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Gareth Southgate has picked injured captain Harry Kane in his Nations League squad (Picture:Getty Images) England are back in Nations League action in three weeks when they take on Netherlands in the semi-final in Portugal. Portugal and Switzerland are on the other side of the draw and the two winners will go on to meet just three days after England's semi in the final in Porto. What TV channel will England vs Netherlands be on and is there a live stream? Portugal play Switzerland in the other semi-final in Porto on Wednesday 5 June at 7.45pm. The final is on Sunday 9 June at 7.45pm in Porto.
The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup starts Friday, June 7 and continues through the World Cup Final on July 7. This year's tournament will take place across the cities of France, six hours ahead of the Eastern Time zone in the United States. The 2019 games kick-off from Paris, with France hosting South Korea. Friday, June, 7, 2019 TV channels: Fox, FS1, FS2 (English) Fox, FS1, FS2 (English) TV channels: Telemundo, Universo (Spanish) Here's the full schedule for the group stage of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019, including how to watch each match on TV. The UEFA Champions League Final stage is set, and it's an all-England clash.
The 2019 Champions League Final is Saturday, June 1, 2019. What channel is the 2019 Champions League Final on? The 2019 Champions League final between Liverpool and Tottenham kicks off at 3:00 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on TNT in the United States, as well as Univision Deportes. Where can I watch a live stream the 2019 Champions League Final? You can watch a live stream of the 2019 Champions League Final between Liverpool and Tottenham by using FuboTV, WatchTNT and Bleacher Report Live.
2017-18: Real Madrid (Spain) 3 - 1 Liverpool (England) 2008-09: Barcelona (Spain) 2 - 0 Manchester United (England) 5: Bayern Munich (Germany); Liverpool (England); Barcelona (Spain) 3: Inter Milan (Italy); Manchester United (England) Portugal and the Netherlands will meet on Sunday in the inaugural UEFA Nations League final. The Netherlands made it to showpiece after a dramatic win over England on Thursday, when they won 3-1 after extra time, continuing their resurgence under the guidance of manager Ronald Koeman. The Juventus man grabbed a wonderful hat-trick in the semi-final win over Switzerland. If they are going to be victorious on Sunday, they will need to find a way of containing Ronaldo, who dominated the Swiss defence in the semi-final. Home side Portugal will go up against the Dutch in the final of the first UEFA Nations League. CR7 scored a hat-trick in the semi-final against Switzerland (including two goals in three minutes) and Portugal will hope he can replicate that success. England will play Switzerland hoping to at least win the third place, something that proved beyond their reach in Russia last year. Semi-final 1: Portugal defeated Switzerland 3-1. Semi-final 2: Netherlands defeated England 3-1 Third-place: England versus Switzerland on Sunday, 9 June, at 2pm. UEFA Nations League Final: Portugal versus Netherlands on Sunday, 9 June, at 7:45pm. Portugal versus Switzerland semi-final recap Portugal defeated Switzerland 3-1 to become the first team to qualify for the inaugural UEFA Nations League Final. The scores were still level with five minutes to go in regulation time, but Ronaldo showed once again why he one of the best sportsmen in the world. CR7 scored two goals in the span of three minutes to complete his hat-trick and ensure Portugal progress to the final. England vs Netherlands semi-final recap Meanwhile, England topped their UEFA Nations League group, which consisted of Spain and their 2018 World Cup nemesis, Croatia. The England squad featured many of the players from Tottenham and Liverpool who played in the Final in Madrid, including England's Danny Rose, Kyle Walker, Eric Dier, Jordan Henderson, Alexander Arnold and Dele Alli; and Netherland stars Virgil van Dijk and Georginio Wilnaldum. How to watch the UEFA Nations League semi-final in the UK: Now TV If you don't already have Sky Sports (see below), then the quickest and easiest way to watch the UEFA Nations League semi-finals is with a Now TV Sky Sports Pass. How to watch the UEFA Nations League semi-final in the UK: Sky Sports How to watch the UEFA Nations League semi-finals wherever you are: use a VPN If you're away from the UK on Wednesday or Thursday, then your only way to watch the UEFA Nations League semi-final games is to use a VPN.