[LIVE STREAM===] England - Nigeria live 7 August 2023
How to watch England vs Nigeria: TV channel, live stream and talkSPORT coveragePublished: 14:49, 2 Aug 2023Updated: 14:49, 2 Aug 2023England will begin the knockout stages of the Women's World Cup with a highly anticipated showdown against Nigeria next week. The Lionesses finally seemed to have exploded into life at the tournament by thrashing China 6-1 to seal top spot in Group D. 3Lauren James has been one of the tournament's best players, with three goals and three assistsCredit: getty The victory followed up successive unconvincing 1-0 victories over Haiti and Denmark that maintained England's perfect record. Opponents Nigeria scraped through in second in Group B with only one win and two draws against Canada and the Republic of Ireland. But their only three points were gained with a stunning 3-2 win over co-hosts Australia and will provide a stern last-16 test.
Faye Carruthers will be your host with Joe Shennan providing commentary, while Charlotte Richardson will have updates on talkSPORT. talkSPORT. com will also be running a live blog to follow all the action as well. To tune in to talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2 through the website, click HERE for the live stream.
Walsh, whose switch to the Nou Camp made her the most expensive female footballer, was forced off against Denmark with a knee injury. Laura Coombs is again set to deputise in her absence but it remains to be seen whether Ella Toone is restored to the starting eleven. Chloe Kelly will also hope to regain her place having came off the bench to score against China last time out. Follow all the latest Women's World Cup results, fixtures and group standings in our new match centre HERE. 3Daly made it 6-1 to England in a crushing victoryCredit: Getty England vs Nigeria: What has been said? Speaking to ITV after her star performance against China, Lauren James said: "Happy for the team, everyone’s buzzing and we’re looking forward to going into the next round.
"I felt free, Whether I’m on the wing or in the middle I’m happy to be on the pitch playing and enjoying my football, I’m happy that I can contribute to goals as well. "Each day, each game I’m looking to improve and get better. There’s many more years of improvement, I can always get better. "I just need to stay focused and hope that can happen. " talkSPORT BET Offer Of The Day Bet £20 Get £20 In Free Bets - CLAIM HERE 18+ New customers only.
England vs Nigeria: How to watch on TV This World Cup last 16 clash will take place on Monday, August 7. The match at Lang Park in Brisbane, Australia is scheduled to kick-off for 5:30pm local time, which is 8:30am in the UK. It is being shown BBC One with coverage starting at 8am. It will be shown free-to-air and you can also live stream it for free on the BBC website and BBC iPlayer. England vs Nigeria: How to listen on the radio Full coverage from the Lionesses first knockout match in the land down under will be live on talkSPORT 2.
You can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM. 3There were fears Walsh would be ruled out for the tournamentCredit: Getty England vs Nigeria: Team news Sarina Wiegman is still sweating over the fitness of Kiera Walsh after the Barcelona midfielder missed the win over China.
Match preview: England v Nigeria
England Lionesses v Nigeria Women's World Cup match