England vs Denmark kick-off time, TV and live stream details

England return to Nations League action at Wembley on Wednesday, three days after a statement victory over world number one Belgium.

Gareth Southgate’s side showed plenty of character when came from behind to defeat the team currently top of the FIFA rankings 2-1, thanks to goals from Marcus Rashford and Mason Mount.

They now take on Denmark, who brushed Iceland aside 3-0 in Reykjavik on Sunday evening.

England top the Nations League group A2 with seven points from their three games so far.

Roberto Martinez’s Belgium side sit in second place with six points, with Denmark two points behind them.

Iceland, who host Belgium on Wednesday night, are bottom after defeats in all three Nations League fixtures so far.

What time is England vs Denmark?

England’s A2 group game against Denmark kicks off at 7.45pm on Wednesday, the same time as the other group match between Iceland and Belgium.

Also at 7.45pm, Wales’ match in Bulgaria gets underway, as does Scotland’s clash at home to the Czech Republic.

Northern Ireland’s Nations League tie in Norway is another 7.45pm kick-off.

England vs Denmark TV channel and live stream

As with England’s other Nations League games, fans of the Three Lions will need Sky Sports.

The broadcaster will be showing the match on its Main Event channel from 7pm.

Meanwhile Sky Sports Premier League will show Scotland vs Czech Republic, with Bulgaria vs Wales on Sky Sports Football.

Those who pay to watch the games can stream them, either through Sky Go or Now TV.

England vs Denmark odds

It's only a month since these sides last met – and managed a miserly two shots on target each in a dour 0-0 draw.

This doesn't promise to be any livelier, but England are odds on favourites with the pools.com, 8/15 with the draw a generous 11/4 and Denmark an even bigger 15/4.

If England do win, expect it to be low scoring. Denmark have kept eight clean sheets in 10 while Romelu Lukaku's penalty on Sunday was the first goal England had conceded in six.

1-0 and 2-0 are 11/2 and 13/2 while England to win to nil is 13/8.

And don't forget the corner market we correctly pointed out against Belgium.

England are 23/20 to overcome a -2 corner handicap – or 8/11 to win the Race to 5 corners.

Odds collected from thepools.com and are subject to change.

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