England vs Belgium: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team news for TONIGHT'S Uefa Nations League match
11th October 2020

ENGLAND face a tough test this evening as they welcome Belgium to Wembley for a Nations League clash.

It's the first that Gareth Southgate's side have met the Red Devils since the 2018 World Cup, where the visitors came out on top in the third-place playoff.

  • Start time: 5pm BST
  • TV/Live stream: Sky Sports Main Event/NOW TV
  • England XI: Pickford, Alexander-Arnold, Walker, Maguire, Dier, Trippier, Henderson, Rice, Mount, Calvert-Lewin, Rashford.
  • Belgium XI: Mignolet, Alderweireld, Denayer, Boyata, Meunier, Castagne, Witsel, Tielemans, de Bruyne, Carrasco, Lukaku.

Follow all the latest updates from Wembley with our live blog below…

  • Giacomo Pisa


    Here's how the visitors line-up tonight.

    Kevin De Bruyne captains Belgium, with Romelu Lukaku leading the line.

    1 Mignolet, 2 Alderweireld, 3 Denayer, 4 Boyata, 15 Meunier, 21 Castagne, 6 Witsel, 8 Tielemans, 7 De Bruyne, 11 Carrasco, 9 Lukaku

  • Giacomo Pisa


    Here's the side that Gareth Southgate has named.

    Three right backs have been named, with questions as to how they will all fit into the side.

    1 Pickford, 2 Alexander-Arnold, 3 Trippier, 4 Walker, 5 Dier, 6 Maguire, 7 Rice, 8 Henderson, 9 Calvert-Lewin, 10 Mount, 11 Rashford

  • Giacomo Pisa


    Welcome to our Nations League live blog of England vs Belgium.

    The Three Lions face a tough assignment against a Belgium side that are ranked number one in the world.

    The Red Devils also top Group A2 in the Nations League with two wins from two, with England lying in second place after stuttering to victory over Iceland and drawing 0-0 with Denmark.

    A youthful England side overcame Wales 3-0 on Thursday, but a far stiffer test is expected tonight for Gareth Southgate’s side.

    The two teams are no strangers to each other, having been in the same group at the 2018 World Cup.

    Belgium won the group game 1-0, and also ran out 2-0 winners when the sides faced off in the third place play-off.

    Gareth Southgate was expected to ring the changes tonight, and go with his strongest eleven, but a training injury to captain Harry Kane could see Dominic Calvert-Lewin starting up front again.

    Everton striker Calvert-Lewin has been in fine form so far this season, and he carried that form into Thursday’s game against Wales, bagging a goal and impressing England fans with his all-round performance.

    Kick off is at 5pm and team news will follow shortly.

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