England vs Nigeria – Women's World Cup: Lionesses go to battle for quarter-final spot – FREE stream, TV, team news | The Sun
ENGLAND finished top of Group D after a flawless group stage at the Women's World Cup.
The Lionesses need just a point against China to guarantee qualification to the last-16, but Sarina Wiegman's side took all the spoils in style.
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Lauren James was the star of England's 6-1 win against China after putting in a performance to remember.
The Chelsea forward claimed two goals and three assists as the Lionesses cruised to the last-16.
Elsewhere, Nigeria finished runners-up in Group B, pipping Canada to the knockout rounds.
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When is England vs Nigeria?
- England vs Nigeria will take place on Monday, August 7.
- Kick off will be at 8:30am BST.
- The Brisbane Stadium will play host.
What channel is England vs Nigeria on?
- England vs Nigeria will be broadcast live on BBC One.
- Coverage will begin at 8am BST.
- Gabby Logan will lead the presenting team.
Can I live stream England vs Nigeria for FREE?
- Yes! You can live stream England vs Nigeria for FREE via BBC iPlayer, providing you have a valid TV licence.
- You can download the BBC iPlayer app for FREE onto your mobile or tablet device.
- Alternatively, you can follow SunSport's live blog for minute-by-minute coverage from the Brisbane Stadium.
Kiera Walsh is likely to remain unavailable after the Barcelona star was stretchered off against Denmark.
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Millie Bright and Lucy Bronze will be pushing to be involved after overcoming injuries before the tournament.
Sarina Wiegman will be hoping that forward Lauren James can continue her fine form in the knockout stages.
The Lionesses' boss is likely to have the same squad available as the game against China, providing no injuries occur in training.
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