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Summary

  1. Nobbs has long-range strike tipped onto bar
  2. Phil Neville's first home game and World Cup qualifier
  3. Wales one point above England, having played a game more
  4. Watch live BBC Two coverage on this page - in UK and abroad

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night

    That's a wrap from us then - check out the report here and then join us back in the morning for a massive day of Premier League action.

  2. 'Keeping them out of the net - every single one'

    England 0-0 Wales

    Wales goalkeeper Laura O'Sullivan on BBC Two: "I haven't had a better performance in my career. This is the biggest game I've ever played in.

    "The other 10 players did everything to stop England."

    Which was her favourite save?

    "They were all good, keeping them out of the net - every single one."

  3. 'England worked us hard'

    England 0-0 Wales

    Wales captain Sophie Ingle on BBC Two: "It was massive. We put a shift in. England worked us hard. They are the second best in the world, we weren't going to have much of the ball.

    "It just shows where we've come and how we've developed. Laura O'Sullivan is my best mate, she's kept us in the game."

  4. 'She got Wales a point'

    England 0-0 Wales

    Rachel Brown-Finnis

    Ex-England goalkeeper

    Wales
    Image caption: They were at it again...

    Laura O'Sullivan kept her team in the game. A striker can win you a match by putting a goal away but a keeper can earn you a result as well.

    From the very first minute to the end she was in top form and that's what got Wales a point.

  5. 'They got what they came for'

    England 0-0 Wales

    England boss Phil Neville: "It went how I thought it would, we didn't play well in the first half and we showed no patience. We were a lot better in the second half but we didn't put the chances away. We kept them hemmed in.

    "Mel Lawley came on and brightened up the game. We got the ball out wide but we didn't have the quality of the cross in. Full credit to Wales, they sat deep and nullified our threat.

    "A draw was what they came for and what they got."

  6. 'Wales deserved that point'

    England 0-0 Wales

    Sue Smith

    Former England forward on BBC Two

    You can see the difference between the Wales players celebrating the draw and England players are disappointed.

    You’re going to come up against teams who sit back and make it difficult. I have to praise Wales who were so resilient and deserved that point.

  7. FULL-TIME

    England 0-0 Wales

    A smattering of boos greet the full-time whistle, but that's a brilliant point for Wales!

    Laura O'Sullivan ends the night on the deck with cramp, Wales stay top of the group and manager Jayne Ludlow is delighted with that.

  8. O'Sullivan is player of the match

    England 0-0 Wales

    Sue Smith

    Former England forward on BBC Two

    Laura O'Sullivan has been outstanding for Wales.

    She's done everything she's needed to do. She's done the basics and lots of top-class saves. It helps your defence when you have a goalkeeper like that behind you.

  9. Post update

    England 0-0 Wales

    England have yet another corner, again it's cleared away. It's going to take something spectacular or an error I think to break the deadlock, but Yeovil superstar Laura O'Sullivan is there once more to save as a deflection goes her way...

  10. Post update

    England 0-0 Wales

    Sue Smith

    Former England forward on BBC Two

    Laura O'Sullivan did so well to get a hand to that They're trying all sorts to get past her.

  11. GREAT SAVE!

    England 0-0 Wales

    Into stoppage time and another brilliant save by Laura O'Sullivan, she has repelled the kitchen sink single handedly...

  12. Post update

    England 0-0 Wales

    Mel Lawley gets behind the full-back but when she looks up it's a sea of red in the middle. No way through.

  13. Post update

    England 0-0 Wales

    Jess Fishlock wins a free-kick and that's a chance for a breather for Wales. Almost there...

  14. Post update

    England 0-0 Wales

    Sue Smith

    Former England forward on BBC Two

    We thought it was in from this side. Abbie McManus found herself free at the back post. She'll be disappointed with that.

  15. CLOSE!

    England 0-0 Wales

    Is that in? No!

    Jordan Nobbs floats in a free-kick, it's flapped at by the usually reliable Laura O'Sullivan and Abbie McManus can only slam the loose ball into the side-netting!

  16. Post update

    England 0-0 Wales

    Six minutes for England to find a winner, six minutes for Wales to hang on. It would be a very good point indeed for the visitors.

    Lucy Bronze is wiped out by Sophie Ingle, who goes in the book. That was six inches outside the area.

  17. Post update

    England 0-0 Wales

    Tom Garry

    BBC Sport at St Mary's

    Wales, ranked 32 places below second-placed Engand in the world rankings, are getting very close to a huge upset and their fans in the corner are starting to believe it can happen now.

  18. CLOSE!

    England 0-0 Wales

    Another good corner comes in and it's nodded just over! Came off Hayley Ladd last, another corner. Getting a touch nervy back there for Wales.

    Wales striker Kayleigh Green then goes down with cramp and Phil Neville steps on to help her out - the fourth official tells him off and he has to retreat...

  19. SUBSTITUTION

    England 0-0 Wales

    Toni Duggan has put a shift in and showed some neat touches but she's off - on comes Beth Mead of Arsenal for her England debut.