|Wales v England - Fifa Women's World Cup Qualifier|
|Venue: Cardiff City Stadium Date: 21 August, 19:05 BST|
|Coverage: Live on BBC Three|
Wales striker Natasha Harding believes her side can topple Group 6 leaders England in Cardiff on Thursday.
England only need to draw the match, or get a point against bottom side Montenegro in September, to qualify for Canada 2015.
With two games left Wales remain second, five points behind England who beat them 2-0 in their October 2013 qualifier.
"I think we are quietly confident," said Harding.
"Last year when we played them away I think we got a bit caught up in the fact that it was the battle of Britain.
"I think this time we've put ourselves in a good position to be able to battle with them just on the football pitch and just take it as any other game."
Jarmo Matikainen's side have not lost a Group 6 match since that defeat against England at the Den, winning five and drawing one.
Even if Wales fail to overtake Mark Sampson's England, they could still have a chance of becoming the first Welsh football side to reach a World Cup finals since 1958.
Four runners-ups from the seven groups will go into two rounds of play-off matches for the remaining World Cup spot.
Wales are three points ahead of third-placed Ukraine, who they face in their final group game.
Bristol Academy forward Harding believes that makes the England game even more important.
"I think we've got a good group of players," said Harding.
"If we can get a point or even better three points then that puts us in a good position."