of the fifth Ashes Test at The Oval but played on before beginning his ongoing recovery.

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“It hurt day one when I did it and it hurt a lot when I was batting, but I didn’t think it was too bad,” Cummins said.

“Then with each day it got a little bit sorer so I knew it was probably bone as opposed to a muscle (issue).”

The injury had already ruled Cummins out of the first leg of Australia’s white-ball tour to South Africa, a three-match T20 international series that begins on August 31.

Cricket Australia hoped the right-arm quick could appear in the five-match ODI series that starts on September 7, naming him as captain in that squad.

But Cummins now appears likelier to return to play in India, where Australia’s ODI squad for South Africa will play three matches ahead of the World Cup from September 22.

Steve Smith, Josh Hazlewood and Alex Carey will all tour South Africa and have previously skippered the 50-over side, while newly-appointed T20 captain Mitch Marsh is another potential captain.

Any replacement captain could be auditioning for the role long-term, with the busy Cummins a chance to offload the position to focus on his bowling workload and red-ball leadership duties.

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16

Pre-game show

Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane 7pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus

Adelaide 6.30pm live on 7mate and 7plus, 7pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus

Perth 5pm live on 7mate and 7plus, 5.50pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus

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Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane 8pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus

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Perth 6pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus

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