DRESDEN (AFP) - England take on New Zealand on Friday (today) with the Three Lions eager for the three points to get their women's World Cup campaign back on track in Group B after a disappointing start against Mexico. England were held to a 1-1 draw by the Mexicans on Monday in Wolfsburg, the same day New Zealand lost 2-1 to Japan in Bochum, and English goalscorer Fara Williams says her side must beat the Football Ferns. With Japan leading the group, there is still all to play for in the fight for a quarter-final berth and New Zealand coach John Herdman has said his side remains buoyant, despite losing to the Japanese. "We have already had a 0-0 draw with England and feel their style of play suits us better. The Japanese were real quality and to get done by a world-class goal in the 60th minute is nothing to be ashamed of. Our strength is in what we showed in coming back from an early goal against a team like them." Herdman says that in losing to Japan his side have already got their 'toughest game over' with and his team are ready to have 'a good crack' at England.