England have enjoyed a stellar Women’s World Cup to date with wins coming against Scotland, Argentina and Japan in the group stage.
Phil Neville will be determined to lead them to glory in France this summer as the Lionesses seek to build on the third-place finish they secured four years ago.
England are favourites on paper, especially given Cameroon only just scraped through to the first knockout round of this summer’s tournament.
England hero Faye White, though, says Neville’s Lionesses must not underestimate the threat Cameroon carry in today’s game.
“[Ajara Nchout is] the danger player obviously after showing it in the last game but they won’t underestimate everyone else,” the 41-year-old former Arsenal skipper said.
“There’s no easy games nowadays and the fact that their tale’s will be up, they weren’t expecting to get into the second round Cameroon, they’re just going to be there, willing and ready to give everything a go.
“I’m sure they will have singled out her and like you said try to make sure they get tight to her, whether it’s Jade Moore or Keira Walsh they will need to be there marshalling.”
England go into today’s clash knowing Norway await in the Women’s World Cup quarter-finals following their penalties win over Australia on Saturday night.