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ARSENALS Emirates Stadium has been dramatically transformed for Englands Rugby League World Cup semi-final against Samoa.

The goals at either end were changed from a rectangle to the letter H.

Arsenals Emirates Stadium was transformed

The North London venue is hosting Englands Rugby League World Cup semi

Lines were redrawn and rugby posts were installed

Staff worked tirelessly to redraw the lines on the pitch and the grass was carefully inspected.

Englandsrugby league World Cupsemi-final opponents Samoa then trained on the pitch ahead of Saturdays clash.

Samoa caused an upset last weekend, defeating Tonga to reach the last four for the first time.

However, things have been smoother forEngland, who have recorded convincing wins at every stage, with the most recent coming against Paua New Guinea with a 46-6 victory.

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Confidence is sky high and England are charging towards a first final on home soil since 1995.

England forward Victor Radley said: Were just worried about ourselves, not them.

Theyre going to be stronger from the opening day, but were going to be stronger too.

Theyve got a talented team and itll take 17 tough Englishmen to stop them.

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Luckily, thats what weve got.

Play is due to get underway at 2.30pm and will be free to watch on BBC One.

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