England vs Norway: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watchHow to watch and stream the England women's national team's game against Norway on TV and online in the United Kingdom England women's national team will play their final match of an unforgettable year on Tuesday, facing Norway in a friendly in Spain. The Lionesses won their first major tournament in the summer when they beat Germany in extra time in the final of Euro 2022, at Wembley. They remain unbeaten under head coach Sarina Wiegman, who took over in August 2021.
However, during these two-game international windows, she does tend to make a tweak or two for the second fixture. There are absences for this game from the first, too, with Beth Mead sent home for personal reasons while Lotte Wubben-Moy has picked up a knock. That could mean a start for the in-form Lauren James or Ebony Salmon, the young centre forward who was excellent off the bench against Japan.
Now, they want to taste success at the 2023 Women's World Cup and Tuesday's game is another important step in their preparation for next summer's big event. Norway may have suffered a humiliating 8-0 defeat to England in the group stages of this year's Euros, but they are a much better side than that result suggests and putting on a good display in this game will be important as they work towards their own goals at the World Cup. The Scandinavian nation have a different coach for this meeting and it is a familiar one, too, as Hege Riise had a short spell in charge of the Lionesses - and Great Britain's Olympic squad. GOAL has all the details on how to watch this game on TV in the UK, as well as how to stream it live online. England vs Norway date & kick-off timeGame:England vs NorwayDate:November 15, 2022Kick-off:7pm GMTVenue:Pinatar Arena, SpainHow to watch England vs Norway on TV & live stream onlineCountryTV channelLive streamUKITV4ITV HubEngland team news and squadWiegman has a reputation for sticking with the same starting line-up, not making a single change to it during the triumphant Euros campaign.
There could perhaps be changes in defence as well, with Lucy Bronze sent home with a minor injury and Maya Le Tissier, in great form at Manchester United, hoping for a debut. Fran Kirby had to withdraw from the camp due to illness, with Jordan Nobbs and Lauren Hemp doing the same because of injuries, which is why they will not be involved. Jess Carter and Demi Stokes were not selected. England predicted XI: Earps; Le Tissier, Bright, Greenwood, Daly; Walsh, Stanway, Toone; Kelly, Salmon, James. PositionPlayersGoalkeepers:Mary Earps, Ellie Roebuck, Sandy MacIverDefenders:Millie Bright, Rachel Daly, Niamh Charles, Esme Morgan, Maya Le Tissier, Gabby George, Alex GreenwoodMidfielders:Keira Walsh, Georgia Stanway, Ella Toone, Katie Zelem, Jess ParkForwards:Nikita Parris, Chloe Kelly, Alessia Russo, Lauren James, Ebony Salmon, Katie RobinsonNorway team news and squadThere are plenty of changes to the Norway squad from the last selection in October, which saw Riise have to deal with a number of injuries.