Finland vs Belgium LIVE: Stream FREE, score, TV channel, team news CONFIRMED – Euro 2020 latest updates


And welcome to the live blog for the final group game of Group B between Finland and Belgium!

Finland got off to a good start in the group, seeing off Denmark in what was a traumatic occasion which saw star Chrstian Eriksen have a cardiac arrest. 

But lost the next game to Russia, which leaves them level on points with the 2018 World Cup hosts.

A point would massively boost Finland’s chances of qualifying for the knockout stages of the competition.

They can still finish third and go through as one of the four best third placed teams.

And four points and a respectable goal difference could achieve that. 
As for Belgium, they’re already through having accumulated six points from a possible six available.

The Red Devils are one of the favourites to make it to the late stages of the competition.

In terms of team news, Leicester City’s Timothy Castagne will miss the rest of the tournament after suffering three or four breaks to his right-eye socket during Belgium’s routine 3-0 win over Russia.

Attacking wing-back Thomas Meunier will start in his place.

Real Madrid star Eden Hazard could also start after regaining fitness.

Hazard, 30, wants to play as well for Real Madrid as he does for his country Belgium – so he has a point to prove this summer.

He said: “I broke my ankle three times, it will never be the same as 10 years ago.

“But I know that when I am in shape, I can prove myself on the field and that’s what I’m working on now.

“I try to be a leader on the pitch regardless of who I’m playing for but you can only become a leader if you’re playing well and I play a lot more with the national team.

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“I think if I have playing time with Real Madrid I can also become a leader there.”

Head coach Roberto Martinez will most likely field a rotated side, handing starts to the likes of Jeremy Doku.

As for Finland, manager Markku Kanerva will most likely steer clear from rotating his side.

And look to play his strongest team possible, giving them the best chance of qualifying for the knockout stages.

The teamsheets are due anytime soon, so don’t go anywhere!


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