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It’s the last game of Group A (Picture: Lynne Camero/The FA/Christopher Lee/UEFA via Getty Images)...
Beth Mead of England women and Rebecca Holloway of Northern Ireland playing football.
It’s the last game of Group A (Picture: Lynne Camero/The FA/Christopher Lee/UEFA via Getty Images)

The Lionesses have already roared their way into the quarter-finals of the Euros 2022, but there is one last game for them to play in the group stage.

Their final Women’s Euro 2022 group game is against fellow UK nation Northern Ireland, with England now set to make it three out of three victories at this early stage in the competition.

The team – under the guidance of head coach Sarina Wiegman – beat Austria 1-0 in their opening game, before going on to defeat Norway 8-0 in a record-breaking win.

Northern Ireland meanwhile have lost both of their games in the group, and look set for an early exit.

But when is the game on and how can you watch it on TV?

What time is England vs Northern Ireland?

The game is set to kick off from 8pm tonight – Friday, July 15.

it is being held at St Mary’s Stadium, the home of Premier League side Southampton.

How to watch it on TV

The match – as with all of England’s fixtures – will be broadcast live on BBC One, with coverage set to commence from 7.30pm.

Gabby Logan will be presenting the coverage and getting all thel reaction from both teams’ concluding match of Group A, with analysis from Alex Scott, Ian Wright and Caragh Hamilton, and commentary by Robyn Cowen, Rachel Brown-Finnis, and Gail Redmond.

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You can also stream the game live via the BBC iPlayer.

Are there any other Euro 2022 games today?

Norway women's football team.
Norway will be looking to keep their tournament hopes alive after being beaten by England in their second game (Picture: Terke Pedersen/NTB/AFP via Getty Images)

There is one other game this evening, which is the other concluding game of Group A between Austria and Norway.

Whoever wins that fixture – being played at the Amex Stadium – will qualify alongside England, with both Austria and Norway currently on three points each.

It also kicks off at 8pm and will be broadcast live on BBC Three, with coverage from 7.45pm.

What are the latest odds for Euro 2022?

England are currently joint-favourites to lift the trophy, alongside France.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes told Metro.co.uk: ‘The race for this year’s Euros title is closer than ever with no less than five teams priced shorter than 8/1 to go all the way as things stand.’

He added: ‘Sarina Wiegman’s Lionesses are locked at the head of the betting with France as things stand, with punters seemingly convinced football may finally be coming home.’

The latest odds are as follows:

  • England – 11/4
  • France – 11/4
  • Germany – 7/2
  • Spain – 5/1
  • Sweden – 8/1
  • Netherlands – 11/1

England vs Northern Ireland kicks off at 8pm. Catch the action live on BBC One.

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