England vs Belgium: TV channel, kick-off time and head-to-head record | Football


England vs Belgium: TV channel, kick-off time and head-to-head record | Football

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England are back in action again tonight (Picture: Getty)

England play host to Belgium tonight in one of their final games before Euro 2024.

The friendly clash with Domenico Tedesco’s talented squad will be a perfect test of the Three Lions’ tournament preparations, with only three games remaining between now and the start of the tournament on June 14.

Southgate will likely field something close to his strongest line-up at Wembley to give his key stars much-needed time together on the pitch.

However, a number of players pushing for inclusion in the starting line-up, or indeed the final tournament squad itself, will be given a chance to impress the manager and stake their claim for the Euros.

Here is your full guide to England vs Belgium, including the kick-off time, how to watch on TV and live stream and their head-to-head record.

What time does England vs Belgium kick-off tonight?

The game will take place tonight (Tuesday, March 26), with kick-off at 7.45pm.

The Three Lions will be looking to create some pre-Euro 2024 momentum (Picture: Getty)

Two more warm-up fixtures have been scheduled against Bosnia and Herzegovina and Iceland in early June.

How to watch England vs Belgium on TV and live stream

Viewers will be able to watch the game live on Channel 4, with coverage getting underway at 7pm.

The match will also be live streamed on the Channel 4 app.

For fans unable to watch the fixture on TV or live stream, BBC Radio 5 Live and talkSPORT will both have live radio coverage.

England squad

England squad for Belgium game


Sam Johnstone (Crystal Palace); Jordan Pickford (Everton); Aaron Ramsdale (Arsenal)

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Jarrad Branthwaite (Everton); Ben Chilwell (Chelsea); Lewis Dunk (Brighton); Joe Gomez (Liverpool); Ezri Konsa (Aston Villa); Harry Maguire (Manchester United); John Stones (Manchester City); Kyle Walker (Manchester City)


Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid); Conor Gallagher (Chelsea); Jordan Henderson (Ajax); James Maddison (Tottenham); Kobbie Mainoo (Manchester United); Declan Rice (Arsenal)


Jarrod Bowen (West Ham); Phil Foden (Manchester City); Anthony Gordon (Newcastle); Harry Kane (Bayern Munich); Cole Palmer (Chelsea); Marcus Rashford (Manchester United); Bukayo Saka (Arsenal); Ivan Toney (Brentford); Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa)

England vs Belgium head-to-head record

Of the 25 meetings between the two nations, England have won 16 compared to Belgium’s five victories, whilst four have ended in a draw.

The last game between them saw Belgium emerge as 2-0 winners in a UEFA Nations League clash in 2020 courtesy of goals from Youri Tielemans and Dries Mertens.

England are in for a tough task at Wembley (Picture: Getty)

The reverse fixture between the sides saw England come from behind to claim the three points following efforts from Marcus Rashford and Mason Mount.

England and Belgium have met four times in the World Cup, with the final group stage game and the third-place play-off in 2018 both going the way of the Red Devils.

The two other World Cup games saw an England win in the Round of 16 at Italia 90, whilst a 4-4 draw was played out in 1954.

Their only meeting at the European Championships finished 1-1 in 1980.

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