How to watch the Nations League 2022: TV channel guide, full list of fixtures
How to watch the Nations League 2022: TV channel guide, full list of fixtures this week and UK live stream. The final Nations League fixtures will take place during the international break with both England and Wales at threat of relegation from League A.
England and Wales will play in their final two matches before jetting off to Qatar for the World Cup in November as this year’s Uefa Nations League group stage draws to a close.
The Three Lions reached the Nations League finals in the inaugural tournament four years ago but are at serious risk of relegation from League A this time around following a calamitous summer in which they took only two points from four games.
Although Gareth Southgate’s squad earned a creditable draw against Germany in Munich and shared a point with Italy back in June, they were beaten home and away by Hungary including by a humbling 4-0 scoreline at Molineux.
That result, which was England’s heaviest home defeat since 1928, piled the pressure on Southgate and he will be hoping for much-improved performances against Italy (at the San Siro) and Germany (at Wembley) during this international break.
Wales are the only other home nation in the top tier of the Nations League, but they too have struggled and are on course for a demotion to League B with just one point to show from their four matches.
In fairness to Rob Page and his players, they had far more pressing matters to attend to during the previous round of Nations League fixtures which coincided with their World Cup play-off final against Ukraine. A 1-0 win in Cardiff secured Wales’ spot at the World Cup for the first time since 1958.
They play Belgium in Brussels before hosting Poland in Cardiff where they can surely expect to receive a rapturous send-off from supporters in their final match before taking on the USA in Qatar on 21 November.
Elsewhere, Scotland meet the Republic of Ireland in Glasgow while Northern Ireland welcome Kosovo to Windsor Park before travelling to Greece for their final fixture.
The Nations League finals will be contested by the four group winners of League A – currently Denmark, Spain, Hungary and the Netherlands – in the form of two semi-finals and a final from 14-18 June 2023.