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England vs USA: Kick-off time, TV channel and live stream for World Cup clash

Ryan Smart

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England vs USA: Kick-off time, TV channel and live stream for World Cup clash

England take on United States in the 2022 World Cup on Friday. Here is the key information you need to know ahead of the match, including how to watch the game.

Gareth Southgate's Three Lions won their first game of the tournament, defeating Iran 6-2 on Monday.

Jude Bellingham opened the scoring in the first half, before goals from Bukayo Saka (x2), Raheem Sterling, Marcus Rashford and Jack Grealish.

England, therefore, go into the game against USA with plenty of confidence, despite a fitness scare to Harry Kane after he took a knock to the foot in the Iran game.


On Thursday, Southgate confirmed that his star striker would be ready for Friday's clash: "Harry is fine. He has worked slightly separately from the group, but all good for Friday night.

"He had a scan [on Wednesday] to make sure everything is fine."


USA, meanwhile, recorded a 1-1 draw against Wales on Monday, after taking a first-half lead through Timothy Weah's low strike.


Gareth Bale scored a penalty to secure a point for his nation.

Gregg Berhalter's side will hope to put themselves in a commanding position in Group B with a positive result against England, while Gareth Southgate's side will qualify for the knockout stages with a win.

England vs USA: What is the UK start time?

England vs USA will kick off at 7pm UK time (10pm local) on Friday, November 25, with the action taking place at the Al Bayt Stadium. The venue hosted the opening game of the World Cup between Qatar and Ecuador.


England vs USA: What TV channel will the game be on, and how to watch?

England vs USA will be broadcast live on ITV1 in the United Kingdom, with coverage starting from 6:05pm UK time.

Viewers can also tune in to the action via ITVX (formerly known as the ITV Hub) - although you will need an ITV account to start watching.

Punditry for the game will be provided by Roy Keane, Gary Neville and Ian Wright, while Sam Matterface and Lee Dixon will be on commentary duty.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: England, United States, Football World Cup, Qatar

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