England vs Senegal: World Cup 2022 – LIVE!

England face Senegal tonight in the last-16 as the World Cup well and truly kicks into gear. It’s been largely serene progress for Gareth Southgate’s side so far, topping Group B with seven points and scoring nine goals along the way to book their place in the knockout stage.

The goalscoring form of the Three Lions has presented Southgate with a selection dilemma. Bukayo Saka and Raheem Sterling shone in the big win over Iran, but since then Phil Foden and particularly Marcus Rashford have impressed, with serious competition for the two wide spots either side of Harry Kane.

It’s a first meeting between England and Senegal, the current Africa Cup of Nations champions looking to match their best ever World Cup performance by reaching the quarter-finals. Even without Sadio Mane, they look well capable of giving the Three Lions a real test tonight in what is likely to be a nervy affair. Follow all the action LIVE below with our dedicated match blog, featuring expert insight and analysis from Dan Kilpatrick and Nizaar Kinsella at Al Bayt Stadium.

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How to watch England vs Senegal

TV channel: In the UK, the match will be televised free-to-air and live on ITV, with coverage beginning at 6pm.

Live stream: Fans can also catch the game live online via ITVX and ITV website.

Live blog: You can follow all the action right here, with Dan Kilpatrick and Nizaar Kinsella providing expert analysis from Al Bayt Stadium!


Good afternoon!

Hello and welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of England vs Senegal!

We’ve got to the serious business in the World Cup, the last-16 now very much up and running, and these two sides are the latest to try and book their place in the quarter-finals.

The Three Lions are certainly favourites to do just that, their comfortable wins over Iran and Wales putting the attacking talent on full display. This is set to be a step up though.

We’ll have all the latest updates, build-up and team news ahead of kick-off, which comes at 7pm GMT from the Al Bayt Stadium.

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