England vs Croatia Euro 2021 live stream, Start time, TV listings, How to Watch Online: England and Croatia will have their first Euro 2021 Match on 13th June 2021. The venue and schedule for the campaign between the two will be Wembley Stadium in London, at 3 pm local time. Here we have to dive into detail about England vs Croatia match preview, prediction, and also head-to-head analysis.
Quick Guide: How to Watch Euro England vs Croatia Live stream From Anywhere in 3 Easy Steps
What time does England vs Croatia kick off?
This Euro clash will kick off at 2pm on Sunday 13 June.
The match will be held at Olympic Stadium, Baku.
What TV channel is England vs Croatia on? and can I live stream it?
How to watch on TV (International TV Coverage):
Australia: Optus Sport
Austria: SRF zwei
Bolivia: Tigo Sports Bolivia
France: beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Germany: SRF zwei
Ireland: BBC Sport Web, S4C, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC One, BBC iPlayer
Switzerland: RSI La 2, RTS 2, RTS Sport, SRF zwei
United Kingdom: BBC Sport Web, BBC iPlayer, BBC One, S4C, BBC Radio 5 Live
United States: ESPN
England vs Croatia live Streaming: You can watch the match live via fuboTV. Sign up now for a free 14 day trial. You can also watch the match live on ESPN+.
England vs Croatia Match Preview
At the upcoming England vs Croatia Euro 2021 contest, team England stands out to be promising and favorite among the two, mainly due to home advantage. However, one must not overlook Croatia that squashed team England out of the 2018 World Cup semi-final match. England stands way ahead of team Croatia with seven wins and one loss in eight matches. Also, the results of the individual match are more significant. They hold an outstanding record of winning matches against the Czech Republic with 5-0, 7-0 against Montenegro, and 6-0 against Bulgaria.
Croatia had to work hard to prove itself against the strong side of England. So far the team had managed to close the contest with five wins, three losses, and two draws. However, there is a huge expectation from the 2018 World Cup finalists to provide stiff competition for the Belgian squad.
England vs Croatia Team News
England: This time at the upcoming Euro 2021 championship, star performer Harry Maguire is expected to miss the game and thus Southgate will replace him at the center back. Also due to the Trent Alexander-Arnolds injury, Brighton’s Ben White will be positioned at the center back.
With the recent outstanding performance by Jack Grealish, he will be once again seen at the starting spot for the team England.
Croatia: As always Coach Zlatko Dalic will once again go with his 4-2-3-1 setup for his team. There is still uncertainty about Chelsea’s Mateo Kovacic playing despite being one of the most persistent and most capped players in the squad.
Luka Modric, Ante Rebic, and Ivan Perisic will once again start with an aggressive stance for the team as being delivered with a 1-0 win against the recent clash with Belgium. Nikola Vlasic will be seen at the No.10 position to defend the opponents successfully.
England Vs Croatia Predicted line-ups
England: Pickford; Walker, Stones, Mings, Trippier; Rice, Phillips; Foden, Mount, Sterling; Kane
Croatia: Livakovic; Barisic, Lovren, Vida, Vrsaljko; Kovacic, Modric, Brozovic; Perisic, Petkovic, Rebic.
England Vs Croatia Head to Head
England and Croatia have played a total of 10 matches against each other and going through the head-to-head analysis, team England is leading the chart with five wins, three losses, and two draws. Croatia’s 2-1 victory at the 2018 World Cup 2-1 against England is enough for the team to make a strong comeback at the upcoming Euro 2021 championship. Three Lions are aiming big and eagerly waiting to bring home the title once again, since the only time back in 1966.
|LAST FIVE GAMES||DATE||COMPETITION|
|England||2-1||Croatia||18 Nov, 2018||UEFA Nations League|
|Croatia||0-0||England||13 Oct, 2018||UEFA Nations League|
|Croatia||2-1||England||11 Jul, 2018||FIFA World Cup|
|England||5-1||Croatia||10 Sep, 2009||FIFA World Cup Qualifying – UEFA|
|Croatia||1-4||England||11 Sep, 2008||FIFA World Cup Qualifying –|