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Watch England v Spain online: Live stream today’s Women’s Euro 2022

By Ben Green

England v Spain predictions & how to live stream Women’s Euro 2022

Published: 16:35, 20 July 2022

England prepare to take on Spain in the quarter-finals of the 2022 Women’s European Championship on Wednesday at 8pm (UK time).

How to live stream England v Spain online:

  • DAZN are streaming this match live for account holders in Germany.
  • US: N/A
  • UK: BBC iPlayer

Where to watch England v Spain on TV:

  • UK: BBC One
  • US: ESPN2

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The Lionesses topped Group A in flawless fashion, winning all three of their games without conceding, but head coach Sarina Wiegman knows that these latter rounds of the competition will be the real acid test for her squad. Spain finished runners-up in Group B, recently defeating Denmark in a winner-takes-all match for a place in the knockouts.

England team news

Having won all three of their group games by an aggregate scoreline of 14-0, it is unlikely that Wiegman will shuffle the pack, instead she is expected to name an unchanged XI for the fourth successive match of Euro 2022. That means the tournament’s current top scorer Beth Mead (five goals) is expected to dovetail in attack once again with Fran Kirby, Lauren Hemp and Ellen White, while Georgia Stanway and Keira Walsh hold the fort in the middle of the pitch. Mary Earps, Lucy Bronze, Leah Williamson, Millie Bright and Rachel Daly will likely make up the backline. Hannah Hampton is unavailable.

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Spain team news

Having found her place on the bench in Spain’s opening match against Finland, Sheila Garcia has forced a way into Jorge Vilda’s starting XI over the last two matches and will likely retain her berth on Wednesday, pushing Real Madrid forward Esther Gonzalez to the bench. Marta Cardona scored the winning goal that confirmed Spain’s progression to the knockouts, so Vilda may be tempted to hand her a first start of this tournament on the South Coast later this week, while No. 10 Athenea del Castillo will be pushing for her second start after making the XI against Denmark.

Scoreline prediction: England 2-0 Spain

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