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UEFA Euro Qualifiers - How to watch England vs Montenegro on November 14, 2019

November 12, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
England will be playing their 1000th international game with their ticket to the UEFA Euro closer than ever.

What has been England and Montenegro's form in the 2020 UEFA Euro Qualifiers?

England bounced back from their first loss in the UEFA Euro Qualifiers by beating Bulgaria 6-0 in their last clash. That game was tarnished by racist chants aimed at English footballers Marcus Rashford, Tyrone Mings and Raheem Sterling, which caused the dismissal of the Bulgarian team's boss and the resignation of its federation's president.

Montenegro has lost four out of their seven UEFA Euro Qualifiers, including their 2-0 loss to Kosovo last time out. Three out of their last five games have ended in a loss, and they were not able to score in their last drawn game against Bulgaria (0-0).

What is England and Montenegro's position in Group A of the 2020 UEFA Euro Qualifiers?

England sits at the top of Group A with five wins in six games, with the Czech Republic being the only one to beat Gareth Southgate's men. One more win or a draw for England would help them book their spot in the 2020 UEFA Euro.

Montenegro is fifth in Group A, with Bulgaria being the only team that has shown worse form than they have. This will be the last game for Montenegro in the UEFA Euro Qualifiers, where they will try not to finish as the worst team of the bunch.

England vs Montenegro - Head to head

  • This will be the sixth game between these teams.

  • England has won two of their previous games against Montenegro.

  • Montenegro has never beaten England.

  • The reverse fixture between these teams ended in a 5-1 win for England.

  • Montenegro has only been able to score five goals in five games against England.

  • The Three Lions have scored 12 goals against Montenegro in all comps.

  • This will be England's 1000th international game.

England vs Montenegro - Who's in and who's out?

England will be without five players for Thursday's match, as Tom Heaton and Ross Barkley have withdrawn from the squad due to physical problems. Fabian Delph is a doubt due to a hamstring injury, while Jordan Henderson will sit this game out due to a ban. Raheem Sterling has been sidelined due to a bust-up in the team's training session against Joe Gomez.

Montenegro will have to deal with two absences, as Adam Marusic and Aleksandar Scekic have been ruled out due to their respective injuries.

Aleksandar Boljevic, Vladimir Jovovic, Marko Simic, Marko Vesovic and Branislav Jankovic will miss the next match if they are booked in this game.

Broadcast info - England vs Montenegro

In the U.K.: ITV 1 UK, BBC Radio 5 Live, UTV, The ITV Hub, STV Scotland.

In the U.S.: TUDNXtra, ESPN+.

In Germany: DAZN Germany.

In Australia: Optus Sport.

In Mexico: Blue To Go Video Everywhere, Sky HD.

 

Match details, result and original broadcast info

England 7 - 0 Montenegro

November 14, 2019 2:45pmWembley Stadium (London)

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