The Lionesses are looking to finish third for the second successive World Cup campaign
England and Sweden go head-to-head in the Women’s World Cup today and the third place play-off clash will be live on talkSPORT.
Phil Neville’s Lionesses pushed the USA all the way in their semi-final but came up short, losing 2-1 after Steph Houghton missed a late penalty.
Sweden, meanwhile, were beaten 1-0 by the Netherlands in extra-time to also miss out on the final.
Now, the two will face off for third place before heading off on their holidays.
England beat Germany in the play-off in 2015 to secure third with Fara Williams scoring an extra-time winner.
Can Houghton and co end their tournament on a high? You can find out live on talkSPORT.
England vs Sweden: Date and kick-off time
This clash will take place on Saturday, July 6 and will kick off at 4pm UK time.
It is being held at the Allianz Riviera in Nice – the ground where England won twice during the group stage and Sweden smashed Thailand.
England vs Sweden: Live on talkSPORT
talkSPORT has exclusive rights to the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup and will be broadcasting all the action from Nice live.
Our coverage of the tie will begin at 3pm and to tune in, just click here for the live stream or click the radio below.
Natalie Sawyer will host talkSPORT’s live coverage, while Sam Matterface, Claire Rafferty and Fara Williams will bring you live commentary.
We’ll also have the final between USA and the Netherlands live on talkSPORT tomorrow.
England vs Sweden: What has been said?
Ellen White says England have been hurting after their World Cup semi-final defeat but will be ‘putting everything we can’ into beating Sweden.
The England forward said: “Obviously initially and yesterday it was still the same feeling of being really devastated and gutted to have not reached that final. I think we’ve taken a good few days to really feel that emotion.
“But I think we’ve come together now and we’ve said we’ll be putting everything we can (into) and sticking together for this bronze medal match, and that’s our priority now, to focus on that game against Sweden and hopefully get that result that we want.
“We want to go away from this tournament now feeling really proud and having something to really hold on to.”
England vs Sweden: Confirmed teams
England: Telford, Bronze, Houghton, McManus, Greenwood,
Kirby, Scott, Moore, Parris, White, Mead.
Subs: Bardsley, Walsh, Taylor, Duggan, Stokes, Williamson, Daly, Stanway, Carney, Staniforth, Earps.
Sweden: Lindahl, Glas, Fischer, Sembrant, Eriksson, Bjorn, Asllani, Seger, Jakobsson, Blackstenius, Rolfo.
Subs: Faik, Andersson, Janogy, Hurtig, Ilestedt, Roddar, Zigiotti Olme, Anvegard, Larsson, Schough, Rubensson, Musovic.