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What TV channel is England vs Slovenia on TV? How can I watch England v Slovenia on TV? England host Slovenia on Thursday night with World Cup qualification on the table should they get the three points. The Three Lions face a potential banana skin against a one of the best defensive sides in international football.
Gareth Southgate’s side will then wrap up their qualification campaign on Sunday away to Lithuania. The England boss has called up 25 players to a young looking squad, including a debut inclusion for Tottenham youngster Harry Winks.
Victory would be a huge confidence booster ahead of the World Cup. Here’s everything you need to know about the England vs Slovenia match.
What time is England vs Slovenia on TV? The England vs Slovenia match is on Thursday, 5th October and live coverage of the begins at 7.30pm on ITV1.
What time is England vs Slovenia kick-off on TV? The England vs Slovenia match kicks off at 7.45pm on ITV1.
In short you can watch the World Cup qualifier live on ITV1 from 7.30pm, or listen on talkSPORT from 7pm.
What is the latest England and Slovenia team news? Here you can read about the latest England and Slovenia teams news.
What is the latest England team news? Phil Jones and Fabian Delph have both pulled out of the squad due to injury.
Adam Lallana, Nathaniel Clyne and Danny Welbeck are also injured. Jamie Vardy has been left out of the squad, with Jermain Defoe preferred to him in attack.
England squad: Joe Hart, Fraser Forster, Jack Butland, Jordan Pickford, Gary Cahill, Chris Smalling, Kyle Walker, John Stones, Ryan Bertrand, Aaron Cresswell, Michael Keane, Kieran Trippier, Harry Maguire, Raheem Sterling, Jordan Henderson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Dele Alli, Eric Dier, Jake Livermore, Jesse Lingard, Harry Winks, Jermain Defoe, Daniel Sturridge, Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford.
Here you can read more about the England squad against Slovenia!
Slovenia squad: Jan Oblak, Vid Belec, Jan Koprivec, Bostjan Cesar, Bojan Jokic, Miral Samardzic, Nejc Skubic, Miha Mevlja, Aljaz Struna, Antonio Delamea Mlinar, Mitja Viler, Matija Sirok, Valter Birsa, Jasmin Kurtic, Rene Krhin, Benjamin Verbic, Rajko Rotman, Amedej Vetrih, Damjan Bohar, Jan Repas, Josip Ilicic, Tim Matavz, Roman Bezjak, Andraz Sporar.
The first meeting between the two sides came in 2009, England winning 2-1 at Wembley in an International friendly
Slovenia have never beaten England in five meetings, losing four and drawing once – a year ago in the reverse fixture in Ljubljana (0-0)
England also faced Slovenia in their Euro 2016 qualification campaign. Wayne Rooney scored a late goal to ensure a 3-2 away win, whereas at home they won 3-1
Slovenia have one of the best defences in world football. In their last 11 matches they have kept a remarkable 8 clean sheets
Jan Oblak is Slovenia’s star player, the Atletico Madrid man is widely regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in world football
Jordan Pickford, Harry Winks and Harry Maguire will all be making their debut should they feature for England on Thursday night
Matija Širok will be making his debut if he plays for Slovenia at Wembley. Bostjan Cesar and Josip Ilicic are on 98 and 48 caps respectively and could reach milestones this week
England have not lost a competitive match at Wembley since November 2007. They have won every home qualifier they have played since September 2012
Slovenia have only won 1 of their last 9 away matches
England’s Harry Kane has scored 24 goals in his last 16 matches for club and country
Gareth Southgate has yet to name a permanent captain after Wayne Rooney’s retirement. Kane could be a contender, along with Jordan Henderson, Gary Cahill and Joe Hart
Find more England vs Slovensia facts at England vs Slovenia Head To Head Record!
Here are the odds and our England vs Slovenia Prediction:
England Win Best Odds: 1.35 with Unibet
Slovenia Win Best Odds: 11.00 with bet365
Draw Best Odds: 4.85 with Unibet
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