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Uefa Nations League: Where to watch this weekend

The Nations League continues this weekend and a host of games are being televised. Those with Sky Sports will benefit the most but Virgin Media are also covering games.

Friday 4th

Sky Sports are showing three games on Friday night simultaneously. Firstly, Scotland vs Israel is on Main Event. The Scots open their campaign at home to Israel. Czech Republic and Slovakia are the other teams in this group.

Meanwhile, on Sky Sports Football it’s Romania vs Northern Ireland. The Northern Irish hope to build on a good 2019 with an away win in Romania. On Monday, they’ll be at home to Norway.

Thirdly, Sky Sports News’ channel even has a game. Here, it’s The Netherlands vs Poland. This one could be exciting for the match-up between van Djik and Lewandowski.

All of these Nations League games kick-off at 19:45.

Saturday 5th

Those planning to stay in all day Saturday are not short of entertainment. Sky are starting with the 2 pm game between Macedonia and Armenia.

Next, England are out for revenge against Iceland. The 2-1 defeat at Euro 2016 still sits in the minds of many. Gareth Southgate has employed the services of a host of youngsters this time around. Also, Virgin Media Two are showing the game for those without Sky.

At the same time, Estonia and Georgia are on Sky Sports.

England’s group also contains Denmark and Belgium. These two face off at 19:45 on Sky Sports. Eden Hazard, de Bruyne, and Romelu Lukaku could all play in this game.

Again, Virgin Media Two are bringing Nations League coverage. Portugal vs Croatia is also at 19:45 for those who’d prefer to watch Cristiano Ronaldo. The Juventus striker just needs one goal to reach 100 for his country.

Sunday 6th

Sky Sports have two games on at 14:00. On Sports, Wales play Bulgaria. Ireland will be hoping Bulgaria can stop Wales winning two in a row.

Likewise, the Faroe Islands are going for back to back wins. They’re away to Andorra on Sky Football.

Then, Hungary and Russia is on Sky Sports at 17:00. Both of these teams won their opener so are battling for top spot.

Of course, Ireland have their first home game too. They host Finland at 17:00. Sky Football is the place to watch Stephen Kenny try and get his first win as manager.

Finally, Switzerland and Germany play on Sunday evening. At 19:45, Sky Football are giving a taster of Timo Werner in action ahead of his Premier League debut.

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