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England Vs Spain Live Stream: How To Watch, TV Channel, Team News And Kick Off Time

Chris Stonadge

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England Vs Spain Live Stream: How To Watch, TV Channel, Team News And Kick Off Time

England Women continue their excellent EURO 2022 campaign tonight as they take on Spain at the AMEX Stadium.

The Lionesses lived up to their favourites tag as they coasted through the group stages, beating Austria, Norway and Northern Ireland.

Sarina Wiegman’s side scored 14 unanswered goals in the groups, and will be looking to continue their form into the quarter-finals against the Spaniards.

They finished second in Group B, defeating Finland and Denmark either side of a loss to group winners Germany.

Spain were among the pre-tournament favourites and have lost just one of their last 26 outings (that defeat to Germany). While they have struggled for the end product, manager Jorge Vilda is confident the dam will burst at some point – whether they can resist the free-scoring Lionesses at the other end is another matter.

He said: "We have 23 warriors who will put their heart into every ball, every challenge, every attack or defence, every dead ball, every moment of the match.

“There are 11 players who are going to give everything, who'll play with their heart and soul. People will see a match they'll remember for the rest of their lives."

"If I imagine Spain playing a quarter-final against England, in a home EURO they had organised, a Spain team playing in a big Spanish stadium, I imagine this would weigh on us. I think this could take away more than it gives."

How To Watch England v Spain: Live Stream And TV Channel

The game will be televised on BBC One, while it can also be streamed via BBC iPlayer and the BBC iPlayer app, as well as the BBC Sport website.

What Time Does England v Spain Kick-Off?

The two sides will kick-off at 8pm BST, with live coverage beginning at 7:30pm on TV.

England Team News

One boost for England comes off-field, as manager Sarina Wiegman returns to the dugout after missing the Northern Ireland fixture through COVID-19. 

The Lionesses will be without Hannah Hampton though, who has tested positive for Covid-19 - although the Aston Villa goalkeeper was unlikely to feature, with Mary Earps the Lionesses' current number one.

"Ideally you'd have everybody available.” defender Leah Williamson told the press.

“But we're lucky that we're such a well-prepared team. Despite the frustration it doesn't derail us at all."

"Sarina has stayed really well connected with us [while away from the players due to Covid] – her influence on the game has been as usual as possible."

Spain Team News

No Spanish players are suspended for Wednesday's clash, but Leila Ouahabi and Irene Paredes both picked up a booking during the group stages so are one booking away from suspension. Vilda’s side also have no injury worries

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: England, Spain

Chris Stonadge
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