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Live stream the 2018 UEFA Nations League
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Sky Sports and ITV in the UK will show the games, from September through to the finals in June. Sky Sports will also broadcast the qualifiers for the 2020 Euro and 2022 World Cup.
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- Head to http://www.skysports.com/uefa-nations-league or https://www.itv.com/hub/itv
- Stream the event live!
When are international UEFA games? UEFA Nations League schedule
Note: all times below are in CET. Further details are available on the official UEFA website.
Thursday, October 11
Group A3: Poland v Portugal (20:45)
Group B2: Russia v Sweden (20:45)
Group C1: Israel v Scotland (20:45)
Group C4: Lithuania v Romania (20:45), Montenegro v Serbia (20:45)
Group D3: Faroe Islands v Azerbaijan (20:45), Kosovo v Malta (20:45)
Friday, October 12
Group A2: Belgium v Switzerland (20:45)
Group A4: Croatia v England (20:45)
Group B3: Austria v Northern Ireland (20:45)
Group C2: Greece v Hungary (20:45), Estonia v Finland (20:45)
Group D2: Belarus v Luxembourg (20:45), Moldova v San Marino (20:45)
Saturday, October 13
Group A1: Netherlands v Germany (20:45)
Group B1: Slovakia v Czech Republic (15:00)
Group B4: Republic of Ireland v Denmark (20:45)
Group C3: Norway v Slovenia (18:00), Bulgaria v Cyprus (20:45)
Group D1: Georgia v Andorra (18:00), Latvia v Kazakhstan (18:00)
Group D4: Armenia v Gibraltar (18:00), FYR Macedonia v Liechtenstein (20:45)
Sunday, October 14
Group A3: Poland v Italy (20:45)
Group B2: Russia v Turkey (18:00)
Group C1: Israel v Albania (20:45)
Group C4: Romania v Serbia (15:00), Lithuania v Montenegro (20:45)
Group D3: Azerbaijan v Malta (18:00), Faroe Islands v Kosovo (18:00)
Monday, October 15
Group A2: Iceland v Switzerland (20:45)
Group A4: Spain v England (20:45)
Group B3: Bosnia and Herzegovina v Northern Ireland (20:45)
Group C2: Estonia v Hungary (20:45), Finland v Greece (20:45)
Group D2: Belarus v Moldova (20:45), Luxembourg v San Marino (20:45)
Tuesday, October 16
Group A1: France v Germany (20:45)
Group B1: Ukraine v Czech Republic (20:45)
Group B4: Republic of Ireland v Wales (20:45)
Group C3: Norway v Bulgaria (20:45), Slovenia v Cyprus (20:45)
Group D1: Kazakhstan v Andorra (16:00), Latvia v Georgia (20:45)
Group D4: Armenia v FYR Macedonia (18:00), Gibraltar v Liechtenstein (20:45)
UEFA Nations League: What to watch for
So far, World Cup champion France has dominated proceedings, with impressive victories over fellow powerhouses Germany and the Netherlands. With a core of young talent hungry to impress, can Les Bleus complete a double over Die Mannschaft when the two teams meet again in October?
In League B, a Christian Eriksen-powered Denmark dispatched an impressive Wales side led by Gareth Bale. Both teams now face manageable schedules, can they secure promotion to League A?
Outside of the usual big-name stars, keep an eye on some of the underrated stars in the tournament, namely Icelandic magician Gylfi Sigurðsson and Serbian striker Aleksandar Mitrović. With Sigurðsson pulling the strings in midfield and Mitrović banging in the goals, Iceland and Serbia will be two teams to watch!