England vs Norway is an upcoming 2014 friendly match which will be played on third September 2014. Find here match preview with time and TV telecast channels of this game. After a disappointment performance in Brazil World Cup, the British will now look for a decent performance. The blue lions were eliminated in group stage round of summer World Cup without a single win. The last head to head between the two giants held in Euro 2012 competition which was 1–0 victory of three lions.
England vs Norway 2014 Time & TV Channels
|Competition||International Friendlies 2014|
|Date||3 Sept [GMT], 4 Sept [IST]|
|Time||7:00pm [GMT], 12:20am [IST]|
|Seating capacity||90,000 spectators|
|Home team||The Three Lions|
Fox Soccer 2Go, Fox Sports 2
Telecast channels in other nations are given below
United Kingdom: STV Scotland, The ITV Player, Talksport Radio UK
Norway: Viasat Fotball Norway
United States: Fox Soccer 2Go, Fox Sports 2 USA, Fox Deportes
Canada: Sportsnet World, Sportsnet Now
Argentina: ESPN + Andina, ESPN Play Latin America
Croatia: Sportklub 3 Croatia
France: beIN Sports Connect, beIN Sports 2
Germany: Servus TV
Netherlands: Fox Sports 4
New Zealand: Sommet Sports
Russia: Russia State Television
Singapore: 111 mio Sports 1
South Africa: Supersport 3, Supersport Internet 3
Ukraine: Futbol 1
England vs Norway 2014 Friendly Preview
England: Hart, Baines, Cahill, Stones, Jones, Henderson, Wilshere, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Sterling, Sturridge, Wayne Rooney
Norway: Jarstein, Hogli, Forren, Nordveit, Elabdellaoui, Samuelsen, Jenssen, Odegaard, Daehli, Elyounoussi, Kamara
In fairness to Hodgson, the national manager did pick youngsters for Brazil in an attempt to freshen up the side, and that policy should continue against the Scandinavians.
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The three lions have not won any match out of their last 5 international meetings. Their last clash was against Costa Rica which was a goalless draw of Brazil World Cup campaign.
Norway have also same record as that of England. The team also have not won any game in last five international games. The team also failed to qualify for the finals of FIFA World Cup 2014.
It is just a friendly match which is expected to be witnessed by record low attendence. The FA [Football Associations] believes that about 35,000 to 40,000 spectators will witness this friendly. The FA hopes its estimation will be surpassed by late ticket purchases, yet the expectations are that Hodgson’s side are unlikely to receive the kind of support on offer before their campaign in Brazil.