Super Falcons defender Michelle Alozie is anticipating a challenging match against England on Monday.
The West Africans will face the Three Lionesses in a last-16 match at Lang Park in Brisbane.
England have a perfect record in the competition so far, having won all three of their games.
The European champions are also among the favourites to win the competition after the elimination of the likes of Germany, Sweden and Brazil from the tournament.
Alozie knows the Super Falcons are up for a difficult battle but stated that they will give their best in the game.
“It’s going to be a hard game, we’ve had hard games just like this, starting with Canada, so we expect nothing less,” the right-back said in a short video interview posted on the Super Falcons Twitter handle.
“It is obviously a knockout round, we are ready to put up a battle and we expect a battle from them and we will give them everything we have.”
The Super Falcons have already shown that they can compete with the best teams in the world.
They drew with Canada in their opening game of the tournament, and they beat Co-host Australia in their second game.
If they can play to their potential, they will have a good chance of beating England and reaching the quarter-finals.
The match will be played at Lang Park in Brisbane, Australia, on Monday, August 8th at 08:00 AM CAT.