England face Argentina on Friday night at Stade Oceane in Le Havre.
The Lionesses will reach the knockout stage if they win the Group D clash.
England come into the showdown on the back of their 2-1 victory against Scotland on Sunday.
And Lionesses boss Neville insists his side will handle the pressure against Argentina on Friday.
“There’s a great history between the countries,” the former Manchester United defender said.
“You think back to 1986, Michael Owen’s goal, and in 1998 with David Beckham and when they knocked us out.
“There is an outstanding history and another big rivalry.
“When we looked at this group you saw the rivalry with Scotland, and with Argentina what you’ve got in this case is a football history.
“Like the Scotland game, we have to handle the occasion and the emotion.”
England will be without Toni Duggan once again, who will sit out with a thigh problem.
The Barcelona star missed their opening clash with Scotland last weekend, however, it remains unclear when she will return.
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