After suffering a 0-1 defeat at the hands of Brazil in their last outing, the England national football team will face Belgium at the Wembley Stadium in London on Saturday.

The international friendly between England and Belgium is slated to begin at 1:15 AM Indian Standard Time (IST).

England who have qualified for UEFA Euros 2024 will be looking to make full use of these friendlies to finetune their squad ahead of the European Championship in the summer.

The Three Lions topped Group C with 20 points from eight games to qualify for Euro 2024, while Belgium qualified after finishing first in Group F with 20 points in eight games.

As far as England is concerned, the likes of Harry Kane, Harry Maguire, Bukayo Saka, and Kyle Walker will miss the match due to injury concerns.

Belgium, on the other hand, will be without the likes of Kevin de Bryune and first-choice goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.

The Red Devils played out a goalless draw with the Republic of Ireland in their previous game and will hope for a more positive result against the English.

That said, there are plenty of star players on both teams who will be looking to have an impact in the match, making for an exciting clash between these two European giants.

England vs Belgium football head-to-head

England and Belgium have squared off on 25 occasions with the former dominating this fixture historically. The English have won this contest 16 times, while the Belgians have five wins. Four games between these sides have ended in draws in the past.

The last time these teams met was during the 2020 UEFA Nations League where Belgium beat England courtesy of strikes from Youri Tielemens and Dries Mertens.

Where to watch England vs Belgium international football friendly live in India

Live streaming of the England vs Belgium international football friendly will be available on the SonyLiv app and website.

Live telecast of the England vs Belgium international football friendly will be available on the Sony Ten 2 and Sony Ten 2 HD TV channels in India.

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