World News – GB – England vs Belgium kick-off time, TV and live stream details


How to watch England vs Belgium as the two teams meet in the Nations League on Sunday night Both teams are unbeaten in this year’s campaign so far

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Roberto Martinez’s side present a tough test for the Three Lions, coming to England as world number one

Belgium lead Nations League Group A2, winning both of their matches so far – 2-0 in Denmark and 5-1 at home against Iceland, while England sit second place thanks to a 1-0 win in Reykjavik and a scoreless draw in Copenhagen

The two teams last met at the 2018 World Cup in the group stages and play-offs for third place, with the Red Devils winning both

England entered the game unbeaten in five and also without conceding a goal, with a much changed roster beating Wales 3-0 on Thursday

The other two teams in the group – Iceland and Denmark – kick off in the Icelandic capital at 745h

Earlier today, Ireland will meet Wales in Group B4 at 2 p.m., while later Scotland will host Slovakia at 7 a.m.45h and Northern Ireland entertain Austria, also at 7.45h

Instead, fans will need Sky Sports Coverage starts at 4 p.m. on its Main Event channel and 430 p.m. on Sky Sports Football

Other matches presented by Sky include those involving local nations, as well as Croatia v Sweden (kick-off at 5 p.m.) and France against Portugal (7 Kick-off at 45 p.m.)

England will host a promising Belgian side with light favorites Roberto Martinez’s side ahead of Sunday’s game

Gareth Southgate’s side suffered back-to-back World Cup defeats to Belgium in Russia, so an advantage over them in the Nations League will go a long way

Expect Captain Kane to return to the lineup and look to cause a nightmare for the defense – he’s 7/2 and England are Evens to score the first too

Jadon Sancho has proven to be a handful and the young winger has 16/5 to score anytime for the Three Lions, which could be an attractive prospect.However, if Gareth Southgate keeps faith in Jordan Pickford, wait- you have goals on both sides

Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard and Dries Martens are a dynamic forward three that will be a challenge for 90 minutes I will say both teams score and England win, just 4/1

England, UEFA Nations League, Belgium national football team, Gareth Southgate, Jadon Sancho

World news – GB – England kick off against Belgium, TV and live broadcast details


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