Get all the key details ahead of England's World Cup clash with Argentina on Friday - including team news and TV info.
When is the match taking place?
Friday, June 14 at 2000 BST
Where are they playing?
Stade Oceane in Le Havre
Where can I watch it?
BBC One, with radio coverage via 5 Live
What are the latest odds?
England are heavy favourites with Sky Bet at a price of 1/9, the draw can be backed at 7/1 and Argentina are the massive outsiders at 18/1.
Neville urges England to 'keep being ruthless'
England manager Phil Neville urged his players to "keep being ruthless" after their levels dropped in the second half of a 2-1 win over Scotland.
The Lionesses bossed things in the first half of their Women's World Cup opener in Nice, during which Nikita Parris scored a 14th-minute penalty and Ellen White added a curled finish shortly before the break.
But things were different after the interval and Claire Emslie's strike with 11 minutes of normal time remaining made for a tense conclusion.
Neville said in his post-match press conference: "We played really well in the first half.
"We played really adventurous, really high. We could have had more goals, and nearly had a third one just after half-time.
"And then I suppose the disappointment leaving the game - and it's the standards that we have set - is that in the second half we need to keep the ball better.
"So we have to keep driving those standards, we have to keep being ruthless. But it's good to get the first game out of the way.
"When I see them play like they did for the first 60 minutes, we're a good team that will progress in the competition. If we drop our levels, then it makes life tougher."
Emslie scored after England captain Steph Houghton gave the ball away, and Nevillesaid: "She gave it away trying to do the right thing. She was trying to make the pass that we practice, so I'm never going to criticise my players for that."
The penalty netted by Parris was awarded for handball via VAR, with referee Jana Adamkova pointing to the spot after watching back footage of Fran Kirby's cross striking Nicola Docherty on the arm.
Neville said: "We've been given two talks by referees, and the two talks we've had, one by a FIFA official and one by an official in England, both said that was going to be a penalty.
"I didn't look at it - I just trusted that the minute the referee came over, I think it's going to be penalty."
Neville said he thought Parris showed "world-class" composure.
And he added of the 25-year-old, who has left Manchester City and joined Lyon this summer: "We have seen a player develop from being a really, really good WSL (Women's Super League) player, to now signing for the the best team in the world in Lyon, making impacts in the big games on the big occasions.
"I think what you have seen today is a little snippet of what a special player we have got."
Giving her take on what was Scotland's debut appearance at a Women's World Cup finals, boss Shelley Kerr said of the penalty decision: "By the letter of the law it's a penalty, but I thought it was harsh.
"The rules are the rules, we can't change that, but I definitely thought the penalty was harsh."
She added: "First half we were disappointed in terms of our performance. I think we could have played much better, but a lot of credit has to go to England.
"I thought the second half we were better organised and we finished the game extremely well. I thought the second-half performance was more like us and I was pleased with that, there was lots of positives."
The attendance for the match at the Allianz Riviera - where Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was among the crowd - was 13,188.
It was put to Neville that the figure was lower than some had expected, and he said: "I thought there was a sea of red and white throughout the stadium.
"Yes, there were probably more empty seats than what we thought.
"But I thought it was a brilliant support by us and I do think when we get to Le Havre (for their next group game, against Argentina) there will be more, and when we come back down to Nice (to play Japan) there will be even more supporters."
Women's World Cup fixtures
Friday June 14
Group D: Japan vs Scotland (1400, Rennes) - BBC One
Group C: Jamaica vs Italy (2000, Le Havre) - BBC One
Group D: England v Argentina (1700, Reims) - BBC red button/website
Saturday June 15
Group E: Netherlands vs Cameroon (1700, Valenciennes) - BBC One
Group E: Canada vs New Zealand (2000, Grenoble) - BBC red button/website
Sunday June 16
Group F: United States vs Chile (1400, Paris) - BBC One
Group F: Sweden vs Thailand (1700, Nice) - BBC red button/website
Monday June 17
Group B: China vs Spain (1700, Le Havre) - BBC website
Group B: South Africa vs Germany (1700, Montpellier) - BBC red button/website
Group A: Nigeria vs France (2000, Rennes) - BBC Four
Group A: South Korea vs Norway (2000, Reims) - BBC red button/website
Tuesday June 18
Group C: Jamaica vs Australia (2000, Grenoble) - BBC red button/website
Group C: Italy vs Brazil (2000, Valenciennes) - BBC Four
Wednesday June 19
Group D: Japan vs England (2000, Nice) - BBC One
Group D: Scotland vs Argentina (2000, Paris) - BBC Four
Thursday June 20
Group E: Cameroon vs New Zealand (1700, Montpellier) - BBC red button/website
Group E: Netherlands vs Canada (1700, Reims) - BBC website
Group F: Sweden vs United States (2000, Le Havre) - BBC Four
Group F: Thailand vs Chile (2000, Rennes) - BBC red button/website
Saturday June 22
38: 1B vs 3A/C/D (1400, Grenoble)
37: A2 vs C2 (1730, Nice)
Sunday June 23
39: 1D vs 3B/E/F (1630, Valenciennes)
40: 1A vs 3C/D/E (2000, Le Havre)
Monday June 24
41: 2B vs 2F (1700, Reims)
42: 1F vs 2E (2000, Paris)
Tuesday June 25
43: 1C vs 3A/B/F (1700, Montpellier)
44: 1E vs 2D (2000, Rennes)
Thursday June 27
45: W37 vs W39 (2000, Le Havre)
Friday June 28
46: W40 vs W41 (2000, Paris)
Saturday June 29
W43 vs W44 (1400, Valenciennes)
W38 vs W42 (1730, Rennes)
Tuesday July 2
49: W45 vs W46 (2000, Lyon)
Wednesday July 3
50: W47 vs W48 (2000, Lyon)
Saturday July 6 (1600, Nice)
Sunday 7 July (1600, Lyon)
Odds correct at 1725 BST (11/06/19)