England vs Netherlands: Euro 2024 TV channel, kick-off time, team news and odds
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Jordan Pickford’s penalty heroics helped England reach the semi-finals (Photo: Getty)

are on the verge of glory but must first against the .

While they have not made it easy for themselves, ’s side have now reached the semi-finals in three of the last four major international tournaments.

They did so after putting in their best performance of the Euros in the , though they still after drawing 1-1.

But they now face their toughest task by far, as the tournament has progressed.

Ronald Koeman’s team finished a disappointing third in their group after beating Poland, drawing with France and losing to Austria.

But they’ve looked far, far better in the knockouts, defeating Romania 3-0 before coming from behind to beat the exciting Turkey 2-1.

So, who will make it to the final in Berlin? Here is your full brief for England vs the Netherlands, including what TV channel the game will be shown on and the Three Lions’ predicted line-up:

Gareth Southgate’s side are two games away from Euro 2024 glory (Photo: Getty)

When is England vs Netherlands and what time does the game kick-off?

England vs the Netherlands kicks off at 8pm on Wednesday 10 July at the Westfalenstadion, the home of Borussia Dortmund.

The two sides will know who awaits in the final, with the other semi-final of Spain vs France taking place the previous night in Munich.

What TV channel is England vs Netherlands on?

ITV 1 will have live coverage of the match with their programme beginning at 6:30pm. The game will also be available to stream live on ITVX.

Fans will be praying that the infamous doesn’t rear it’s ugly head again…

The Netherlands beat Turkey to reach the semi-finals (Photo: Getty)

Team news and predicted England line-up

Thankfully for Gareth Southgate, he’ll have all 26 members of his squad fit and available for selection for the semi-final.

After serving his one-match suspension, Marc Guehi is back and will likely retake his place in the starting XI despite the.

as he recovered from a lengthy injury finally paid off in the quarter-finals as he came off the bench to good effect after the Swiss had opened the scoring.

It may be too soon to start the left-back and drop Kieran Trippier but at least the ‘super-sub’ option is now available to Southgate.

Marc Guehi missed the Switzerland game through suspension (Photo: Getty)

There were concerns that after awkwardly stumbling off the pitch and colliding with his manager, but the under-fire captain claims he just has cramp and will be ‘fine’.

Southgate has been very reluctant to chop and change his players, so the real question is will he stick with new 3-4-3 formation? The tactics were changed to match up against the Swiss but after it delivered England’s best performance of the tournament, does Southgate dare revert back to the 4-2-3-1?

That’s the formation the Netherlands use and, like Southgate, Koeman has no injury or suspension worries for Wednesday night.

Should Guehi return to the starting XI at the expense of Ezri Konsa? (Photo: Metro.co.uk)

England vs Netherlands head-to-head record

If the history books are anything to go by, England are in for a tough time having won just six of their 22 meetings with the Netherlands, drawing nine and losing seven.

More worryingly, only one of those six wins has come in the 21st century – a friendly in March 2018 where Jesse Lingard scored the only goal of the game.

Their most recent meeting was in the semi-finals of the 2019 Nations League, which the Dutch won 3-1 after extra time despite Marcus Rashford giving England an early lead.

In fact the Three Lions’ only competitive win against the Netherlands came in the group stage of Euro 1996, with braces from Alan Shearer and Teddy Sheringham securing a memorable 4-1 win at Wembley.

England vs Netherlands latest odds

Who will win?

  • England to win: 7/5
  • England win in ET: 9/1
  • England win on pens: 15/2
  • Netherlands to win: 2/1
  • Netherlands win in ET: 11/1
  • Netherlands win on pen: 15/2

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