Australia, the only remaining host nation in the competition after New Zealand finished third in their group, will face Denmark on Monday 7 August.

Top 5 ranked France will take on Morocco on Tuesday 8 August to decide who will take the last Quarter-Final spot

Highlights of all the last-16 matches are available for audiences to watch on Women’s World Cup

Highlights at 7pm on BBC Three daily - as well as on BBC iPlayer, and the BBC Sport website and app throughout the day

Later in the tournament, the BBC is the only place you can watch both World Cup Semi-Finals

After a 6-1 victory against China in their last Group Stage game

topping Group D of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 with a 100% record, England will face Nigeria (who finished second in Group B) in the Round of 16.

FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 Round of 16 TV Schedule

England v Nigeria live on TV and BBC iPlayer and follow across Radio, BBC Sounds and BBC Sport online

the action from England's last 16 match against Nigeria on Monday 7 August