England v Colombia: Where, when and how to watch the World Cup clash
How to watch the last-16 tie
England come into the knockout stages off the back of a 1-0 loss to Belgium in the final group-game.
It was strangely billed as a game neither side particularly wanted to go all out for the win. But England manager Gareth Southgate will hope his side can carry the feel-good atmosphere into this one.
Colombia started the tournament slowly but won their last two games to top their group.
The Coral News Team give you the lowdown on how to watch the big game…
What is it?
England face Colombia in the last-16 with a quarter-final spot at stake.
Colombia beat Senegal 1-0 in their last game.
It’s touch-and-go on the fitness of James Rodriguez but Juan Quintero and Radamel Falcao are likely to cause some problems.
The Three Lions were downed 1-0 by Belgium to finish second in Group G.
Southgate rested captain Harry Kane and the majority of their first-choice side for the game, but they should all come back in for this one.
When is it?
This is the eighth and final round of 16 match-up. The two nations face off on Tuesday 3rd July at 7:00PM UK Time
Where is it?
England and La Tricolor go head-to-head in Russia’s capital city of Moscow.
The game will be played at the Spartak Stadium, home of top-flight side Spartak Moscow.
This will be the fifth and final game the stadium hosts in the tournament.
There has been at least two goals in every match so far.
Where can I watch it?
You can tune in to the live coverage from 6.15pm UK Time on ITV.
It will be anchored by ITV’s chief sports presenter Mark Pougatch.
He will be joined by Gary Neville, Ian Wright and Lee Dixon.
If you’re in the UK but without access you can watch the whole of England v Colombia on ITV Hub.
This can be found via desktop, mobile or tablet.
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