Jack Grealish and Jadon Sancho were two of England’s standout performers against Ireland, but will they start in Belgium? (Image: Pool via REUTERS)
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England will be looking to put the disappointment of their last Nations League performance behind them when they go to Belgium on Sunday.
Gareth Southgate’s men were beaten 1-0 by Denmark at Wembley last month, a result that leaves group A2 finely balanced after four games.
Belgium are top with nine points, followed by the Danes and Three Lions, both on seven points but with the Scandinavian country ahead on goal difference. Iceland are bottom with four defeats from four.
After comfortably beating Ireland 3-0 on Thursday, England now face a trip to the world’s number one nation, though they can also be buoyed by the knowledge they won 2-1 when the sides met at Wembley in October.
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Belgium and England kick off in their Nations League game at 7.45pm on Sunday at the Den Dreef stadium in the town of Leuven.
At the same time, Denmark and Iceland’s match in Copenhagen will also get underway.
Elsewhere in Europe, Northern Ireland play Austria at 7.45pm in Group B1.
Earlier in the day, Scotland’s clash with Slovakia gets underway at 2pm, while Wales host Ireland at 5pm.
Belgium vs England TV channel and live stream
Mason Mount's deflected strike proved to be the winner last month
(Image: Pool via REUTERS)
After ITV showed Thursday’s friendly against Ireland, it’s back to Sky Sports for England fans on Sunday night.
Coverage begins on Sky Sports Premier League at 7pm, with both that and Sky Sports Main Event showing the match from 7.45pm.
Those who don’t have a Sky Sports subscription can buy a NOW TV, then stream it on their phone or TV, while those who do can also stream it on their Sky Go app.
Highlights will be on ITV1 from 10.55pm.