England play South Africa in their last World Cup group game on Thursday night, with coach Tracey Neville insisting the identity of their semi-final opponents is “irrelevant”.
If England win, they are set to face Australia after their narrow win over New Zealand earlier in the day.
South Africa, who are also in the last four, beat England in the last meeting between the sides this year.
Neville said: “It is irrelevant what happens in the other group. If you want to stand on the top of the podium, you have to beat everyone. We have to keep the momentum.”
England — led by skipper Serena Guthrie — beat Trinidad and Tobago 72-46 on Wednesday night.
South Africa vs England gets underway at 8pm tonight.
Live streams and TV information
The match at the 11,000-capacity M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool is available to watch live on Sky Sports Netball and Sky Sports Mix.
Viewers can watch tonight's match and the rest of the competition for FREE on Sky Sports Youtube.
Live coverage is also available on the BBC Sport website.
South Africa vs England tickets
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Betting tips via Betfair | UK users only | Subject to change
- South Africa to win: 7/4
- England to win: 2/5