KIRSTY Moroney insists there is no extra pressure on England's women tomorrow as they take on World Cup hosts Australia.

Coach Chris Chapman was today naming his side to face the Jillaroos for the second group game in Sydney.

England opened their campaign with a 36-8 win over PNG Orchids on Thursday and Bulls skipper Moroney, one of eight Bradford players in that starting line-up, is pleased with the mood in camp.

"We were tired for the first couple of days, which was to be expected, but we've got straight into the swing of things, we're happy and in a great spot," she said.

"All the games in the tournament are high pressure – they are all 'must-win' games. You come to a World Cup to win every game.

"If you don't do that, at some point you won't progress any further in the tournament, so there's definitely team pressure more than individual pressure for us to do that.

"We know what we're about and our game plans and structures. We're focused on ourselves and putting in a good performance, rather than too much on the opposition."

Moroney is in her fourth World Cup and can see the attention growing in the women's game on the back of the Bulls' treble-winning campaign.

"I think there's been an increase in interest because of the World Cup and it's been a long time coming," she said.

"We've had a great year in the UK this season in terms of marketing, how it's been publicised and the interest.

"We attended the opening ceremony in central Sydney and all the big sponsors were there. They've made it a really big deal – and so it should be.

"The final is alongside the men's for the first time and I think that speaks volumes in terms of interest that the women's game is gaining at the minute."