England vs Iceland: How to watch Nations League tie – TV channel, live stream, team news

England were knocked out of the Nations League last weekend, after losing 2-0 to Belgium. But Gareth Southgate’s team have a great chance to finish their campaign on a high, as they take on Iceland at Wembley.

England vs Iceland team news

England have a whole host of injuries, and will be without some of the most important players against Iceland.

Both Jordan Henderson and Raheem Sterling will definitely be absent on Wednesday night.

Henderson was substituted at half time against Belgium, after feeling a tightness in his leg.

Sterling, meanwhile, missed last weekend’s tie completely after picking up a calf injury.

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Reece James is still suspended for the tie, while Ben Chilwell is also a doubt for the clash.

Iceland also have a number of injury problems to contend with, as they make the trip south to the UK.

Ragnar Sigurdsson, Aron Gunnarsson, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Johann Berg Gudmundsson, Arnor Traustason, Alfred Finnbogason, and Vidar Kjartansson have all pulled out of the squad through injury.

Hordur Magnusson is suspended for the tie, and won’t be featuring for Iceland.

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England squad: Pickford, D. Henderson, Pope, Walker, Trippier, Maguire, Keane, Dier, Mings, Chilwell, Saka, Maitland-Niles, Rice, Winks, Bellingham, Foden, Grealish, Mount, Sancho, Kane, Calvert-Lewin, Abraham

Iceland squad: Gunnarsson, Olafsson, Valdimarsson, Sampsted, Borsteinsson, Hauksson, Leifsson, Willumsson, Gunnarsson, Finnsson, Gudjohnsen, A. Willumsson, Jonsson, Olafsson, Ingimundarson, Bordarson, Helgason, Bjarksason, Johannesson, Baldursson, Borkelsson, Fridriksson, Valgeirsson

What time does England vs Iceland start?

Kick-off is set to take place at 7.45pm at Wembley, on Wednesday November 18.

What TV channel is England vs Iceland?

The match will be televised on Sky Sports Main Event, with pre-match coverage starting at 7pm.

How to live stream England vs Iceland

You can watch the match in full and live via the Sky Go app on your computer, mobile or tablet, if you have a Sky Sports subscription.

What has been said?

England boss Southgate paid tribute to his team last weekend, despite the 2-0 defeat to Belgium.

“We don’t like losing, but enormous credit to the team, all the way through they created problems and defended resiliently,” he said.

“I thought we were excellent. I couldn’t have enough praise for the players.

“If you play at the level we did tonight, I think we will win more games than we lose.”

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