What channel is Iceland vs England on? TV and live stream info for Nations League match

Iceland and England meet in League A, Group 2 of the Nations League. The sides last met during Euro 2016, when Iceland recorded a famous 2-1 win to knock England out in the last 16.

What time does Iceland vs England kick-off?

The Nations League match gets underway at 5pm BST on Saturday, September 5.

What TV channel is Iceland vs England on?

Live coverage of the game will be shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football throughout the UK.

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How to live stream Iceland vs England?

Existing customers can stream the action using the Sky Go app, which is available to download across mobiles, tablets, computers and games consoles.

However, there is also a way for non-subscription holders to watch the game.

Fans can purchase Sky Sports passes through NOW TV, which will provide access to Nations League coverage.

A daily pass costs £9.99, while a monthly pass is available for £33.99.


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What has been said?

Iceland head coach Erik Hamren: “I do not know if it is possible to top the game in 2016.

“It came as a surprise to many in the world. If we do something similar, it will also be unexpected.

“Realistically, England should win if we look at their recent results and their team. However, in football, not everything is realistic.”

England manager Gareth Southgate: “You are always questioning with those young players when is the right time to move them up, we felt now is a good time.

“We are a year away from a European Championship and let’s see if they can start to break into that team, that squad.

“It gives us great competition for places, they are realistic challengers.”

Iceland vs England latest odds

A spokesperson for thepools.com said: “Iceland famously ended England’s Euro 2016 hopes the last time these nations met – and ended Roy Hodgson’s run as England manager.

“But under Gareth Southgate England are a different proposition.

“And with Iceland boss Erik Hamren having to contend with FIVE influential players missing England are just 2/7 with thepools.com to take revenge in Reykjavik.

“Gylfi Sigurdsson, Johann Berg Gudmundsson, Aron Gunnarsson, Alfred Finnbogason and  defensive lynchpin Ragnar Sigurdsson are all missing making Iceland 11/1 to repeat that famous win in Nice, with the draw 9/2 .

“However, Iceland have conceded just four first half goals across their last 18 matches and a draw half-time England full-time is 11/4 .

“A second half goal glut can’t be ruled out and Over 1.5 goals in the second half is 10/11 and Over 2.5 a huge 13/5 .

“As for first scorer, Harry Kane has netted 32 goals in 45 appearances for England – 12 in 10 outings during 2019 – and is 9/4 to open the scoring and 4/6 to score at any time .

“Midfielders like Harry Winks, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Ross Barkley all scored early from midfield in England’s last three outings and this time Mason Mount 17/2 , Phil Foden 7/1 and Declan Rice 20/1 are worth considering.”

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