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What channel is Czech Republic vs England on? TV and live stream information

October 12, 2019


 England are hoping to stay at the top of their Euro 2020 group when taking on the Czech Republic in Prague on Friday night   Gareth Southgate has selected Chelsea players Fikayo Tomori and Tammy Abraham in the squad after their impressive start to the Premier League season  It also means there are no places for the likes of Dele Alli and Jesse Lingard in the squad, as Southgate makes bold decisions with less than a year to go until the next major tournament  England ran out 5-0 winners at Wembley when the pair clashed in the reverse fixture early this year – but is expected to be a tougher clash in Prague  England have had an impressive campaign and have bagged 19 goals in four games.  When they took on the Czech Republic at home, Raheem Sterling scored a hat trick during their 5-0 win, although the Czech team have won three of their last four games since  An win would give England a six point lead in their group.  Here is all the key information ahead of the match When is the match?  England will be taking on the Czech Republic Friday night at 7:45pm as another international week is underway Where is the match being played?  The three lions will be heading to Prague and playing at the City SINOBO Stadium What TV channel is it on and can it be live streamed?  Fans can tune in and watch the game on ITV1 or live stream it on the ITV Hub which allows laptops, smartphones and tablets England team news  Gareth Southgate announced the latest squad which has left out Dele Alli, Jesse Lingard and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain  Chelsea players Fikayo Tomori and Tammy Abraham were handed a call-up following their impressive start to the season in the Premier League Both players have not made an official decision yet on which country to represent; Abraham is also eligible to play for Nigeria and Tomori for Canada  If they play in Friday’s match they will no longer be able to switch team. What has been said?  On the squad, Southgate said: “There have been some difficult decisions to make It’s an exciting squad, with players very much in form.  “There’s still an emphasis on the development of younger players but surrounded by good experience  “All of those players will recognise why I’ve made these decisions.”

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