England face up to Aussies
So it's a clash of the old enemy as we have an England v Australia semi-final in the Women's World Twenty20.
The line-up for the semis was confirmed on Tuesday when the Aussies beat a spirited South Africa by 24 runs to finish runners up of Group A and England finished undefeated as winners of Group B with a 63-run victory over Pakistan at Taunton.
They'll play each other at The Oval at 1300 BST on Friday - a day which could have seen God Save the Queen played out twice in one day, had Messers Duckworth and Lewis not had their wicked way with Paul Collingwood's side. The second men's semi follows immediately after at 1730.
If you've got tickets to the first semi-final day at Trent Bridge on Thursday, your entree ahead of the main course is New Zealand women (runners up in the 50-over World Cup in March) against India women, who haven't looked like being world-beaters in this tournament just yet.
They were completely outplayed by England on the opening day of the competition, suffering a hefty 10-wicket defeat.
The women's match-up at The Oval will be mouth-watering. Australia are England's bogey side in tournament cricket, and what's more, England's recent record against them is not great, as the current side have lost their last three games against the Aussies; most recently in a T20 warm-up prior to this competition, and before that at the World Cup in Sydney, albeit in a game which didn't matter to England in terms of the result.
Australia will be desperate to gain revenge for their poor showing on their home turf in March. They finished fourth after losing to India in the play-off. Many of England's current side remember only too well the pain of losing to Australia in the semi-final of the 2005 World Cup in South Africa.
The scores to be settled are many, and the memories run deep.
Here's hoping the crowd will take advantage of the double-headers at both The Oval and Trent Bridge and arrive in plenty of time to support the women's matches.
For the home fans it's a chance to help an England side make history by doing the first ever 50-over and 20-over World Cup double.
England has only hosted two Women's World Cup events previously, in 1973 and 1993. The home side won them both. An omen maybe?