ENGLAND return to centre stage TONIGHT in a mouth-watering quarter-final clash with Spain – one of the favourites to win the Euros.
The Lionesses confirmed their spot in the last 16 from the 8-0 humiliation of Norway.
And they capped off Group A in style having thrashed Northern Ireland 5-0 at St. Mary's on Friday.
However, Marta Cardona's 90th minute strike has forced Sarina Wiegman's side to go up against Spain who have caused England problems in the past.
But the Lionesses will be eager to make amends for their SheBelieves Cup exit in 2020.
What time does England vs Spain kick off?
- England's mouth-watering clash with Spain takes place on Wednesday – July 20.
- It is scheduled to kick off at 8pm UK time.
- The home of Brighton & Hove Albion, Amex Arena is the location for the match and it can hold around 31,000 supporters.
- Nothing could separate the nations when they last met in the Arnold Clark Cup earlier on this year.
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Is England vs Spain on TV and can I live stream it?
- England vs Spain will be broadcasted LIVE on BBC One in the UK.
- Pre-match coverage will commence from 7:30pm UK time – 30 minutes before kick-off.
- Viewers can head to the BBC iPlayer app or BBC sport website to stream the ENTIRE action via any mobile device or tablet.
Is England vs Spain FREE to watch?
Yes, the quarter-final between England and Spain will be available to watch for FREE if you hold a valid TV licence in the UK.
England boss Sarin Wiegman fielded a strong team in the final group game clash against Northern Ireland and it is expected that she will do the same on Wednesday.
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Arsenal attacker Beth Mead will be eager to keep her spot in the starting line-up as she hunts down the golden boot award of the competition.
And Ellen White has one eye on England's all-time goal scoring record so she is likely to get the nod up top.
Spanish gaffer Lars Sondergaard is less likely to rotate too as her side did brilliantly to snatch a quarter-final spot.
However, Marta Cardona could get promoted to the first eleven for her winning goal against Denmark.
- England to win 11/10
- Draw 23/10
- Spain to win 12/5
*Odds from Betfair are correct at time of publication
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