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The reigning European champions have not made life easy for themselves Down Under but as per the messages pouring out of the England camp, a major tournament is about finding ways to win, regardless of the aesthetic.

England seemed to forego all style for substance as a 10-woman team scraped past Nigeria in the Round of 16 via a dramatic penalty shootout.

The crucial victory was blighted by the red card awarded Lauren James after the Chelsea starlet stamped on Nigeria’s Michelle Alozie after a moment of frustration got the better of her.

A two-match ban against James means England must face Colombia without the player responsible for all but one of their open play goals in the tournament thus far.

And dark horses Colombia will want to do one better than Nigeria who pushed England to the wire.

The South American nation have been a surprise sensation this summer, having got the better of two-time world champions Germany during the group stages and becoming the first South American side not named Brazil to reach the quarter-finals in the history of the tournament after a 1-0 victory over Jamaica.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the tie.

Where and what time is kick-off?

England fans have done well to avoid the uber-early kick-off times at this World Cup and once again it proves to be the case as the Lionesses kick off against Colombia at 11:30am UK time (BST).

The match will take place at Stadium Australia in Sydney.

The entire tournament is being broadcast in the UK across the BBC and ITV.

Saturday’s match will be shown live on ITV 1 and ITV X, with coverage starting from 10:45am.

Alternatively, you can follow all the build-up, team news, text commentary, analysis and reaction on the Mirror’s designated live blog.

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Who are Colombia?

Colombia have been the World Cup dark horses and from a neutral’s perspective, their addition is more than welcomed.

The Copa America runners-up tout a plethora of talent, not least in teenage starlet and Real Madrid forward Linda Caicedo, whose exploits have not gone unnoticed this summer.

But Nelson Abadía’s team have plenty more about them in attackers Cataline Usme Mayra Ramírez, as well as full back Manuela Vanegas, the hero for Colombia in the 2-1 last-gasp victory.

Vanegas is set to return to the starting line-up after serving a one-game suspension for a second yellow card against Morocco.

Colombia are direct, clinical and slick, capable of controlling the tempo of a match as much as disrupting it. Their historic feats have earned them high praise back home, and they will not want to see their rollicking story come to an end on Saturday.

Catalina Usme celebrates Colombia’s opening goal against Jamaica in the Round of 16
Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Team news

Lauren James’ will serve her two-match suspension on Saturday, but the remainder of Wiegman’s squad were all seen training in the final session on Friday.

How the England boss decided to line up is, once again, the question of the hour. Wiegman opted to stick with her 3-5-2 formation against Nigeria, but the Super Falcons’ shrewdly negated its threats without much fuss. The formation suited James against China, with the mercurial attacker able to get the ball on the half turn and play at whim, but she didn’t relish the same space against Nigeria.

Swapping James for Ella Toone is an option, but while Toone will be eager to show off her skillset, she is not a like for like replacement of James.

Katie Zelem was arguably unlucky to be dropped after a solid performance against China, and she could be called back into the fray to shore up midfield alongside the returned Keira Walsh and Georgia Stanway.

Whether Wiegman opts to stick or twist with Alessia Russo up top also remains to be seen.