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By James Evans For Mailonline

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England will face Colombia in the Women’s World Cup quarter-final after defeating Nigeria on penalties in the round of 16.

The Lionesses rode their luck throughout the 120 minutes of football and survived extra time with 10 players on the pitch.

Lauren James was sent off late in the second half after stamping on her opponent during the clash with Nigeria and will miss England’s next game.

Colombia progressed through to the quarter-finals after they defeated Jamaica, with Catalina Usme scoring the only goal of the game.

Mail Sport breaks down everything you need to know ahead of England’s showdown with Colombia. 

England will play Colombia in the Women’s World Cup quarter-finals after defeating Nigeria on penalties in the round of 16

Manchester City forward Chloe Kelly scored the decisive penalty to send Sarina Wiegman’s side through

When is England vs Colombia?

England will face Colombia on Saturday, August 12, with kick-off at 11.30am UK time. 

For fans watching in Australia, the game will start at 8.30pm AEST and 8pm ACST.

How to watch

The clash between England and Colombia will be shown live on ITV, also available to stream on ITVX. 

All 64 matches in this summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup will be broadcast live on terrestrial TV in the UK after the BBC and ITV clinched a joint rights deal.

The move, which includes live audio commentary on BBC 5 Live and 5 Sports Extra, comes after FIFA and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) agreed to extend their existing media rights partnership.

England will play Colombia in the quarter-finals after they defeated Jamaica 1-0

There had been a threat of a broadcasting blackout in Europe’s Big Five nations – England, Spain, Italy, Germany, France – following bids of £800,000-£8m ($1m-$10m), which Gianni Infantino insisted were unfair.

For those wanting to watch in Australia, Optus Sport will be broadcasting all 64 games live. A monthly plan starts at $6.99 for Optus customers, and $24.99 for everyone else.

Meanwhile, for fans watching in the US, Fox Sports is set to show every game of the tournament. 

Mail Sport will be providing live coverage of England’s clash with Colombia so you can keep up to date with all the action here. 

When is the World Cup final?

This year’s Women’s World Cup final will take place on Sunday, August 20.

Kick-off is set for 11am BST (8pm AEST/ 7.30pm ACST).

The final will take place at the Stadium Australia in Sydney – which has a capacity of 70,000.

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