England Under 21s will be looking to make it two wins on the bounce when they face Israel at Euro 2023… but how can you watch it? And what time does it start?
- Lee Carsley’s England face Israel in their second game at the Under 21 Euros
- The Young Lions defeated Czech Republic in their first game on Thursday
- Israel drew with holders Germany in their first game at this year’s tournament
Lee Carsley’s England Under 21s will be looking to make it two wins in a row when they face Israel at Euro 2023.
The Young Lions got off to the perfect start on Thursday when they defeated Czech Republic.
Goals from Jacob Ramsey and Emile Smith Rowe gave Carsley’s side a 2-0 victory in their opening game.
As for Israel, they come into the game after drawing 1-1 with holders Germany in their first group stage game.
With England’s clash with Israel fast approaching, how can you watch the game? What time does it start? Mail Sport provides the answers below.
England U21 will be looking to pick up their second win in a row against Israel this weekend
Goals from Jacob Ramsey and Emile Smith Rowe gave England a 2-0 win against Czech Republic in their first game at Euro 2023
When is England vs Israel?
The clash between the two teams will take place tomorrow, with kick-off at 5pm.
Tomorrow’s showdown between England and Israel will take place at the Shengelia Arena in Georgia.
Carsley’s side have won four of their last five games heading into tomorrow evening’s clash with Israel.
How to watch
While England U21s kick off their European Championship campaign on this evening, supporters will not be able to watch their progress on TV.
No UK broadcasters have picked up the rights for the competition. Sky Sports committed to showing the 2021 tournament, which saw England eliminated from the group stage, but have not bid for the rights this time.
Fans will instead be able to watch the game on UEFA’s official website.
Lee Carsley’s side have won four of their last five matches heading into the clash with Israel
Emile Smith Rowe will be pushing for a start against Israel after scoring England’s second goal in their opening game.
James Garner looks set to feature from the off in an unfamiliar fullback role, while Max Aarons is also in line to keep his place in the starting eleven.
After helping the side keep a cleansheet in the opening game, Levi Colwill is expected to partner Taylor Harwood-Bellis at the back.
As for Israel, Dor Turgeman, who scored the sides only goal against Germany, is expected to lead the line along with Oscar Gloukh.
Eden Kartsev will miss the game against the Young Lions after being sent off on Thursday.
Predicted England U21 XI (4-4-2): Trafford, Garner, Harwood-Bellis, Colwill, Aarons; Madueke, Jones, Gomes, Ramsey; Gibbs-White, Gordon
Predicted Israel U21 XI (5-3-2): Peretz; Jaber, Lemkin, Gandelman, Cohen, Revivo; Bilu, Bar, Azulay; Turgeman, Gloukh
Emile Smith Rowe will be pushing for a start against Israel after scoring England’s second goal against Czech Republic
Everton’s James Garner is in line to start from the off against Israel tomorrow evening
England to win – 2/7
Israel to win – 8/1
Draw – 15/4
All odds via Paddy Power and correct at the time of publication.