England v Belgium: Where, when and how to watch the World Cup clash
England come into this game off the back of two wins, including the thrashing of Panama.
The Three Lions can top of the group if they beat a Belgium side who also have maximum points so far.
What is it?
Both nations are already through to the last-16.
The final group-game of this year’s World Cup will be a fight for first-place in Group G.
After thumping Panama 6-1, England are sitting top on fair play rulings. A draw in this one should be enough to see them remain at the summit – as long as they don’t pick up too many bookings.
Belgium may rest a few of their star men, but know a win will seal top-spot.
When is it?
Group G brings the World Cup group stage to a close.
The two nations face off on Thursday 28th June at 7:00PM UK time.
Where is it?
They will duel for group supremacy in Kaliningrad.
The city is sandwiched between Poland and Lithuania along the Baltic Coast.
The game will be the fourth and final match the stadium hosts at the tournament.
There has already been nine goals across the previous three fixtures.
Where can I watch it?
If you aren’t in Russia for the game itself then you can catch it on ITV from 6.15PM UK time.
Mark Pougatch will be your host. You can expect the channel’s regulars Lee Dixon and Ian Wright on the sofa. As well as new ITV recruit Gary Neville who’s part of the team especially for the tournament.
Ryan Giggs might also make the line-up.
If you’re in the UK but without access to a television, you can watch the whole game via the ITV Hub.
You can access this on your desktop, mobile or a tablet.
You can find all the latest England v Belgium odds here