England face China in their final group stage game today, with the Lionesses only needing a point to qualify for the knockout stages.
Sarina Wiegman’s side come into the game off the back of a 1-0 win against Denmark, with Lauren James scoring the winner..
As for China, they come into today’s clash with the European Champions off a win against Haiti.
Mail Sport breaks down everything you need to know ahead of England’s showdown with China.
England come into the clash with China off the back of a 1-0 win against Denmark
China kept their World Cup hopes alive following their win against Haiti in their last game
China vs England – Key information
England will face China this afternoon, with kick-off scheduled to get underway at 12pm.
For fans watching in Australia, the game will start at 9pm AEST and 8.30pm ACST.
The game between the two sides will take palace at the Hindmarsh Stadium in Adelaide.
This afternoon’s clash between England and China will take place at the Hindmarsh Stadium
How to watch
The clash between England and China will be shown live on ITV 1, with coverage getting underway at 11.15am.
Fans will also be able to stream the game live on the official ITV X app.
All 64 matches in this summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup will be broadcast live on terrestrial TV in the UK after the BBC and ITV clinched a joint rights deal.
The move, which includes live audio commentary on BBC 5 Live and 5 Sports Extra, comes after FIFA and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) agreed to extend their existing media rights partnership.
There had been a threat of a broadcasting blackout in Europe’s Big Five nations – England, Spain, Italy, Germany, France – following bids of £800,000-£8m ($1m-$10m), which Gianni Infantino insisted were unfair.
For those wanting to watch in Australia, Optus Sport will be broadcasting all 64 games live. A monthly plan starts at $6.99 for Optus customers, and $24.99 for everyone else.
Meanwhile, for fans watching in the US, Fox Sports is set to show every game of the tournament.
Mail Sport will be providing live coverage of England’s clash with China so you can keep up to date with all the action here.
China will be without Zhang Rui for the game against England after she was sent off in their win against Haiti
Keira Walsh is the major injury concern for Wiegman’s side ahead of England’s game against China.
The midfielder appeared to suffer a serious knee injury during the Lionesses’ Women’s World Cup game against Denmark.
In her absence, Laura Coombs will be looking to start from the off in midfield.
Leah Williamson will play no part in this year’s tournament, with Millie Bright likely to partner Alex Greenwood in defence today.
Alessia Russo looks set to lead the line once again for England, with Chloe Kelly and Lauren James in contention to play either side of the forward.
China will be without Zhang Rui for the game after she was sent off in the nations win over Haiti.
Zhang Xin looks likely to start from the off in her absence alongside Lingwei Yao and Lina Yang.
Predicted China XI (4-2-3-1): Yu; Mengwen, Shanshan, Wei, Qiaozhu; Lingwei, Lina; Chengshu, Xi, Linyan; Jiahui
Predicted England XI (4-2-3-1): Earps; Daly, Greenwood, Bright, Bronze; Coombs, Stanway; Hemp, James, Kelly; Russo
England will likely be without Keira Walsh for the clash with China after she was forced off in the Lionesses win against Denmark
China to win – 13/2
England to win – 4/9
Draw – 3/1
All odds via Paddy Power and correct at the time of publication.