The European champions and World Cup runners-up defeated Scotland in Sunderland to open their Nations League campaign but then suffered just their third defeat under Sarina Wiegman in a 2-1 loss at the Netherlands.
The result puts England in third place in Group A1 ahead of the double-header against Belgium, who lead the standings on four points following their win against Scotland and draw against the Netherlands.
The Lionesses must win their group to advance to the Nations League Finals, and must then get through the semi-finals to book Team GB’s qualification spot for next summer’s Olympic Games in Paris. Here’s everything you need to know.
When is England vs Belgium?
The match will kick off at 7:45pm BST on Friday 27 October at the King Power Stadium in Leicester.
How can I watch it?
It will be shown live on ITV 4 and online on ITV X, with coverage starting from 7pm.
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What is the England team news?
Sarina Wiegman has made three changes to the Lionesses team that were beaten last month by the Netherlands.
Kiera Walsh returns while there are also starts for Chloe Kelly and Niamh Charles.
Katie Zelem, Jess Carter, Rachel Daly were all dropped to the bench, while Lauren James is unavailable and Lucy Parker has an ankle problem.
England XI: Earps, Bronze, Bright, Greenwood, Charles, Walsh, Stanway, Toone, Hemp, Russo, Kelly.
Subs: Morgan, Hampton, Kirby, Carter, Zelem, Wubben-Moy, Clinton, Daly, Le Tissier, Roebuck, Park, Keating.
England 3-0 Belgium