Phil Neville admits Steph Houghton and Millie Bright are both major doubts for Englands clash against Norway on Thursday.
The Three Lions take on Norway in Le Harve for a place in the semi-finals, in what is a repeat of the last-16 tie from the 2015 World Cup.
Houghton has started each of Englands four matches so far in France but she was injured in the dying stages of the sides 3-0 win against Cameroon on Sunday.
Neville admits the defender is tough-and-go to be fit for Thursday and says Bright could miss out as shes suffering from a virus that has infected the England camp.
Steph is because of the tackle and Millie has a virus, so she is more of a doubt. Its sickness, said Neville.
We will give them right into the last minute to be fit.
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With both of his first choice centre-backs potentially missing, Neville will have to shake up his back four with Leah Williamson and Abbie McManus in line to come in.
Nevilles rotated at various points since his appointment and he says his decision to do so previously was for moments such as this.
You guys have had an obsession with my rotation for the last 18 months… but its for moments like this, said Neville.
We can bring in two people who know the system and the have utter belief and confidence in each other. Its a seamless transition.
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