sport news England's World Cup quarter-final could be hit with water breaks delays

England's World Cup quarter-final with Norway could be hit with delays for water breaks as heatwave hits France A heatwave is set to send temperatures soaring in France later this week England face Norway in Le Havre on Thursday night at 9pm local time If pitchside temperatures exceed 32°C they will have to take cooling breaks

By James Dutton For Mailonline

Published: 14:15 BST, 25 June 2019 | Updated: 14:15 BST, 25 June 2019

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Soaring temperatures in France could hit England's World Cup quarter-final showdown against Norway with delays.

After a low-key start to the summer in Northern Europe the mercury is set to reach 27°C in Le Havre on Thursday.

With the temperature likely to be even hotter on pitchside, it raises the possibility of the Lionesses' game being affected.

Soaring temperatures in France could hit England's World Cup quarter-final with Norway

 Soaring temperatures in France

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