UPDATE ONE: The final World Cup 2018 squad lists for England vs Belgium have been confirmed.
England Team: Jordan Pickford; Phil Jones, Gary Cahill, John Stones; Trent Alexander-Arnold, Eric Dier (capt) Fabian Delph, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Danny Rose; Marcus Rashford and Jamie Vardy.
Belgium Team: Thibaut Courtois (capt); Thomas Vermaelen, Dedryck Boyata, Leander Dendoncker; Nacer Chadli, Mousa Dembele, Yori Tielemans, Adrian Januzaj; Marouane Fellaini, Thorgan Hazard and Michy Batshuayi.
In total, England has made eight changes since their last match, while Belgium has made nine.
ORIGINAL: England face Belgium in the final game of the World Cup 2018 group stages.
Both teams have qualified for the knockout stages, so this evening’s game is all about securing the top spot.
However, judging by the potential route to the finals, it might actually be more beneficial to finish second.
Either way, you can expect to see a few changes for tonight’s game, as both managers look to protect their star players.
Marcus Rashford, Gary Cahill and Eric Dier are tipped to start for England, while Dele Alli is expected to be left out.
Likewise, Kevin de Bruyne, Thomas Meunier and Jan Vertonghen could all be rested in a bid to avoid picking up additional yellow cards.
Romelu Lukaku is one player almost certain to be left out, while Dries Mertens and Eden Hazard could miss out.
If you want to stay on top of the action, check out Express Online’s guide to live streaming below…
How to watch England vs Belgium online
ITV is showing today’s match between England and Belgium, with coverage starting at 6.15pm and kick-off set for 7pm.
You can tune in on your TV or online via ITV’s app.
Now named ITV Hub, this app is available on both Apple iPhone, iPad and most Android devices and is free to download.
Users can also tune in via Amazon Fire TV, YouView, BT Vision, Sky HD, Sky Q, Samsung TV, NOW TV, Freeview Play and Virgin Media.
It’s worth noting that you’ll need a valid TV Licence if you watch or record live programmes as it is a criminal offence in the UK to watch “live” television without a TV licence.
And if you’re away from home and don’t have a decent wifi connection – you might want to avoid watching an entire match on your smartphone.
A full football game streamed to your smartphone or tablet will use around 700MB of data.
You’ll also need a TV licence to download or watch BBC programmes on iPlayer. This applies to any device you use.
Unfortunately for ITV viewers, BBC is the only channel offering crisp, 4K viewing, testing a 4K streaming trial during the World Cup.
If you want to watch in 4K you need to open up the iPlayer app on your TV or device, go to Settings, and then scroll down to ‘Try new features in iPlayer BETA’.
If you select that and you see an option saying ‘Play Ultra HD Trial’ (if you’re using the iPlayer in non-Beta mode) or Play UHD Test Loop (if you’re in Beta mode), there’s a good chance you’ll be able to watch the 4K World Cup streams when they start.
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