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How to Watch England vs Colombia: TV Channel and Kick-off Time for Women's World Cup Fixture

England faces Colombia in the Women's World Cup quarter-finals, with star forward Lauren James suspended after a red card.

Sign up for Miguel Delaney's Reading the Game newsletter and receive it directly in your inbox for free. The Women's World Cup quarter-finals are here, and England is set to face Colombia in Sydney. The Lionesses had a close call in the last-16 match against Nigeria, where they had to play extra time with 10 players after Lauren James was sent off for stamping on Michelle Alozie. Despite the setback, England emerged victorious in a tense penalty shoot-out. However, James will be suspended for the quarter-final.

Colombia, on the other hand, proved their strength by defeating Germany in the group stages and securing their spot in the World Cup quarter-finals with a 1-0 win over Jamaica. This is their first-ever quarter-final appearance, making them a dangerous opponent for England.

Lucy Bronze, an England defender, openly admitted that the Lionesses are not satisfied with their performances thus far. However, a win against Colombia would bring them one step closer to their first-ever Women's World Cup final. The quarter-final match will take place on Saturday, August 12th, at Stadium Australia in Sydney, with kick-off at 11:30am UK time (BST). You can catch the live coverage on ITV 1 and ITV X, starting from 10:45am.

In terms of team updates, England has made one change from the last-16 match, with Ella Toone replacing the suspended Lauren James. Toone may play as a No 10 if Sarina Wiegman decides to stick with the 3-5-2 formation. Alternatively, England could revert to a 4-3-3 formation, with Toone joining Keira Walsh and Georgia Stanway in midfield.

England's defense remains unchanged and looks solid, but three players, namely Georgia Stanway, Lucy Bronze, and Lauren Hemp, are one booking away from a suspension in the semi-finals if England progresses. It's crucial for them to avoid any unnecessary yellow cards.

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In conclusion, England's quarter-final clash with Colombia promises to be an exciting and challenging match. The Lionesses are determined to improve their performances and secure a spot in the Women's World Cup final. Stay tuned for all the action on Saturday!

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