ENGLAND continue their Nations League adventure with a tough clash against Denmark tonight.
But the Three Lions will be without Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood after the pair were AXED for bringing back girls to the team hotel in Iceland, breaking strict Covid-19 rules.
When is Denmark vs England?
- Kick-off tonight in Copenhagen is all set for 7.45pm BST.
- The Parken Stadium plays host.
- The match is a Group A2 fixture of the Nations League.
What TV channel and live stream is Denmark vs England on?
- Denmark vs England will be live on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.
- Sky begin their coverage at 7pm.
- Those without a Sky subscription can grab a Now TV pass from £9.99.
What is the team news?
Foden and Greenwood will play no part for England – they have been dropped from Gareth Southgate's squad for "inviting girls back" to the team hotel in Iceland last week, breaking Covid rules.
Southgate said: "It's a very serious situation and we have treated it that way and have acted as quickly as we have been able to.
"We have dealt with it appropriately. I recognise their age but the whole world is dealing with this pandemic."
What other Nations League games are on?
- Group C2 Armenia vs Estonia (17:00)
- C2 Georgia vs North Macedonia (17:00)
- A2 Belgium vs Iceland (19:45)
- A2 Denmark vs England (19:45)
- A3 France vs Croatia (19:45)
- A3 Sweden vs Portugal (19:45)
- C1 Cyprus vs Azerbaijan (19:45)
- C1 Luxembourg vs Montenegro (19:45)
- D2 San Marino vs Liechtenstein (19:45)
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