England’s Nations League match against Iceland is little more than a friendly, following their defeat to Belgium on Sunday.
The Three Lions cannot qualify for the finals of this season’s tournament, while Iceland’s relegation to the Nations League second tier is already confirmed.
Gareth Southgate could ring the changes following Sunday’s 2-0 loss to the world's number one side, and will definitely be without Jordan Henderson and Raheem Sterling, with both players picking up knocks.
England won 1-0 when the two sides met in Reykjavik back in September thanks to a late Raheem Sterling penalty, though that was nearly cancelled out when Iceland were awarded a stoppage time spot kick, which was blazed over.
What time is England vs Iceland?
Kick off is at 7.45pm on Wednesday night.
After days of nervous waiting for the FA, it was confirmed that the Iceland team could come to Wembley to play the match, having been in Denmark at the weekend.
The government imposed a travel ban to Denmark after outbreaks of a variant of Covid-19 spread from mink farms into nearby communities.
It meant the prospect of England playing Iceland in Germany or even Albania, before the Icelandic team was given an exemption.
All other home nations sides also play at 7.45pm on Wednesday.
Scotland are in Israel, while Northern Ireland, Wales and the Republic of Ireland are all at home to Romania, Finland and Bulgaria respectively.
England vs Iceland TV channel and live stream
As this is a Nations League game, England fans will need to tune into Sky Sports Main Event. Coverage starts at 7pm.
Wales vs Finland will be on Sky Sports Premier League, while Scotland are on Sky Sports Football.
Northern Ireland fans can find their team on Sky Sports Mix, while the Republic of Ireland are on Sky Sports Arena.
Fans will either need to have Sky Sports subscriptions, or pay for a NOW TV pass, which will enable them to stream it through the relevant app.
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