Euro 2020 is now well underway, and after winning the first match against Croatia 1-0, England are off to a promising start.
The Three Lions may be able to qualify for the last 16 tonight – a win is certain to get them there. However, even if they do guarantee a place in the next round, Gareth Southgate’s side will want to secure top spot in the final group game.
But when do England’s remaining group games take place, and how can you tune in? We’ve got everything you need to know.
When is the next England game?
Get your snacks and drinks at the ready, as England is playing tonight, 18 June 2021 with kick-off at 8pm BST.
The game will be England Vs Scotland – a big rivals match. Scotland lost their first match by two goals to the Czech Republic – with one unbelievable shot from Patrik Schick that was taken about 50 yards away from the goal.
Scotland have an uphill battle if they want to make it through to the knockouts – so England are definitely going in the stronger team here.
How to watch England Vs Scotland
You can tune in to England Vs Scotland over on ITV1, which will be airing all the pre-match build up from 7pm with analysis of the Group D fixture.
If you don’t have a terrestrial TV, you can livestream the match via the ITV Hub. It’s free to create an account online. If you’re away on holiday, you can also sign in with your existing credentials to watch the ITV Hub from abroad.
The show will be presented by Mark Pougatch, who will be joined by Roy Keane, John Collins, Graeme Souness, Gary Neville and Scott Brown. Commentary throughout the match is expected to be given by Sam Matterface and Lee Dixon.
How to watch England Vs Czech Republic and future England games
The only other match we know that England is playing for certain is against the Czech Republic. This will take place on Tuesday 22 June 2021 with kick-off at 8pm BST.
This game will also be broadcast on ITV1, and the ITV Hub.
As for future England matches – we don’t know yet. England hasn’t yet qualified from Group D. Depending on our position, and who qualifies from other groups, will determine who – and if – we play.
The knockout matches that England could play in will air on 27, 28 and 29 June 2021. When we know more about where England is placing in the group, we’ll update this article.
In the meantime, you can see a full breakdown of the Euro 2020 tournament here. You can also check out our guide on how to watch all the matches in 4K.