The England national team is back in action after a long lay-off. The Three Lions will take on Iceland in the UEFA Nations League on Saturday night. Our guide tells you how to watch Iceland vs England live on any device, wherever you are.
Iceland vs England vs Fulham kick-off time
The Iceland vs England Nations League tie will be played be played in Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík, in Iceland and will kick off at 5:00 BST.
How to watch Iceland vs England
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Iceland vs England match preview
England should have been looking forward to the European Championships this summer, but what happened happened and the national team haven’t played since completing qualifying in November 2019.
Now it’s onto the Nations League, UEFA’s effort to make International friendlies less redundant by adding a competitive edge. England are in Group A2, alongside Denmark, Belgium and tonight’s opponents Iceland.
The last time these two sides met, infamously, came in the last European Championships in 2016, when Iceland came from a goal down to knock England out of the tournament and bring a merciful end to Roy Hodgson’s miserable reign as manager.
We wouldn’t expect Gareth Southgate’s team to make the same mistake, as the England boss looks to bring in some promising youngsters for the coming campaign. The likes of Mason Greenwood, Jack Grealish, Dean Henderson, Phil Foden and Conor Coady are all expected to feature this weekend.
If Southgate could get these lads some experience over the coming season, the delayed Euro 2020 tournament might actually work in England’s favour.
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