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16 October 2020 04:37

You possibly can watch Nations League clashes dwell on Sky Sports activities throughout their varied channels.

UEFA Nations League fixtures are over for now, with worldwide gamers heading again to their golf equipment for the subsequent month earlier than doing it yet again. England have been defeated 1-0 by Denmark at Wembley with Harry Maguire and Reece James seeing crimson playing cards through the match. Scotland and Wales each picked up a 1-0 win of their games in opposition to Czech Republic and Bulgaria respectively. Northern Eire and Republic of Eire each misplaced 1-0 in Scandinavia, the previous to Norway and the latter to Finland. RadioTimes.com brings you every little thing you might want to find out about learn how to watch the upcoming Nations League fixtures on TV and dwell stream.

Tips on how to watch Nations League on TV For the total fixture record full with channels for each house nations and Eire recreation, scroll down the web page. You possibly can watch Nations League clashes dwell on Sky Sports activities throughout their varied channels. Sky clients can add particular person channels for simply £18 per thirty days or add the entire sports activities bundle to their deal for simply £23 per thirty days. You can too select to dwell stream matches with a Sky Sports activities day go for £9.99 or a month go for £33.99, all with out signing as much as a contract. NOW TV will be streamed by way of a pc or apps discovered on most sensible TVs, telephones and consoles. NOW TV can also be obtainable by way of BT Sport. Current Sky Sports activities clients can dwell stream the sport by way of the Sky Go app on quite a lot of gadgets. Nations League fixtures 2020 Sunday fifteenth November Slovakia v Scotland (2pm) Sky Sports activities / NOW TV Wales v Republic of Eire (5pm) Sky Sports activities / NOW TV Belgium v England (7:45pm) Sky Sports activities / NOW TV Austria v Northern Eire (7:45pm) Sky Sports activities / NOW TV Wednesday 18th November England v Iceland (7:45pm) Sky Sports activities / NOW TV Northern Eire v Romania (7:45pm) Sky Sports activities / NOW TV Israel v Scotland (7:45pm) Sky Sports activities / NOW TV Republic of Eire v Bulgaria (7:45pm) Sky Sports activities / NOW TV Wales v Finland (7:45pm) Sky Sports activities / NOW TV Nations League outcomes House nations and Republic of Eire matches solely. Thursday third September Bulgaria 1-1 Republic of Eire Finland 0-1 Wales Friday 4th September Scotland 1-1 Israel Romania 1-1 Northern Eire Saturday fifth September Iceland 0-1 England Sunday sixth September Monday seventh September Tuesday eighth September Sunday eleventh October Republic of Eire 0-0 Wales England 2-1 Belgium Northern Eire 0-1 Austria Scotland 1-0 Slovakia Wednesday 14th October Finland 1-0 Republic of Eire England 0-1 Denmark Scotland 1-0 Czech Republic Norway 1-0 Northern Eire Bulgaria 0-1 Wales Nations League teams England Northern Eire Eire League D – Group 2 Who received the final Nations League? The inaugural Nations League match befell in 2019 following the 2018 World Cup. Portugal have been the eventual winners after beating Netherlands within the last showdown. England reached the semi-finals after successful their group in League A, however couldn't discover a approach past Netherlands. Take a look at the entire set of Premier League fixtures and TV particulars in our useful information. MARK WARBURTON has warned Scotland boss Steve Clarke over his usage of QPR new boy Lyndon Dykes. The former Rangers gaffer has expressed his concerns that the Aussie-born hitman started all three games for the Scots during the international break. 3 Lyndon Dykes scores for Scotland against Slovakia Credit: Kenny Ramsay - The Sun Glasgow Since his £2million move from Livingston in the summer, Dykes has gone from strength to strength, taking to international football like a duck to water. The R's travel to the south coast on Saturday afternoon to play Bournemouth in a crunch Championship clash. And while Warburton was obviously delighted to see his in-form striker add to his Scotland goal tally and generally put in good performances, he did suggest it would've been good for him to get a rest in place of one of the other attackers in Clarke's squad. Warbs told the press: "I'm sure the game's governing bodies will do what's right in terms of the pandemic and if there's any increased threat levels then they'll act accordingly. 3 QPR boss Mark Warburton Credit: PA:Empics Sport "But three games in such a short period of time kills the clubs. Lyndon's gone away and started three games in six days. You get a player back on the Thursday morning after that kind of physical outlay and don't get him back (training) until Friday morning when you play Bournemouth away on the Saturday. He's away to international football playing with very talented players and he's took to it like a duck to water. 3 Manager Steve Clarke shakes hands with Dykes Credit: PA:Press Association "What you've seen in the last few games is what we see here at QPR. He added: "I've got to be honest, to see one of our players go away and start every game when you've got the likes of Lawrence Shankland, Callum Paterson, Oli McBurnie and Oli Burke etc, it was difficult for us. "I'm delighted for Lyndon and how well he's doing, and for Steve Clarke and the team but we've got to be very careful. "We're getting back a player who has played all these minutes and we now go into seven games in 21 day then there's another international break. Then we have nine games in 28 days. This time we are receiving back a highly fatigued player. If he plays every game in the next three weeks then where does that leave him for the next international games. You guys have to win games of football but so do we." The Light Blues hitman hasn't had the best start to the season and will arrive back into Scotland on Friday, one day prior to the crunch derby. The striker's search for a goal against the Hoops has stretched to 11 games, with a penalty in the Betfred Cup Final defeat last season among a whole host of missed chances.