England vs Nigeria – Live Stream Friendly Match
England Matches Live Stream (FIFA World Cup 2018)
England will be starting their 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign against Tunisia in Group G game on Monday, 18th June 2018 followed by two more group games against Panama and Belgium on 24th June and 28th June respectively. This will be the dedicated page for all England matches during the world cup as we will be placing live streaming links right here on this page 1 hour before the start of every England game. They also play two international friendlies before the world cup against Nigeria and Costa Rica before the head to Russia for the tournament proper.
Upcoming England Matches: Gareth Southgate team play two international friendlies before the head to Russia for the 2018 World Cup campaign. England host Nigeria in the friendly game on Saturday, 02 June 2018 followed by another friendly against Costa Rica on Thursday, 07 June 2018 at Elland Road Stadium in Leeds.
England vs Nigeria – International Friendly
Date: Saturday, 02 June 2018 – Time: 17:15 uk time
Venue: Wembley, London
Channel: BBC (UK), Fox (US)
England vs Costa Rica – International Friendly
Date: Thursday, 07 June 2018 – Time: 20:00 uk time
Venue: Elland Road Stadium, Leeds
Channel: ITV (UK), Fox (US)
England start their 2018 World Cup campaign against Tunisia on Monday, 18th June. Below is the entire schedule of upcoming England matches.
England vs Tunisia – Group G World Cup
Date: Monday, 18th June 2018 – Time: 19:00 uk time
Venue: Volgograd Arena
TV Channels: BBC (UK), Fox (US)
England vs Panama – Group G World Cup
Date: Sunday, 24 June 2018 – Time: 13:00 uk time
Venue: Nizhny Novgorod
TV Channels: BBC (UK), Fox (US)
England vs Belgium – Group G World Cup
Date: Thursday, 28 June 2018 – Time: 19:00 uk time
TV Channels: ITV (UK), Fox (US)
England World Cup matches will be showing live on BBC and ITV. BBC has the right to show England matches against Tunisia and Panama while ITV will broadcast England’s highly anticipated match against Belgium on 28th June. If England qualify for first knockout stage, that match will be shown live on BBC followed by England potential quarterfinal on ITV.
England 23-Man Squad For World Cup 2018.
England has announced their final 23-man squad for 2018 FIFA World Cup and there have been quite a few surprise with Jack Wilshere, Chris Smalling and Adam Lallana missing out while Loftus-Cheek, Gary Cahill, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Fabien Delph making it in the final squad
|1||Jack Butland||Stoke City||GK|
|7||Phil Jones||Manchester United||Defender|
|8||John Stones||Manchester City||Defender|
|9||Ashley Young||Manchester United||Defender|
|12||Harry Maguire||Leicester City||Defender|
|16||Fabien Delph||Manchester City||Midfielder|
|18||Rahim Sterling||Manchester City||Midfielder|
|19||Jese Lingard||Manchester United||Midfielder|
|21||Jamie Vardy||Leicester City||Forward|
|22||Marcus Rashford||Manchester United||Forward|
England Coach: Gareth Southgate
Relatively new to national team coaching, Southgate took charge of England team after Sam Allerdyce was sacked due to off the field controversies. Under Southgate, England managed to qualify for the World Cup with relative ease but him being so inexperience at international level not much is expected of this England squad which will be traveling to Russia. Southgate is likely to stick with traditional system England have played over the years with 4-4-1-1 with Harry Kane up top with and a no.10 linking the midfield with attack.
Possible Starting Lineup:
After incredible couple of season’s Harry Kane has cemented his place in the team as first choice striker and he will lead the forward line for England in World Cup 2018. Delle Alli is expected to start in no.10 role with Raheem Sterling and Rashford playing on the wings.
Henderson and Eric Dier are expected to start in midfield while Kyle Walker and Danny Ross should start in full back roles. John Stone (if fit) will start in central defense alongside either Garry Cahill or Phil Jones. Jack Butland is likely to start ahead of experience Joe Hart in goal.
Key Player: Harry Kane
Hard to look past Harry Kane who has been in absolute astonishing form over the last couple of years. He has been scoring goals for fun and now regarded as one of the best center forwards in the world. However, he is part of a very fluid Spurs team and usually get number of chances every game. It will be interesting to see if he can carry his club form with England national side.
Youngsters to watch out for: Rashford, Harry Winks and Dele Alli
Delle Ali is a stand out name who can lite up the world cup if he hits any kind of form. Harry Winks is another Spurs player who has been playing regularly with the Spurs team and if given a chance he is capable of being a regular with national team. Marcus Rashford is already an establish Manchester United player and he will be the key to England’s chances in the world with his pace and trickery. Rashford complements Harry Kane’s style of play and if these two click, England might have a good chance of getting far in the world cup.
How To Watch England Matches Live Online Free: If you are at work or holidaying on some foreign soil and don’t have access to live coverage (highly unlikely wherever you are), you can always tune into BBC iPlayer or ITV player online via their official websites or mobile apps to get live action. However if you are abroad you will need to buy an VPN (cost around $5 a month) which will give you an UK IP and you can seemlessly watch BBC or ITV live online from anywhere in the world.
In case you don’t want to go through all the hassel you can just visit totalsportek on the day of the game like 1 hour before the kickoff and you will find plenty of live streaming links right here on this page. If you have visited this site before you will know the drill.