How to watch England vs Iceland on TV for FREE: Channel and live stream

Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold in action for England
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England's national football team is in the final stages of preparation for this summer's European Championships in Germany.

The Three Lions, under the guidance of Gareth Southgate, will face Iceland in their last friendly match at Wembley ahead of their opening Euro 2024 fixture against Serbia on June 16. However, they'll be without left-back Luke Shaw and centre-back Lewis Dunk due to injuries.

The team is coming off a 3-0 victory against Bosnia at St James' Park on Monday, with goals from Cole Palmer, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Harry Kane. For those interested in following the match, the Liverpool Echo have provided all the necessary details below...

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When is kick-off?

The England vs Iceland game is scheduled to kick-off at 7:45pm at Wembley.

How to watch

UK viewers can catch all the action on Channel 4, with coverage starting at 7pm. Jules Breach will be presenting, joined by Joe Cole, Jill Scott and Wayne Rooney. If you're unable to watch on TV, the match can be streamed from Channel 4's website.

For international viewers, the game will be available on ViX in the United States, DAZN in Canada, and Optus Sport in Australia.

What is the team news?

In terms of team news, Southgate has trimmed his squad from 33 provisional names down to the final 26. It was announced on Thursday that James Maddison, Jack Grealish, Jarrad Brantwaite, James Trafford, Harry Maguire and Jarell Quansah were all dropped from the squad.

Shaw is still on the mend and won't be featuring in the upcoming match against Iceland, while Dunk is set to return to full training next week. Contrary to earlier doubts, Anthony Gordon and Bukayo Saka might just make an appearance in the game.

Jude Bellingham, Phil Foden, Kyle Walker, and Kobbie Mainoo are back in action, joining the squad fresh from their FA Cup and Champions League final commitments.

Gareth Southgate, gearing up for the team's final friendly before the Euros, shared: "Everybody else is available. Harry [Kane] could play 90 minutes, though not sure he will."