England return to UEFA Nations League this weekend as they take on the world’s top ranked side in Belgium.
The Three Lions have struggled so far in this season’s international campaign, needing a last-minute penalty to beat Iceland before a lifeless draw in Denmark.
Belgium, meanwhile, have seen off those two opponents with ease and top Group A2.
Gareth Southgate will want to see better from men as they welcome the Red Devils to the home of football.
England and Belgium clashed twice at the World Cup in 2018 – with Belgium emerging victorious on both occasions.
England’s build-up to this game has been hit by more off-field problems but their ‘second string’ side did impress in the friendly win over Wales.
talkSPORT will be in attendance to see if the Three Lions can recapture their top form against the might of Belgium.
England v Belgium: How to listen
This match will get under way at 5pm on Sunday, October 11.
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England v Belgium: What has been said?
Gareth Southgate sent a warning to England’s absent players that they must fight for their positions in his team following their win over Wales.
“That in essence is the really big lesson for anyone in that situation, you want to be involved and playing,” he said when asked about the importance of a player doing everything they can to keep their place.
“When you have the shirt or a place in the squad you don’t want to allow other people to have the opportunity to take it and whenever we give debuts or give time on the pitch to guys who deserve it.
“There is opportunity there for them to grab a place and push themselves up the pecking order. Several did that and there is competition for places, not just the squad we named but players just outside that.”
Tammy Abraham, Ben Chilwell and Jadon Sancho were all missing for the 3-0 victory having breached Covid guidelines at the weekend.
Southgate added: “All three players have tested negatively.
“But Ben has had some illness which we think is minor but as a precaution we have kept him separate from the group at the moment.
“There is a strong chance he won’t be with us for the UEFA testing in the morning, which would rule him out on Sunday but we would expect Tammy and Jadon to be available for that.”
England v Belgium: Confirmed teams
England: Pickford, Walker, Dier, Maguire, Alexander-Arnold, Trippier, Rice, Henderson, Mount, Rashford, Calvert-Lewin
Subs: Pope, Mings, Coady, James, Maitland-Niles, Phillips, Ward-Prowse, Grealish, Dean Henderson, Ings, Kane, Sancho
Belgium: TO FOLLOW
Subs: TO FOLLOW