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Live Reporting

By Emma Sanders

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    Tom Garry's report on this match is live so make sure you check that out. You can also read Alistair Magowan's reaction to England's semi-final defeat here.

    And Hope Solo offers her thoughts on what's holding the US team back in France.

    See you on Saturday!

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    You can also follow live coverage of England v Sweden in the third-fourth play-off as the Lionesses look to pick up the bronze medal for the second time running.

    That match is in Nice and will be shown live on BBC One at 16:00 BST on Saturday.

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    Key stat: This was the first ever Women’s World Cup semi-final match to be settled in extra-time.

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    USA v Netherlands.

    The Women's World Cup final.

    Sunday at 16:00 BST.

    Live on BBC One.

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    Hope Solo

    Former US goalkeeper and World Cup winner on BBC One

    The USA are already fitter than every other team. This doesn't look good for the Dutch going into the final [on the back of extra time and the day after the USA played].

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    Netherlands 1-0 Sweden

    Tom Garry

    BBC Sport in Lyon


    The Oranje sure know how to party! With the vibrant colour these fans will bring, plus the huge number of USA fans who will be here on Sunday, we're in for a really, really lively atmosphere at the final.

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    Dion Dublin

    Former England striker on BBC One

    USA have got their hands on it [the World Cup] already for me, these teams are miles apart. It should be a walk in the park.

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    There's still time to rate the player's performances. What does Sari van Veenendaal deserve? Head over here to rate them out of 10.

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    Hope Solo

    Former US goalkeeper and World Cup winner on BBC One

    They will have to have the game of their lives against the United States. We haven't seen the best of them yet. Hopefully it's yet to come.

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    Dion Dublin

    Former England striker on BBC One

    Should Sweden have had a penalty?

    It's a lunge tackle. She doesn't get any of the ball. It should have been a massive appeal from every Sweden player. It's 100% a penalty.

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    Plenty of big saves from the Netherlands captain and keeper, Sari van Veenendaal. Here's a few of them!

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    Video caption: van Veenendaal saves Jakobsson strike

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    Video caption: Hurtig denied by the outstretched foot of van Veenendaal

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    Video caption: Fischer's low effort touched onto the post by van Deenendaal
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    Rachel Brown-Finnis

    Ex-England goalkeeper on BBC Radio 5 Live

    That is not a bad piece of chat for Jackie Groenen when she goes back in for pre-season, the winning goal in a World Cup semi-final, that is the dream.

    What success Sarina Wiegman has had with this team and she has worked her magic. Their form was not great after Euro 2017 but they found a way to get through.

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    Alex Scott

    Ex-England international on BBC One

    We got a goal in the end. We got some entertainment. We need to applaud the Dutch. They've been on a rise, European champions and a World Cup final. It's major for them

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    So the Netherlands will be playing in their first World Cup final. It's their second successive major tournament final.

    Remember, they are the reigning European champions. They are taking on the defending world champions!

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    Pat Nevin

    Former Chelsea and Scotland winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Are they even close to taking on the USA? Is even one Dutch player good enough to get into the USA team?

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    Caroline Chapman

    BBC Sport in Lyon

    As the Netherlands players jump on keeper Sari van Veenendaal at one end, her opposition number Hedvig Lindhal stomps her feet in anger, throws off her gloves and kicks them into the turf.

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    And this is the goal from Jackie Groenen that sent them through.

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    Video caption: 'What a finish!' - Groenen puts Netherlands ahead in extra time

    Netherlands 1-0 Sweden

    The Netherlands are into the World Cup final!!!!!

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    John Murray

    BBC Radio 5 Live commentator

    Under the new rules it will be an uncontested drop ball.

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    Netherlands 1-0 Sweden

    Kosovare Asllani is carried off the pitch and straight down the tunnel. There's concern on the face of coach Peter Gerhardsson.

    Kosovare Asllani