ENGLAND face Iceland in Reykjavik, hoping to exact revenge following their Euro 2016 exit.
The two sides have met just three times in their history – but the most notable of those saw Kolbeinn Sigthorsson net the winner to send the Three Lions crashing out in France at the Round of 16 stage.
Now they meet again at Laugardalsvollur in the new Uefa Nations League campaign and their first international fixture since November 2019.
What time does Iceland vs England kick off?
This Uefa Nations League match will take place on Saturday, September 5.
The Group A2 clash will kick off at 5pm UK time – that's 4pm in Iceland.
It will be played at Laugardalsvollur in Reykjavik.
The other two teams in Group A2 – Belgium and Denmark – will play on Saturday evening.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
- Iceland vs England will be shown Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football, with coverage underway from 4.30pm.
- Sky Sports customers can live stream via the app.
- Meanwhile, you can also purchase a Sky Sports NowTV Day Pass for just £9.99.
Iceland and England have met three times in international football, with a victory apiece.
Their first meeting ended in a 1-1 draw back in June 1982, before 6-1 hammering by England at the 2004 European Championships in Portugal as Wayne Rooney and Darius Vassell both got braces.
But Iceland got revenge in 2016, as they knocked the Three Lions out on their way to the quarter-finals.
Yet, England will host Iceland for the first time when the pair meet in the reverse fixture of this Uefa Nations League campaign at Wembley Stadium on November 18, 2020.
What is the team news?
Goalkeepers: Hannes Thor Halldorsson, Ogmundur Kristinsson, Runar Alex Runarsson, Patrik Gunnarsson
Defenders: Kari Arnason, Ari Freyr Skulason, Sverrir Ingi Ingason, Hordur Bjorgvin Magnusson, Jon Gudni Fjoluson, Holmar Orn Eyjolfsson, Hjortur Hermannsson, Alfons Sampsted
Midfielders: Birkir Bjarnason, Emil Hallfredsson, Arnor Ingvi Traustason, Victor Palsson, Arnor Sirgurdsson, Samuel Fridjonson, Mikael Anderson, Jon Dagur Thorsteinsson, Andri Baldursson
Forwards: Kolbeinn Sigthorsson, Jon Dadi Bodvarsson, Albert Gudmundsson, Holmbert Fridjonsson
Goalkeepers: Jordan Pickford, Nick Pope, Dean Henderson
Defenders: Kyle Walker Eric Dier, Kieran Trippier, Michael Keane, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez, Tyrone Mings, Conor Coady
Midfielders: Declan Rice, Mason Mount, James Ward-Prowse, Phil Foden, Jack Grealish, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Kalvin Phillips
Forwards: Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane, Jadon Sancho, Tammy Abraham, Danny Ings, Mason Greenwood
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