England’s second Nations League campaign resumes on Sunday when Belgium come to Wembley.
Roberto Martinez’s side present a tough test for the Three Lions, coming to England as world number one.
They also, until Thursday's 1-1 draw with Ivory Coast, won 12 successive matches.
Belgium top the Nations League group A2, winning both of their matches so far – 2-0 in Denmark and 5-1 at home to Iceland, while England sit in second place thanks to a 1-0 win in Reykjavik and a goalless draw in Copenhagen.
The two teams last met at the 2018 World Cup in the group stages and the third place play-off, with the Red Devils winning both.
England come into the game unbeaten in five, and not conceding a goal either, with a much-changed line-up beating Wales 3-0 on Thursday.
What time is England vs Belgium?
Sunday’s Nations League group game kicks off at 5pm.
The group’s other two teams – Iceland and Denmark – kick-off in the Icelandic capital at 7.45pm.
Earlier in the day Ireland meet Wales in group B4 at 2pm, while later on Scotland host Slovakia at 7.45pm and Northern Ireland entertain Austria, also at 7.45pm.
England vs Belgium TV channel and live stream
Unlike Thursday’s friendly win over Wales, England’s Nations League campaign is not on ITV.
Instead fans will need Sky Sports. Coverage begins at 4pm on its Main Event channel and 4.30pm on Sky Sports Football.
Those who subscribe can also stream the game on either Sky Go or Now TV.
Other games being shown by Sky include those involving the home nations, as well as Croatia vs Sweden (5pm kick-off) and France vs Portugal (7.45pm kick-off).
Both of those matches are on Sky Sports Premier League.
England vs Belgium odds
England will welcome a Belgium side full of promise with Roberto Martinez's side the slight favourites going into Sunday's match.
Gareth Southgate's team suffered back-to-back defeats against Belgium in the World Cup in Russia so an advantage over them in the Nations League will go a long way.
Expect Captain Kane to return to line up and looking to cause a nightmare for the defence – he is 7/2 and England are Evens to score first too.
Jadon Sancho has proven to be a handful and the young winger is 16/5 to score anytime for the Three Lions which could be an appealing prospect. However, should Gareth Southgate keep faith in Jordan Pickford then expect goals from both sides.
Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard and Dries Martens are a dynamic front three which will be a challenge for 90 minutes. I'll say both teams to score and England to win, just, at 4/1.
Odds collected from thepools.com and are subject to change.
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