England and Norway will meet in the first quarter-final match of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, in France.

England are suffering with a virus in their camp, with head coach Phil Neville revealing Millie Bright is a major doubt to make the game.

Steph Houghton is also struggling with an ankle injury sustained against Cameroon.

Norway have no fresh injury concerns having reached the quarter-final with a penalty shootout victory over much-fancied Australia.

England’s performances have not been convincing, with their opening 45 minutes of the tournament against Scotland probably their most coherent display in France.

Chance creation is proving difficult, and there are worries about fatigue particularly with the news of a virus spreading through the camp.

Norway will make it difficult, but England should have just about enough to prevail.

Meanwhile, Fifa has opened disciplinary proceedings against Cameroon following their Women’s World Cup last-16 loss to England.

World football’s governing body is investigating Cameroon for team misconduct, offensive behaviour and fair play breaches.

Sunday’s game was marred by Cameroon’s reaction to two video assistant referee decisions, and by poor challenges.

Cameroon coach blamed the referee in his post-match news conference, saying the match was a miscarriage of justice.

The Cameroon players staged an on-field protest after England’s second goal, scored by Ellen White, was awarded by VAR, and seemed unwilling for a time to restart the match.