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England vs Andorra: World Cup qualifier prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results, odd

England v Andorra live stream: How can I watch the World Cup qualifier on TV in UK today?



aving seen off one of their biggest threats in Group I, England now face one of their easier tests in World Cup qualifying on Sunday.

Fresh from the 4-0 win in Hungary, built on an impressive second-half showing, Gareth Southgate’s men take on Andorra at Wembley.

Normally, Andorra would be the whipping boys of a group but they avoid that tag this time as this section also features San Marino. The two minnows met in Andorra on Thursday with the hosts winning 2-0.

With a trip to Poland coming up on Wednesday, Southgate is expected to use this weekend’s match at Wembley to give more of the wider squad a game.


Date, kick-off time and venue

England vs Andorra will kick off at Wembley on Sunday at 5pm BST.

Where to watch England v Andorra

The game is being screened live by ITV with the programme starting at 4.30pm.

There is also a highlights show featuring this match and others from across Europe at 10.30pm.


And you can also follow live coverage with Standard Sport’s match blog.

England v Andorra team news

Jadon Sancho picked up a knock forcing him out of the Hungary match, while the rest of the squad came through that game unscathed.

With Southgate set to rotate his squad for Sunday’s game there could be an appearance for Trent Alexander-Arnold. The right-back had to pull out of the Euros with injury and looks refreshed this season with Liverpool.

Bukayo Saka, Jesse Lingard and Jordan Henderson, who all came on in the closing minutes, will be hoping for a start, while striker Patrick Bamford will be eager for some action after his first call-up.


England v Andorra prediction

Poland put three past Andorra and Hungary four, and even with a changed side England should beat those figures.

Barring the two Andorra scored against San Marino they have only managed one other goal in qualifying so it should be a quiet night for whoever is in goal for the Three Lions.

Head to head (h2h) history and results

England’s biggest win in this fixture was their first meeting, a 6-0 victory at Wembley in 2009.


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