England kick off their Women’s World Cup campaign against Scotland in Nice as Phil Neville’s side eye a first title.
The Lionesses are among the favourites to win the tournament, sitting third in the FIFA rankings – and will hope to make light work of their neighbours.
They will they face Argentina and Japan in Group D as they strive to reach the final in Lyon on July 7.
This match – and every England and Scotland game this summer – will be live on talkSPORT and here’s how you can tune in.
England vs Scotland: What time does kick off?
This Group D clash will take place on Sunday, June 9 and will kick off at 5pm UK time – that’s 6pm in France.
The match will be held at the 36,000 capacity Allianz Riviera in Nice – the stadium where England’s men infamously lost to Iceland at Euro 2016.
England vs Scotland: Live on talkSPORT
talkSPORT has exclusive rights to the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup and will be broadcasting all the action from Nice live.
Our coverage for England vs Scotland will begin at 4pm. Click here for the live stream or click the radio below.
We’ll also have every England and Scotland game, both semi-finals, and the final live across the talkSPORT network over the coming weeks.
England vs Scotland: What has been said?
Former England star Claire Rafferty, who represented the Lionesses at the 2011 and 2015 World Cups, has told talkSPORT what Neville’s side can expect in their Group D clashes.
She said: “I think Scotland is going to be a tough one to start with. Their XI is very strong and defensively they can nullify the threats England have.
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“But over the course of 90 minutes they won’t have as much possession as England and Scotland will have to stay concentrated to get something out of that game. If they can keep the likes of Kim Little off the ball then that will help England.
“It’s an emotional game but I see England aren’t getting too caught up in the emotion of it and they’re seeing it for what it is.
“For them [Scotland] it’s a World Cup final especially when you consider how badly they lost to England last time out (losing 6-0 at Euro 2017). They will want revenge and have had a good run going into the tournament.
“Japan are quite a dominant team. They’ve got the Lyon player Saki Kumugai who is fantastic. I know Japan didn’t have their strongest team but England did beat them in the SheBelieves Cup so they’ve managed to switch their mentality to help them beat the big teams.
“Argentina aren’t brilliantly organised but that can be quite hard to play against because it’s hard to predict what patterns they’ll play in.
“The group for England is tougher than anyone is letting on.”
England vs Scotland: What is the team news?
Goalkeepers: Karen Bardsley (Man City), Mary Earps (Wolfsburg), Carly Telford (Chelsea)
Defenders: Millie Bright (Chelsea), Lucy Bronze (Lyon), Rachel Daly (Houston Dash), Alex Greenwood (Man Utd), Steph Houghton (captain, Man City), Abbie McManus (Man City), Demi Stokes (Man City) Leah Williamson (Arsenal)
Midfielders: Karen Carney (Chelsea), Jade Moore (Reading), Jill Scott (Man City), Lucy Staniforth (Birmingham City), Georgia Stanway (Man City), Keira Walsh (Man City)
Forwards: Toni Duggan (Barcelona) Fran Kirby (Chelsea), Beth Mead (Arsenal), Nikita Parris (Man City), Jodie Taylor (Seattle Reign), Ellen White (Birmingham City)
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Goalkeepers: Lee Alexander (Glasgow City), Jenna Fife (Hibernian), Shannon Lynn (Vittsjo)
Defenders: Chloe Arthur (Birmingham City), Jennifer Beattie (Manchester City), Rachel Corsie (Utah Royals), Nicola Docherty (Glasgow City), Sophie Howard (Reading), Hayley Lauder (Glasgow City), Joelle Murray (Hibernian), Kirsty Smith (Manchester United)
Midfielders: Lizzie Arnot (Manchester United), Leanne Crichton (Glasgow City), Kim Little (Arsenal), Joanne Love (Glasgow City), Christie Murray (Liverpool), Caroline Weir (Manchester City)
Forwards: Fiona Brown (Rosengard), Lana Clelland (Fiorentina), Erin Cuthbert (Chelsea), Claire Emslie (Manchester City), Lisa Evans (Arsenal), Jane Ross (West Ham United)