The Super Falcons and the Lionesses will meet on Monday morning and GOAL gives you all the details of how to watch the game.
Nigeria showed their gallant spirit when they roared back against Australia from 1-0 down to lose 3-2. The Super Falcons cannot be taken for granted as they make a second successive appearance in the last 16.
The team has shrugged off-field disputes with their board aside and they have reached this stage at the expense of reigning Olympic champions Canada and now seek another big scalp in England.
England, meanwhile, will hope to see similarities between this World Cup campaign and last season’s successful Uefa European Championship. After starting both group stages with 1-0 wins and finishing with victories by a five-goal margin, they’re also still to concede from open play.
The Lionesses have overcome the absence of injured midfielder Keira Walsh with Lauren James taking centre stage against China where they won 6-1 by contributing to five of the six goals England scored.