Following a resolute display against Spain, England’s women head into their final Group D game with Portugal knowing that a single point will be enough to see them safely through to the quarter-finals.
Euro 2017 promises to be bigger and better than any previous women’s tournament, with 16 teams descending on the Netherlands for a test of skill, stamina and spirit.
England will be looking to build on their impressive victory over Scotland when they face Spain in their second Euro 2017 match on Sunday.
England face Scotland in Utrecht on Wednesday as they begin their quest for the women’s European Championship title.
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