16 October 2020 04:40
UEFA Nations League fixtures are over for now, with international players heading back to their clubs for the next month before doing it all over again. England were defeated 1-0 by Denmark at Wembley with Harry Maguire and Reece James seeing red cards during the match. Pressure is mounting on Gareth Southgate to get his attacking talents in line ahead of next year's delayed Euro 2020 tournament. Scotland and Wales both picked up a 1-0 win in their games against Czech Republic and Bulgaria respectively. Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland both lost 1-0 in Scandinavia, the former to Norway and the latter to Finland.
There are plenty of games to keep track of, and we'll do what we can to help you find the dates, times and channels to soak up the international games. RadioTimes.com brings you everything you need to know about how to watch the upcoming Nations League fixtures on TV and live stream. How to watch Nations League on TV For the full fixture list complete with channels for every home nations and Ireland game, scroll down the page. You can watch Nations League clashes live on Sky Sports across their various channels. Sky customers can add individual channels for just £18 per month or add the complete sports package to their deal for just £23 per month.
You can also choose to live stream matches with a Sky Sports day pass for £9.99 or a month pass for £33.99, all without signing up to a contract. NOW TV can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones and consoles. NOW TV is also available via BT Sport. Existing Sky Sports customers can live stream the game via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices. Nations League fixtures 2020 All UK time. Sunday 15th November Slovakia v Scotland (2pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV Wales v Republic of Ireland (5pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV Belgium v England (7:45pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV Austria v Northern Ireland (7:45pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV Wednesday 18th November England v Iceland (7:45pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV Northern Ireland v Romania (7:45pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV Israel v Scotland (7:45pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV Republic of Ireland v Bulgaria (7:45pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV Wales v Finland (7:45pm) Sky Sports / NOW TV Nations League results Home nations and Republic of Ireland matches only. Thursday 3rd September Bulgaria 1-1 Republic of Ireland Finland 0-1 Wales Friday 4th September Scotland 1-1 Israel Romania 1-1 Northern Ireland Saturday 5th September Iceland 0-1 England Sunday 6th September Monday 7th September Tuesday 8th September Sunday 11th October Republic of Ireland 0-0 Wales England 2-1 Belgium Northern Ireland 0-1 Austria Scotland 1-0 Slovakia Matchday 4 Wednesday 14th October Finland 1-0 Republic of Ireland England 0-1 Denmark Scotland 1-0 Czech Republic Norway 1-0 Northern Ireland Bulgaria 0-1 Wales Nations League groups Bosnia & Herzegovina Italy Netherlands Poland Belgium Denmark England Iceland Croatia France Portugal Sweden Germany Spain Switzerland Ukraine Austria Northern Ireland Norway Romania Hungary Russia Serbia Turkey Bulgaria Finland Ireland Wales Azerbaijan Cyprus Luxembourg Montenegro Armenia Estonia Georgia North Macedonia Greece Kosovo Moldova Slovenia Albania Belarus Kazakhstan Lithuania Andorra Faroe Islands Latvia Malta League D – Group 2 Gibraltar Liechtenstein San Marino Who won the last Nations League? The inaugural Nations League tournament took place in 2019 following the 2018 World Cup. Portugal were the eventual winners after beating Netherlands in the final showdown. England reached the semi-finals after winning their group in League A, but couldn't find a way beyond Netherlands. Can't wait for more football? Check out the complete set of Premier League fixtures and TV details in our handy guide. Advertisement If you're looking for something to watch, check out our TV Guide. Welsh secretary calls for clarification from Welsh first minister over ban set to come into force on Friday The Welsh government's plan to ban people entering Wales from coronavirus hotspots in other parts of the UK risks stirring "division and confusion", the Welsh secretary has claimed. Simon Hart, a member of the UK cabinet, has called for clarification from the Welsh first minister, Mark Drakeford, on the ban, which is expected to come into force on Friday evening. Hart also expressed concern over comments from Drakeford that Welsh residents would be "on the lookout" for visitors who defied the ban. The legislation, which is set to prevent people travelling from tier 2 and 3 areas of England, the central belt of Scotland and Northern Ireland into Wales, is being drawn up in Cardiff. Hart wrote: "I remain worried that, without rapid explanation, this approach risks stirring division and confusion in Wales. We both know that, in reality, communities in Wales are as hard hit by Covid-19 as English, Scottish, and Northern Irish communities. "Your recent comment about residents in west Wales being 'on the lookout for people who shouldn't be in those areas' is an example of exactly the situation we should be trying to avoid." Hart also asked for a number of clarifications, including how the decision was made, the legal guidance behind it, whether university students would be allowed to travel home, and how it would be enforced. He asked whether holiday accommodation providers would be expected to refuse or cancel bookings from guests they believed were breaking the ban. The Commons leader, Jacob Rees-Mogg, accused the Welsh government of "putting a border between England and Wales", while Stephen Crabb, the Tory MP for Preseli Pembrokeshire, said: "Drakeford is wrong to whip up anti-visitor (English) sentiment." Drakeford said police forces would carry out extra patrols and could use automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) technology to spot people who had travelled from distant locations. He said police officers would explain the rules to people they found flouting the travel restrictions and encourage them to comply, but ultimately they could issue fixed-penalty notices. Drakeford also said holiday businesses could not honour half-term bookings from people in areas of the UK with high levels of coronavirus. Police Federation (@PFEW_HQ) Coronavirus: Wales bans travellers from rest of UK's COVID hotspots - but police say move is 'unenforceable' However, the Welsh health minister, Vaughan Gething, said forces had managed to police the travel restrictions in Wales during the spring lockdown when "stay local" rules stopped people travelling long distances. Police Federation officials have cast doubt on whether a ban could be enforced, but individual police forces said they were ready to enforce the rules. North Wales police said it would "be increasing our visibility on the strategic road network and undertaking targeted activity". Fay Jones, the Tory MP for Brecon and Radnorshire, said the move was a "hammer blow" for the tourism industry. She said she had been contacted by businesses reporting a slew of cancellations. She said she supported efforts to prevent the spread of the virus in Wales, but Drakeford should instead be "focusing on the increasingly high rates of transmission".