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England and Scotland meet each other in a major tournament for the first time in 25 years on June 18 and we’re sure you want to watch this match live, whether it’s online or through your TV.
Scotland are still bouncing high after qualification to the first major tournament since 1998. Yet Steve Clarke’s men have made a disappointing start to Euro 2021 after losing 2-0 to Czech Republic. England are one of the favourites to win the competition and they began with a 1-0 win over Croatia. A meeting between England and Scotland is a highly charged affair in any situation. It is even more interesting that this game takes place at Wembley.
England vs Scotland: Where to watch in the United Kingdom?
In the United Kingdom, Euro 2020 matches will be covered by ITV and BBC. The England vs Scotland encounter on June 18 will be available on the ITV network. The BBC will also be showing this huge clash apart from the group games of the Welsh national team. The BBC iPlayer is a great way to get started to watch the game. Similarly, the ITV Hub is an alternative for those who want to use the ITV network to watch some of the matches. Both apps can be accessed from a tablet or mobile, while the ITV and BBC websites are also among the possible choices.
Apart from the England vs Scotland streaming, BBC and ITV will be covering all matches of Euro 2020 – including the final, which will be available for free. BBC has covered the first group matches for England and Scotland.
Where to watch the game in the United States?
ABC and ESPN have picked up the rights for airing Euro 2020 matches in the United States. ESPN will be broadcasting 39 games including the England vs Scotland fixture. ABC have been able to get the rights to host a European Championship tournament for the first time since 2008. The ESPN network will be covering every match with a lot of attention. There will be a pre-match and post-match program along with a halftime report.
For those who are unable to get their hands on ESPN, the England vs Scotland streaming can be done in the United States through fubo TV, Hulu + Live TV, Sling Orange and more.
How to watch Euro 2020 in other parts of the world?
In Canada, Euro 2020 will be shown live on TSN. For the French viewers in Canada, the tournament will be broadcast on TVA Sports. An advantage of these channels would be the ability to watch the games online. TSN provides a service which is available for just under $8 per day while a monthly subscription will be just under $20. The prices given by TVA Sports are almost identical. The availability of a day package makes it ideal to watch England vs Scotland streaming without hassle.
For those in Australia, Optus Sport provides complete access to all the games in the tournament. The app from Optus Sport can be used to watch matches from a tablet or mobile. The service is also available using an Apple TV or Chromecast.
In New Zealand, Sky Sports has picked up official broadcast rights for Euro 2020. The football streaming platform from Sky Sports can be accessed for just under $20 per month. A single package will be sufficient to give access to England vs Scotland streaming and other games.
The tournament is covered by beIN Sports in France, while Deutsche Telekom have picked up rights for broadcast in Germany along with ZDF and ARD.
Sony has gained exclusive rights to broadcast Euro 2020 in India. Apart from being able to watch the games on the several television channels of the Sony Liv network, one can also pay Rs 299 to gain monthly access to Sony Liv’s streaming network.
There could be some changes to the England vs Scotland lineups. The expected lineups will especially see a change in the case of Scotland, who slipped to a defeat in the opening group match. Yet, Steve Clarke was able to see some strong performances from the substitutes like Adams, who have been included as a starter in the expected lineups.
Predicted England XI
- Jordan Pickford
- Kyle Walker
- John Stones
- Tyrone Mings
- Luke Shaw
- Declan Rice
- Kalvin Phillips
- Mason Mount
- Phil Foden
- Raheem Sterling
- Harry Kane
Predicted Scotland XI
- David Marshall
- Liam Cooper
- Grant Hanley
- James Forrest
- Andrew Robertson
- Jack Henry
- Stuart Armstrong
- Scott McTominay
- John McGinn
- Che Adams
- Lyndon Dykes