England vs Sweden: TV channel, live stream FREE, kick-off time, team news for HUGE Women's Euro 2022 semi-final tie | The Sun

ENGLAND resume their quest for Women's Euro 2022 success THIS TUESDAY when they take on Sweden in a mouth-watering semi-final at Bramall Lane.

Georgia Stanway's extra-time strike was enough for the Lionesses to complete a heroic comeback against Spain in the last-eight.

And it was a win that forced boss Sarina Wiegman to go 'a little crazy' considering England were six minutes away from crashing out of the tournament.

But Wiegman will be well aware not to get too carried away as Group C winners Sweden showed determination by scrapping a stoppage time winner in their quarter-final with Belgium.

Also, the Lionesses' last win against the Swedes came way back in the second leg of a 1984 final where Sweden still went proceeded to win the competition on penalties.

What time does England vs Sweden kick off?

  • England go toe-to-toe with Sweden on Tuesday, July 26.
  • It is scheduled to kick off at 8pm UK time.
  • Bramall Lane, the home of Sheffield United will be the allocated venue for this semi-final and it can host around 32,000 fans.
  • Sweden snatched the bronze medal from the Lionesses in a 2019Women's World Cup when these nations last met.

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What TV channel is England vs Sweden on and can I live stream it?

  • England vs Sweden will be broadcasted LIVE on BBC One in the UK.
  • Pre-match coverage is set to commence from 7:25pm UK time – 35 minutes before kick-off.
  • Viewers also have the option to stream the entire action via the BBC iPlayer app or BBC Sport website.

Can I watch England vs Sweden for FREE?

Yes, England vs Sweden will be FREE to all UK citizens who hold a valid TV licence.

Team news

Sarina Wiegman would have been delighted for her side to come out of that tough encounter with Spain unscathed.

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Which means that the England boss is expected to field the exact same eleven as last time out with chasing record-breaker Ellen White leading the line.

Elsewhere, Peter Gerhardsson made a number of changes for the side who snatched a stoppage time victory against Belgium.

But the Swedish manager could be tempted into leaving the likes of Linda Sembrant in the side as she scored the winning goal.

Latest odds

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  • England to win 4/5
  • Draw 5/2
  • Sweden to win 7/2

To qualify (incl ET and Pen)

  • England to qualify 2/5
  • Sweden to qualify 15/8

*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication

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