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Having eased past Cameroon in the round of 16, Phil Nevilles side take on a team that they knocked out of the Womens World Cup four years ago

England maintained their winning streak at the Women's World Cup with a 3-0 win over Cameroon.

The game was an ill-tempered affair with the African side unhappy at several VAR decisions, and lucky to finish the match with 11 players on the field.

Norway edged past Australia on penalties in Nice and their quarter-final spot means Martin Sjogren's side have improved on their previous showing in this competition.

Latest Odds

Four years ago, these teams met in the last 16 where England came out on top by a 2-1 scoreline. bet365 offer

21/20 (2.05) that the Lionesses do so once again and
8/15 (1.53) that they progress to the semi-finals.

Norway are

5/2 (3.50) underdogs in Le Havre and
11/8 (2.38) to qualify. A draw in normal time is available at
12/5 (3.40) with the online bookmaker.

Team News

Steph Houghton is a doubt for the game after a dangerous challenge from Cameroon's Alexandra Engolo left the England captain with an ankle injury.

Sjogren has a full squad to pick from with no injury or suspension worries.

It's worth noting that any players carrying one yellow card for the tournament with see those cautions cancelled after this game.

Preview

Norway have kept just one clean sheet in the competition to date - that came in a 3-0 win over Nigeria on matchday one.

bet365 are

5/6 (1.83) about both teams finding the net in this one, although England do come into the game on the back of three consecutive clean sheets.

The bookmakers don't expect a high-scoring clash in Le Havre with under 2.5 goals priced at just

3/4 (1.75).

Ellen White is a

13/8 (2.6) shot to find the net for the fifth time in France this summer.

Predictions

While Houghton would be a significant miss for the Lionesses, their performances have been impressive in France thus far, improving each round.

Neville's side will face their toughest test of the tournament here but look capable of coming out on top for a fifth straight game. At

21/20 (2.05) they certainly appeal as a single selection.

Those seeking a bigger price should consider England's habit of starting quickly.

The favourites have been ahead by half time in three of their four games to date and backing England/England on the half-time/full-time market pays a tempting

9/4 (3.25). That could be worth considering for those seeking chunkier odds.

Odds correct at the time of publish. Please gamble responsibly.

England to win at 21/20 (2.05) for a 2pt stake with bet365