England vs. Norway: TV channel, live stream, lineups & prediction

England vs. Norway

On Tuesday night in Spain’s Pinatar Arena, England will play Norway in their last 2022 encounter.

If the Lionesses are victorious, they will have gone the complete year of 2022 without suffering a defeat last

The last time these two teams faced, in the group stage of the Euro 2022 tournament, England scored a record-breaking 8-0 victory against Norway. Hege Riise has replaced Martin Sjogren as Norway’s head coach after the team’s early withdrawal from the Euros. Riise commanded Team GB at the 2021 Olympics in Tokyo and briefly oversaw English national team affairs, causing some controversy with her roster choices.

How and where can I watch England’s match vs Norway?
When do we get started? 15 November, 8:00 PM Tuesday (GMT)
Which stadium will be hosting the game? Streaming or cable access to the Pinatar Arena? ITV4
When does protection begin? 18:15 (GMT) (GMT)

Team England Updates
England’s Beth Mead, who withdrew from the squad on Saturday owing to family obligations, will not be participating. After suffering a slight injury, Lucy Bronze has returned to Barcelona and is thus not with the Lionesses.

Leah Williamson, Lauren Hemp, and Fran Kirby are still sidelined. Williamson was not chosen for the November camp because of an injury, while Hemp and Kirby withdrew from the program because of their health problems.

Earps; Morgan, Le Tissier, Bright, Daly; Walsh, Stanway, Toone; James, Russo, and Kelly are the probable starters for England (4-3-3) again against predicted predictedpredicted Norway.
The Predicted final score for England vs. Norway
As a result of Bronze and Mead’s absence, England will be playing without ten players of their Euro 2022 winning side on Tuesday. Nonetheless, the Lionesses demonstrated their depth on Friday night as they soundly defeated Japan despite missing a large number of starters.

When compared to Brighton four months ago, Norway will be a far tougher challenge. England should still be favored to win against this squad, despite their success against the Netherlands in October and their tight loss to France in their most recent match.

An England victory predicted by the oddsmakers, with a score of 2-0 over Norway