England vs Iceland LIVE: Stream, TV channel, team news for crucial Nations League clash – latest updates

ENGLAND take on Iceland tonight in their final UEFA Nations League clash with, unfortunately, nothing on the line for the home side.

Manager Gareth Southgate is likely to field a a different side to the one that lost 2-0 to Belgium at the weekend, perhaps giving some of the younger players a runout.

  • Start time: 7.45pm GMT
  • TV/Live stream: Sky Sports Football
  • England XI: Pickford, Walker, Trippier, Dier, Maguire, Mount, Rice, Foden, Saka, Grealish, Kane
  • Iceland XI: Kristinsson, Saevarsson, Ingasson, Arnason, Hermannsson, Sigurjonsson, Bjarnason, Skulason, Palsson, Gudmundsson, Boedvarsson

Follow ALL the action with our live blog below…

When is England vs Iceland?

  • This clash will be held at Wembley on Wednesday, November 18.
  • Kick-off is at 7.45pm GMT.
  • Iceland had to be given special clearance by the government to enter the country after playing Denmark just three days prior to this fixture.

What TV channel is England vs Iceland on and can I live stream it?

  • You can watch the action unfold live on Sky Sports Main Event and Ultra HD.
  • If you don't have Sky, you can still watch on your mobile, tablet or PC by grabbing a NOW TV pass for £9.99.

What is the team news?

With the chance of qualification gone, Gareth Southgate will likely rotate heavily for this dead-rubber game.

Jordan Henderson limped off against Belgium and will play no part, while it's likely that Harry Kane will be rested.

Phil Foden, Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Harry Winks are all likely to feature, with Jack Grealish earning rave reviews despite defeat against the Red Devils.

Ragnar Sigurdsson, Alfred Finnbogason, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Johann Berg Gudmundsson are all missing for the visitors.

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    2020 FORESIGHT

    This may be England's last scheduled fixture of a difficult 2020, but they can take heart from the manner in which they have signed off for the winter in recent years.

    The Three Lions are unbeaten in the final game of the last six calendar years (W4, D2) since a 1-0 defeat at home to Germany in November 2013.

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    As the second campaign of the Nations League draws to an end, Iceland remain the only side of the 55 countries involved to have lost 100% of their games in the competition.

    Erik Hamren's men have been beaten in all nine of their Nations League matches, conceding 26 goals in the process.

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    1 Halldorsson, 13 Runarsson, 3 Eyjolfsson, 6 Sampsted, 7 Johannesson, 9 Sigthorsson, 10 Thorsteinsson, 11 Baldursson, 18 Gudjohnsen, 21 Sigurdsson.

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    12 Kristinsson, 2 Saevarsson, 5 Ingason, 14 Arnason, 15 Hermannsson, 16 Sigurjonsson, 8 Bjarnason, 4 Palsson, 23 Skulason, 20 Gudmundsson, 22 Bodvarsson.

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    13 Pope, 22 Henderson, 6 Keane, 11 Sancho, 12 Mings, 14 Winks, 15 Chilwell, 17 Maitland-Niles, 18 Calvert-Lewin, 21 Abraham, 23 Bellingham.

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    Gareth Southgate makes three changes to the side beaten in Belgium on Sunday. Harry Maguire is back from suspension and replaces Tyrone Mings in the back three while Phil Foden and Bukayo Saka come in for Jordan Henderson and Ben Chilwell. The selection suggests a 3-5-2 formation with Jack Grealish playing off captain Harry Kane.

    1 Pickford, 2 Walker, 5 Maguire, 4 Dier, 3 Trippier, 7 Mount, 8 Rice, 19 Foden, 20 Saka, 9 Kane, 16 Grealish.


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    Good evening, and thanks for joining us for our live coverage of the Nations League encounter between England and Iceland.

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