The teams participating in the FIFA Women's World Cup next Summer will learn their fate today as the draw takes place at 5pm in Paris.
The 24 teams were split into four pots on Friday, with the latest Federation Internationale de Football Association world rankings determining their seedings.
England defeated Germany in the play-off game to secure third place at the last Women's World Cup in Canada in 2015 and will be looking to improve on that best-ever finish at next year's tournament in France.
Following the clash of the home nations sides in Nice, England play Argentina in Le Havre on Friday June 14, while Scotland face Japan in Rennes on the same day. Ireland failed to qualify for the tournament. Unless a non-European team is drawn that represents the same confederation as one already in a group - it's one team per confederation per group.
Europe is the exception (isn't it always?), as it has nine teams in the tournament, but there can be no more than two European teams in one group.
The United States will be favourites to lift a record fourth Women's World Cup following the draw for next year's tournament on Saturday, while hosts France play the opening match against South Korea in Paris on June 7.
Alex Scott, who appeared for the Lionesses at three World Cups, conducted the draw alongside former France global Louis Saha.