England take on Norway tonight in what should be the Lionesses’ toughest test to date Euro 2022 and determine who will advance to Group A winners.

Sarina Wigman’s side won their home tournament with a 1-0 win over Austria in front of a record crowd of 68,871 at Old Trafford last Wednesday.

Beth Mead scored the only goal of the game and England will need to improve if they are to beat Norway, who started with a 4-1 win over Northern Ireland.

Norway has a talented squad, including first-time Ballon d’Or winner Ada Hegerberg, Barcelona’s Caroline Graham Hansen and Chelsea’s Gura Reiten.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of tonight’s match.

When is England vs Norway?

The match kicks off at 20:00 BST on Monday 11 July. It will be held at the Amex Stadium in Brighton.

How can I watch it?

It will be shown live on BBC One, starting at 7.35pm. It will also be available to stream live on the BBC iPlayer website and BBC Sport.

What’s the team news?

In the face of Norway’s attacking talent, Sarina Wigman may decide to return Leah Williamson to midfield and renew the defensive partnership of Millie Bright and Alex Greenwood. Beth Meade is likely to keep her place, but Alessia Russo could replace Ellen White and lead England’s attack.

Predictive compositions

England: Earps; Bronze, Bright, Greenwood, Daly; Walsh, Williamson; Mead, Kirby, Hemp; Russian

Norway: Pettersen; Sonstevold, Mjelde, Thorisdottir, Blakstad; Maanum, Engen; Eikeland, Graham Hansen, Reiten; Hegerberg


England: 1/2

Draw: 10/3

Norway: 11/2


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