“We’ve put within the work during the last nonetheless many weeks, and we’ve ticked the boxes so to talk that we wanted to tick, but in addition knowing how big a moment tomorrow is. But additionally the summer, we all know what it’s, what to anticipate and we’re ready for it,” captain Leah Williamson said ahead of England’s first match.
“I feel everybody’s got their very own things in place now to find a way to cope with it and pressure is a privilege. It’s something we’re embracing. That comes with it, that’s a part of the job, however it doesn’t mean we won’t enjoy it at the identical time.
“We’re not robots, there’s going to be nerves. We’re aware of the expectation. But from throughout the camp it’s all concerning the excitement of it and having fun with it, and that is my job – if I wasn’t ready for tomorrow, if I wasn’t allowed to enjoy it, why would I do it?”