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England vs Slovakia TV channel, kick-off time and stream details for Euro 2024 knockout fixture

England will face Slovakia in the knockout stages of Euro 2024, with fans hoping they can turn their lacklustre displays around.

Despite a somewhat uninspiring start in Germany, Gareth Southgate's squad will be keen to deliver a more thrilling performance for their supporters. Although they managed to top Group C, England secured just one victory from their three group matches, scoring a mere two goals against Serbia, Denmark, and Slovenia.

A triumph for England would see them face Switzerland in the quarter-finals after their 2-0 win over Italy. As we approach Sunday's match, MEN Sport has provided you with all the details about the match.

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The game is scheduled to begin at 5pm on Sunday (June 30) at the Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen.

This is the only stadium where England have tasted victory in the tournament so far, thanks to Jude Bellingham's winning goal against Serbia in England's Euro 2024 opener.

The England v Slovakia match will be broadcast on ITV 1 and will be hosted by Mark Pougatch. Coverage will start at 3:30pm.

The match can also be streamed live online via the ITVX platform and app, which is compatible with various devices.

*Correct at the time of writing

According to BetVictor, England are the strong favourites at 1/7 to beat Slovakia and advance to the quarter-finals, while the Eastern-European nation stands at 4/1 to cause a major upset by defeating the Three Lions.

The odds for a draw are set at 13/2, which could lead to extra time and potentially penalties if the teams remain tied after an additional 30 minutes.

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