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++>[Here's Way To Watch] England vs Belgium Live Stream Free TV Channel 26 March 2024


England vs Belgium Live stream: TV channel, lineups, Updates, kick-off time And where to watch. England will take on Belgium in an international friendly fixture at the Wembley Stadium on Tuesday.


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This is a contest between two teams who have topped the group stage in the Euro qualifiers. England and Belgium both topped their respective groups, picking up 20 points from their matches and remaining unbeaten. It will be an interesting 90 minutes to test their mettle ahead of the Euros finals.

England vs Belgium live stream, date, time, channels

The England vs Belgium live stream takes place today (Mar. 26).

Time: 7.45 p.m. GMT / 3.45 p.m. ET / 12.45 p.m. PT / 6.45 a.m. AEDT (Mar. 27)

FREE — Watch on Channel 4 (U.K.)

U.S. — Watch on Vix via Sling

Watch anywhere

After a South American visit on Saturday, the England vs Belgium live stream is an all-European affair at Wembley. Both teams failed to impress at the weekend and will need to fix that as Euro 2024 approaches.

With Harry Kane injured, the Three Lions did not put too much pressure on Brazil last time out. The skipper is out for this game too as are Harry Maguire and Kyle Walker. It all means Gareth Southgate has handed Declan Rice the armband as he earns his 50th cap.

The Red Devils are without their biggest star too. Man City maestro Kevin de Bruyne didn’t even join up with the squad. Domenico Tedesco does though have plenty of talent at his disposal, including Jeremy Doku, Romelu Lukaku and Youri Tielemans.

Last time these sides met, Belgium came away victorious, winning 2-0. England had won the encounter before that 2-1. It tends to be competitive when these sides play each other, so fans should be in for a treat as they prepare for Euro 2024.

Teenage striker Endrick scored the only goal of the game as Brazil beat the Three Lions on Saturday during a break in which England have been beset by injuries.

While there is little point on dwelling on results in friendlies, it was a frustrating night for Southgate’s side.

There were certainly positive moments, a lack of defensive cover is a major concern and Southgate is without a number of key players for his final game before naming his squad for this summer’s tournament in Germany.

Kyle Walker and Harry Maguire will not be available after pulling out of the England squad injured on Sunday night. Captain Harry Kane will play no part again having returned to Germany to nurse an ankle problem, while Bukayo Saka has already pulled out of the squad.

Brentford’s Ivan Toney is expected to start up front, with Declan Rice named captain and Manchester United sensation Kobbie Mainoo also potentially set for his first start, with Jordan Henderson ruled out.

Chelsea’s Cole Palmer is back in training and James Trafford and Rico Lewis were both promoted from the Under-21 squad at the weekend.

Belgium, meanwhile, could start Romelu Lukaku after a recent groin injury. Kevin De Bruyne is missing, though Jeremy Doku and Amadou Onana could both feature from the off.

England and Belgium will play one another at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday afternoon in an international friendly, but the former will be shorthanded after dealing with a slew of injuries, with 15 regulars being unavailable.

Both teams could use a win, with Belgium ending its last game in a scoreless draw against Ireland, and England falling, 1-0, to Brazil.

The 23-year-old Real Madrid player had to recompose himself a couple of times after crying during Brazil’s pre-match news conference at Madrid’s training camp.

Kyle Walker was forced off the pitch due to a suspected hamstring issue during the last match and, as a result, has exited the squad along with Harry Maguire and Sam Johnstone, who have both picked up injuries as well.

The manager of the Three Lions has confirmed that team captain Harry Kane will not participate in the upcoming match against Belgium due to an ankle injury.

Belgium had to manage without their top scorer, Lukaku, in their recent draw against Ireland because of a groin injury. However, he is expected to be ready for the clash with the Three Lions. Unlike Lukaku, Kevin De Bruyne is expected to miss the game due to an injury.

Gareth Southgate and Domenico Tedesco, the latter replete with a new contract through to 2026, will get one last chance to take a look at their players in national team colors before Euro 2024 on Tuesday as England host Belgium at Wembley. Both sides head to north London after disappointing results in last week's first friendly games. Brazil beat the Three Lions thanks to Endrick's second half goal while the Belgians were held goalless by the Republic of Ireland.

Drawing in Dublin took Tedesco's unbeaten start at the helm to 11 games, but there will be cause for concern in how their strong attack -- albeit without the likes of Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku -- turned 65 percent possession into just nine shots, two fewer than their hosts. Indeed, had it not been for a penalty save by Matz Sels off Evan Ferguson, this friendly could well have ended in defeat for Belgium.

Gareth Southgate's side lost out to Brazil over the weekend and the Three Lions will be looking for a reaction against a Belgium team which drew 0-0 in Dublin. England's plans have been disrupted by more injury concerns and Southgate could name an experimental line up as he chases a victory in London.

Southgate has been hit by more injury departures in recent days with Harry Kane heading back to Germany and Kyle Walker and Harry Maguire both ruled out. That could give some of his fringe players a chance to impress with Ivan Toney and Marcus Rashford both tipped as possible starters.

The hosts underwhelmed in Saturday's warm-up match against Brazil, and boss Gareth Southgate will once again be without a number of key players for this match, including Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka, with defenders Harry Maguire and Kyle Maguire also now unavailable through injury.

Belgium meanwhile struggled to a 0-0 draw with Ireland in Dublin at the weekend, and new boss Domenico Tedesco is also without a number of star names, such as Kevin De Bruyne and Thibaut Courtois.

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