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England v. Portugal: how to watch U21 EURO Championship online, roster, live stream link

Harry Kane, Tom Carroll, and Alex Pritchard could all feature for ENGERLAND as they kick off their U21 EUROs today.

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Are you ready for some Under-21 European Championship action? England kicks off its EURO campaign in the Czech Republic with a key group stage match up versus Portugal. Stuart Pierce's men are one of the favorites to win the competition, in large part due to Harry Kane, who will unquestionably start up top today. Saido Barahino just dropped out of the squad due to injury, with Benik Afobe replacing him. Everton defender John Stones is also out after picking up a concussion in training and will miss at least two matches.

In addition to Kane, fellow Hotspurs Tom Carroll and Alex Pritchard are also on the ENGERLAND squad and could-slash-should feature.

This here's your open thread for this match. Have fun!


Lineups will be posted when announced

England vs. Portugal (Group B)

Date/time: June 18, 2015, 2:45 p.m. ET (7:45 p.m. UK)
Venue: Mestsky Fotbalovy Stadion Slovacko, Uherské Hradiště, Czech Republic

How to Watch

Television: BT Sports 1 (UK), not televised in the USA
Live Streaming: ESPN3 / WatchESPN / ESPN Deportes TV
Radio: BBC Radio 5 Live

Match thread rules:

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