Nations League: Full fixture list and how to watch on TV and live stream

    Nations League trophy
    The Nations League is nearing its group stage conclusion (Picture: PHILIPPE DESMAZES/AFP via Getty Images)

    The Nations League is drawing to a close for 2022, with just two group games left for each country.

    England are fighting to avoid relegation to League B following a torrid campaign, with the Three Lions currently marooned at the bottom of their group.

    Wales are also facing relegation from their League A group, having picked up just one point from their four games under manager Rob Page.

    Scotland are looking to replace England and Wales in League A, with Steve Clarke’s men in second place and facing a crucial double header against group leaders Ukraine.

    And Northern Ireland could be facing the League C trap door, with just two points collected from their four games meaning relegation to League D is a real possibility.

    The final two rounds of matches will also determine which four League A teams will progress to the Nations League finals in June 2023.

    Phil Foden playing for England in the Nations League
    England have had a troubled Nations League (Picture: Visionhaus/Getty Images)

    The Nations League fixtures will be the last competitive fixtures European nations play before the World Cup.

    Full fixture list

    Every UEFA nation will be involved in Nations League action over the next week.

    How to watch on TV and live stream

    England’s matches will be shown live on Channel 4 with coverage of both of their games starting at 7pm.

    Their matches against Italy and Germany will also be shown on live stream via All 4.

    Wales’ fixtures with Belgium and Poland will be on S4C, with a live stream available for both games on Premier Sports 1.

    Scotland vs Ukraine will be shown on ITV 4, with a live stream on Premier Sports 1.

    Their clash with the Republic of Ireland will be shown on Premier Sports 1.

    Meanwhile, Northern Ireland vs Kosovo will be on Premier Sports 1, while Greece vs Northern Ireland will be broadcast on Free Sports.

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