England and Belgium face each other tonight and the winner goes home. Arnold Clark Cup.

A Rachel Daly got support lioness Claiming a 2-1 win over Italy on Sunday, continued with a 4-0 win over the Republic of Korea and extended their undefeated streak. Sarina Wiegman up to 28 games.

Belgium also won their opening two games – both 2-1 against Italy and South Korea – and will want to inflict a defeat against their European Champions.

The Lionesses want to defend the Arnold Clark Cup and start their World Cup year with another title under Wiegman.

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

When is England v Italy?

The match will kick off at Ashton Gate on Wednesday, February 22 at 19:45 GMT.

How can I watch?

It will be broadcast live on ITV 4 screens, which will start at 19.00. It will also be available to watch online on the ITV X platform.

Team News

Kiera Walsh’s return to the England squad against Italy means neither side has any injury concerns in Wednesday’s match.

Both sides were heavily rotated throughout the tournament, but they may choose to show their strongest side for this tournament-defining match.

Estimated line-ups

England: Earps; Bronze, Bright, Williamson, Greenwood; Stanway, Walsh; James, Toone, Kelly; Russo

Belgium: Evrard; Cayman, Kees, De Neve, Meersman; De Caigny, Detruyer, Vanhaevermaet, Biesmans, Dhont; wullaert

Arnold Clark Cup results and schedule

Thursday, February 16 – MK Stadium, Milton Keynes

Italy 1-2 Belgium

England 4-0 Republic of Korea

Sunday, February 19 – CBS Arena, Coventry

England 2-1 Italy – 15:15

Belgium 2-1 Republic of Korea – 18:15

Wednesday, February 22 – Ashton Gate, Bristol

Republic of Korea – Italy – 16:45

England – Belgium – 19:45