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England! In a World Cup final! Will wonders never cease!

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England's midfielder Joshua Onomah controls the ball during the U-20 World Cup quarter-final football match between England and Mexico in Cheonan on June 5, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / KIM DOO-HO (Photo credit should read KIM DOO-HO/AFP/Getty Images)
England's midfielder Joshua Onomah controls the ball during the U-20 World Cup quarter-final football match between England and Mexico in Cheonan on June 5, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / KIM DOO-HO (Photo credit should read KIM DOO-HO/AFP/Getty Images)
Photo credit should read KIM DOO-HO/AFP/Getty Images)

England! In a World Cup final! Why, that hasn’t happened since... 1966! Of course, this isn’t Harry Kane, Dele Alli, and company, this is Kyle Walker-Peters, Josh Onomah, and Dominic Solanke, but hey, it’s a World Cup final, why quibble?

England has been marvelous in this tournament, going undefeated with only one draw, against Guinea in the group stages. The good news for Tottenham Hotspur fans is that Josh Onomah is back after serving a bullsh!t one match penalty after being ridiculously sent off after picking up his second yellow for dribbling past a Mexico defender in the quarterfinals. Joshy has been a fixture in the England midfield for almost the whole of the tournament, and it’s quite likely he’ll be back in the pivot beside Lewis Cook.

Meanwhile, KWP has been playing the entire tournament out of position as a left fullback but he’s had a heck of a tournament thus far. Is it enough to earn him a backup position in Tottenham Hotspur’s first team next season? We’ll see.

It’s England! It’s the World Cup finals! It’s U20 national team action! Let’s go!

Lineups

Oh, let’s be honest, this game starts at 6 am, the odds are super slim that Menno will be awake in time to post the lineups. Try Twitter.

How to Watch

Date/time: Sunday, June 11, 2017, 7:00 pm (Korea), 11 am (UK), 6 am (ET)
Location: Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon, South Korea
TV: Fox Sports 1 (USA), Telemundo (USA - Spanish), EuroSport 2 (UK), TSN2, (Canada), other listings at livesoccertv.com
Streaming: Fox Sports Go / Fox Soccer2Go (USA) , also fubo.tv (free 7-day trial)

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