The Lionesses take on Norway this evening in the Women’s World Cup 2019 quarter-final at Stade Oceane in Le Havre, France.
Norway edged past Australia on penalties in a challenging last-16 match to reach this stage for the first time since 2007.
Meanwhile, England overcame a different kind of test when they prevailed 3-0 against a tempestuous Cameroon side to maintain their hopes of bettering their third-place finish four years ago in Canada.
The winners will advance to the semi-finals on Tuesday 2nd July and will face the winners of France v United States.
Gabby Logan will be live on BBC One and BBC one HD from 7.30pm with live streaming via the BBC iPlayer.
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