England welcomes the number 1 team in the world to Wembley on Sunday as Belgium arrives to face the Nations League live on TV.
The Three Lions struggled at its opening Nations League matches This season, with a slight win over Iceland and a boring draw with Denmark last month.
Gareth Southgate is determined to maintain his form ahead of next summer’s European Championships, and he could turn things around here.
Players like Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane should start here, but there are a few other players who are guaranteed a match against the Belgians.
As for Roberto Martinez’s visiting side, Eden Hazard, Romelu Lukaku, Christian Benteke and Toby Alderworld are just some of the familiar names to English fans.
RadioTimes.com has gathered everything you need to know about how to watch the England vs Belgium match on TV and online.
When is the England-Belgium match on TV?
The match day will be held between England and Belgium Sunday 11 September 2020.
Verify Nations League matches And the Live football on TV Guides for the latest times and information.
What is the starting time?
The England match against Belgium will kick off in 5pm.
There are several Nations League matches taking place this weekend including the Republic of Ireland match against Wales at 2pm on Saturday.
What TV Channel is England showing against Belgium?
You can watch the match live Sky Sports The main event from 4pm and football from 4:30 pm.
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How to broadcast live England and Belgium match over the Internet
NOW TV can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones, and consoles. NOW TV is also available via BT Sport.
Existing Sky Sports customers can stream the game via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices.
How to watch the UEFA Nations League in the USA
ESPN + It will show the matches of the Nations League live in the US, which means fans across the pool can watch all the major matches.
The final knockout rounds and the final match will also be shown live ESPN +.
England team news against Belgium
We expected: England vs. Belgium
England needs three points against Belgium to maintain any chance of top of their group in the Nations League, so don’t expect Southgate to make many surprising picks here.
The three attacking players Kane, Stirling and Jadon Sancho can terrify this Belgian defense, but the key to this match lies in the midfield, where Calvin Phillips can be tasked with tackling Hazzard and De Bruyne’s tracks.
Both teams should score here, and Belgium, with their impressive attacking options, will surely score more than once at Wembley.
We expected: England 2-2 Belgium
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