Montenegro versus England Preview: Where to Watch, Live Stream, Kick Off Time and Team News
Britain will catch up their Euro 2020 qualifying effort opening triumph against the Czech Republic with a visit to Montenegro on Monday night.
The Three Lions will trust augment their focuses return in their initial two amusements and will need to gather speed with the Nations League finals not too far off this late spring.
Gareth Southgate’s side awed in their past match as they thrashed the Czech Republic and will look include another exhaustive execution here against the side positioned 46th on the planet.
Look at 90min’s review of the conflict underneath.
Where to Watch
When Is Kick Off? Monday 25 March
What Time Is Kick Off? 19:45 (BST)
Where Is It Played? Podgorica City Stadium
Television slot/Live Stream? ITV1
Gareth Southgate had various players pull back from his squad through damage preceding the diversion with the Czech Republic.
The England manager lost Fabian Delph, John Stones, Luke Shaw, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Marcus Rashford before the opening amusement.
Eric Dier was substituted ahead of schedule into the amusement with the Czech Republic and England will be without the Spurs man for the outing to Montenegro.
Southgate will hope to turn his side with the goal that tiredness does not turn into a factor thus that he can examine a portion of different players in the squad.
Montenegro will miss previous Manchester City striker Stevan Jovetic, who has pulled back from the squad through damage.
Britain Heaton; Trippier, Maguire, Tarkowski, Rose; Ward-Prowse, Rice, Henderson; Sterling, Kane, Sancho.
Montenegro Petkovic; Marusic, Simic, Tomasevic, Stojkovic; Ivanic, Vukcevic, Jankovic, Mugosa, Vesovic; Beciraj.
No holds barred Record
Britain have confronted Montenegro multiple times in their history, with a not exactly excellent record against the little Balkan country.
Britain have just beaten Montenegro once since the side picked up participation to FIFA and UEFA in 2007. The other three diversions between the two countries finished in draws.
After Friday’s success, England are riding high on the back of some great outcomes. Their camaraderie is solid and they are urgently scoring objectives. Southgate will look further coordinate the more youthful players into his group to assemble their certainty and make a more prominent group attachment.
Britain will think back to late successes over Spain and World Cup enemy Croatia as evidence that they are moving the correct way under Southgate and will would like to get more triumphs under their belts in their up and coming matches.
Montenegro attracted with Bulgaria their past diversion, and preceding this had some blended outcomes in the Nations League.
Here’s the manner by which each side has fared in their last five matches.
Britain 5-0 Czech Republic (22/3) Bulgaria 1-1 Montenegro (22/3)
Britain 2-1 Croatia (18/11) Montenegro 0-1 Romania (20/11)
Britain 3-0 USA (15/11) Serbia 2-1 Montenegro (17/11)
Spain 2-3 England (15/10) Lithuania 1-4 Montenegro (14/10)
Croatia 0-0 England (12/10) Montenegro 0-2 Serbia (11/10)