What to watch in Wednesday's SheBelieves Cup doubleheadear at Talen Energy Stadium in Chester, and how to watch it:

Schedule: England vs. France, 4 p.m. (FoxSportsGo.com); USA vs. Germany, 7 p.m. (Fox Sports 1).

FIFA rankings: No. 1 USA; No. 2 Germany; No. 3 France; No. 5 England.

Defending champion: USA.

Remaining schedule:

March 4 at Red Bull Arena, Harrison, N.J.

France vs. Germany, 2:15 p.m., FoxSportsGo.com
England vs. USA, 5 p.m. FOX29

March 7 at RFK Stadium, Washington

Germany vs. England, 4 p.m., FoxSportsGo.com
USA vs. France, 7 p.m., Fox Sports 1

Tournament format: The winner will be based on total points of the three games. Teams earn three points for a win, one for a draw.

Tiebreakers: 1. Overall goal differential; 2. Goals scored; 3. Head-to-head results; 4. FIFA ranking.

About the USA-Germany game: The USA is the defending World Cup champ, while Germany was the Olympic champion. In last year's SheBelieves Cup, the USA went 3-0. That included a 2-1 win over Germany on goals by Alex Morgan and Samantha Mewis, who are on this year's roster.

Local attractions: It's always a big deal when Delran and Rutgers product Carli Lloyd comes home. Lloyd, who recently signed with the English club Manchester City, is a two-time FIFA player of the year. . . . USA defender Julie Johnston spends her offseason in Philadelphia with her fiance', Eagles tight end Zach Ertz.

Other notes: Germany's Melanie Behringer, the leading goal scorer in the 2016 Olympics with five, has retired from international competition. . . . Anja Mittag, who scored Germany's goal in last year's loss to the USA, is among the key players on the roster. . . . Mittag has scored 49 goals in 149 appearances for Germany. . . . The USA is returning to the area for the first time since beating Colombia, 3-0, in a friendly on April 10, 2016 at Talen Energy Stadium. . . . Steffi Jones, who was on Germany's winning 2003 World Cup team, is now the coach of the national team. . . . USA coach Jill Ellis, who guided the team to the 2015 World Cup, had a 58-3-13 record through the end of 2016.