Phil Neville's side captured the nation during their campaign last summer before falling to a narrow 2-1 defeat against the world champions.
The Lionesses have, however, endured a severe drop-off in form since the tournament, winning just two of their last seven matches.
The US, despite a change of coach, remain a relentless force and have won all but three off their last 28 matches and are unbeaten since January 2019.
Here is everything you need to know:
What time is kick-off?
The match will begin at 11.45pm on Thursday 5 March.
How can I watch it?
The match will be broadcast live on BBC Two, with coverage beginning at 11.40pm.
What is the team news?
US talisman Alex Morgan is the biggest absence, with the striker currently pregnant with her first child. Casey Short, Andi Sullivan and Lynn Williams are the new faces in the squad since the country's World Cup win.
England will be without Lucy Bronze and Beth Mead, who are both injured for the entirety of the tournament. They have been replaced by Chloe Kelly and Alessia Russo respectively, while Grace Fisk has received a first call-up.
USA: Naeher, Sonnett, Dahlkemper, Ertz, Dunn, Mewis, Horan, McDonald, Lloyd, Heath, Press
England: Roebuck, Greenwood, McManus, Williamson, Daly, Stanway, Walsh, Nobbs, Parris, England, Hemp
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