England continue their Euro 2020 fixtures with a table-topping Group D clash against Czech Republic at Wembley this evening.


The Three Lions have produced a mixed bag of results in the tournament so far but are yet to concede a goal after two games – a feat only Italy, Sweden and England have achieved so far.

There's plenty to play for despite England already qualifying for the Round of 16. If they fail to win, they are likely to come second in the group but, should they triumph, they will finish top.

Czech Republic have proven their worth as a dark horse contender to progress well in Euro 2020 due to their main man up front Patrik Schick.

The Leverkusen striker has already wrapped up goal of the tournament as he caught Scotland goalkeeper David Marshall off his line when his effort from the halfway line sailed over the shot-stopper.

There are plenty of Euro 2020 fixtures still to come, with the knockout stages now looming and the last-16 taking shape.

RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch Czech Republic v England on TV and online. Plus, find out who England could play in the Euro 2020 knockout stages.

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When is Czech Republic v England on TV?

Czech Republic v England will take place on Tuesday 22nd June 2021. Check out our Euro 2020 fixtures and live football on TV guides for the latest times and information, plus find out how to watch every game with our Euro 2020 TV schedule.

What time is kick-off?

Czech Republic v England will kick off at 8pm. The final round of group stage games will kick off simultaneously within group in either the 5pm or 8pm UK time slots.

What TV channel is Czech Republic v England on?

Fans can tune in to watch the game for free on ITV from 7pm. Games will be split between ITV and BBC throughout the tournament with every single moment of every match being broadcast on free-to-air TV.

How to live stream Czech Republic v England online

You can also live stream the match via ITV Hub on a range of devices including laptops, smartphones and tablets.

Czech Republic v England team news

Czech Republic: Injured goalkeeper Jiri Pavlenka has been replaced in the squad by Augsburg's Tomas Koubek.

Schick's brace against Scotland took him to eight goals in his last nine starts for the Czech Republic but highly-rated teenager Adam Hlozek will be pushing for some minutes to show what he can offer.

England: Harry Maguire, Jordan Henderson, Jack Grealish and Bukayo Saka have all been tipped to start this one in a slightly rotated XI.

Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell will miss the game due to COVID protocols after coming into contact with Scotland midfielder Billy Gilmour, who tested positive after the England game, though no Scottish players have been made to isolate.

Czech Republic v England odds

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Our prediction: Czech Republic v England

Southgate will not play any games in terms of finishing second in the group to potentially book a kinder Round of 16 draw.

He will be determined to win this one, despite that putting England on a collision course to face France, Portugal or Germany in the first knockout clash.

The likes of Jack Grealish and Marcus Rashford will be hoping to push for a start, but it remains to be seen whether Southgate is willing to loosen the shackles on his side.

England's centre-backs (and Jordan Pickford!) will need to be on their toes with Schick turning out to be the star of the tournament so far.

If the attacking line-up clicks, this should be a relatively comfortable victory despite clear issues against Scotland, but the Czechs are not to be taken lightly going into this one.

Our prediction: Czech Republic 0-2 England (7/1 at bet365)

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