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(ONLINE) Today: England v Colombia live stream 12 August 2023


m. ET Canada 6:30 a. ET UK 11:30 a. BST Australia 8:30 p. m. AEST India 4 p. m. IST Hong Kong 6:30 p. HKT Malaysia 6:30 p. MYT Singapore 6:30 p. m. SGT New Zealand 10:30 p. m. NZT MORE: Watch the Women's World Cup in USA live on Fubo Where to watch England vs Colombia This exciting quarterfinal matchup will be available to watch in countries and territories around the world on both TV and live streaming options. The game will be broadcast in the UK on ITV and ITVX. TV channel Streaming FOX, Telemundo, Universo Fubo, Fox Sports site/app, Peacock, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo (Spanish) ITV, RTE 2, STV Scotland ITVX, RTE Player Optus Sport TSN1, TSN 4, TSN 5, CTV, RDS TSN+, RDS app, CTV App Star Sports 1 FanCode, Hotstar VIP, Jio TV, Sky Sport 1 NZ, Prime TV Sky Sport NOW, Prime TV FIFA WWC CH01 meWATCH Now Sports Prime Now Player — FIFA+ Fans in select regions of the world can stream the Women's World Cup live on FIFA+, including in Japan, Brazil, Indonesia and Thailand.




When is England v Colombia? The 2023 Women's World Cup quarter-final between England and Colombia kicks off at 11:30 UK time on Saturday, August 12 in Sydney. Which TV channel is England v Colombia on? Coverage of England v Colombia will be shown on ITV1. How to watch a live stream of England v ColombiaYou can watch a live stream of the match in the UK on ITVX. How to follow England v Colombia via live updatesWe will be hosting live text coverage of the match on TNT Sports. What will England do without James? Lauren James’ red card ultimately didn’t cost England in the last 16, but what will it mean for their chances going forward? James did not start the opening game of the tournament but was still England’s standout player in the group stage, scoring the winner against Denmark and then having a hand in five goals in the 6-1 win over China.


England projected starting lineup (4-4-2): 1-Earps (GK) — 16-Carter, 6-Bright, 5-Greenwood — 2- Bronze, 8-Stanway, 4-Walsh, 9-Daly — 10-Toone — 23-Russo, 18-Kelly Colombia's most exciting player at the World Cup so far has been 18-year-old Linda Caicedo, who scored twice in the opening two matches including a goal of the tournament contender against Germany. Catalina Usme, who captained the side in the absence of Daniela Montoya against Jamaica, has also been hugely effective, scoring the winning goal in the game as well as in the opening match against South Korea.


Colombia reached the last eight for the first time with a 1-0 win over Jamaica. France or Australia await in the semis. England 'ready to face any team and anything' after 'unbelievable' win - BrightEngland's quest to win the 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand will continue when they face Colombia in the quarter-finals. England are undefeated at the tournament and have only conceded one goal in four matches. Colombia, meanwhile, topped Group H, earning a shock win over Germany in the process. Will the Lionesses get the better of Colombia and set up a semi-final against France or Australia? Here is everything you need to know ahead of England's quarter-final clash with Colombia.


MORE: World Cup attendance tracker England vs Colombia lineups, team news The big question for England is how they will replace the suspended Lauren James, who has been a revelation for the Lionesses; Ella Toone could replace her at the attacking midfield spot if England stay with their 3-4-1-2 formation they have used in the past two games. They may also opt for a change up front, with Chloe Kelly potentially entering the side for Lauren Hemp, who was underwhelming against Nigeria. Jessica Carter, captain Millie Bright and Alex Greenwood look set to start once again in the back three, with Lucy Bronze and Rachel Daly providing the width in the side. There is also a fresh injury concern with star midfielder Keira Walsh, who limped off at the end of extra-time in their last match, Jordan Nobbs or Katie Zelem would be most likely to replace the Barcelona midfielder if she is deemed unfit for the quarterfinal.


Sarina Wiegman started the World Cup without James in the XI and may now return to the midfield of Keira Walsh, Ella Toone and Georgia Stanway that featured in the opener against Haiti. It was feared that Walsh could miss several games following an injury against Denmark, but she returned against Nigeria and played 120 minutes. TNT Sports presents the premium live sports rights previously carried by BT Sport including the Premier League, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Conference League, Gallagher Premiership Rugby, Heineken Champions Cup, EPCR Challenge Cup, MotoGP, Cricket, UFC, Boxing and WWE.


They will be without the attacker, who has three goals and three assists to her name, for the next two matches, but will back themselves to get the job done against a Colombia side that has defied expectations in Australia. They topped Group H with two wins, and then defeated Jamaica in a tight Round of 16 clash to qualify for the quarterfinals for the first time ever. MORE: All the details on the Women's World Cup quarterfinals What time is England vs Colombia kickoff? England's quarterfinal against Colombia will begin at 8:30 p. m. local time at Stadium Australia in Sydney. Here is how that time translates to selected territories around the world: Date Kickoff time USA Sat, August 12 6:30 a.


England v Colombia at Women's World Cup 2023: Kick-off time and live stream and TV channel details for quarter-final - EurosportByEurosportPublished 08/08/2023 at 14:19 GMTEngland will continue their pursuit of a first Women's World Cup victory when they face Colombia in the quarter-finals. Sarina Wiegman's side battled to a last-16 win over Nigeria after seeing forward Lauren James sent off for a stamp on Michelle Alozie.


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