Northern Ireland enter the Lionessses’ den this afternoon in a crunch World Cup qualifier.
Kenny Shiels’ side face England in their latest Group D game.
The fixture has added significance as it is England’s first competitive game at the new Wembley.
It is also a massive glamour occasion for Northern Ireland who will be looking to put on a positive display at the ‘Home of Football’.
Both sides have won both their opening two World Cup qualifiers without conceding a goal, but something is sure to give this afternoon.
Here’s more info on the game and how to watch it:
When and where is the game?
The game is at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, October 23.
What time is kick-off?
The game kicks off at 5.15pm.
Is it on TV?
Yes, the game is being shown live on ITV with coverage starting at 4.30pm.
Can I live stream it?
Yes, the game. can be streamed on the ITV Hub.
Any other coverage?
Yes, Belfast Live will be live blogging all the action from Wembley.
- England 1/100
- N Ireland 28/1
- Draw 16/1
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