England's must-win match against Scotland at Hampden Park in the Women's Nations League on Tuesday will be shown live on BBC One from 19:30 GMT.
Eilidh Barbour will introduce the action from Glasgow in the company of England women's record goalscorer Ellen White, and defender Jen Beattie, who played 143 times for Scotland.
England are the nominated nation to qualify on behalf of Team GB for the Olympics and they need to beat Scotland to stand any chance of going to Paris next July.
They need to win their Nations League group and reach the final - or finish third if Olympic hosts France make the final - in order to secure a place.
England are currently in second place, on nine points, the same as the Netherlands, as they head into the final round of group matches.
But the Netherlands, who play Belgium at the same time on Tuesday, have scored three more goals than England.
As well as Scotland v England being shown live on BBC One, it is also being streamed on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website, where there will be in-play clips and digital highlights.
BBC Sport will also be streaming Northern Ireland v Republic of Ireland (18:00 GMT) and Wales v Germany (18:30 GMT) on Tuesday.