England and Croatia fight for the remaining spot in the 2018 World Cup final.
GOAL Kieran Trippier! England 1-0 Croatia
Kieran Trippier’s first goal for England is a spectacular free kick in the World Cup semifinal. Luka Modric fouled Dele Alli just outside the penalty area, and England’s right back took the responsibility, then placed a gorgeous shot into the top right corner.
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Neither England or Croatia are pulling out any tricks for their World Cup semifinal matchup. England is playing the exact same team as they did in the quarterfinal, while Croatia has made just one defensive change, bringing in midfielder Marcelo Brozovic for the more attacking Andrej Kramaric.
England vs. Croatia lineups
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With one final’s spot decided, England and Croatia are set to fight for the remaining spot in the Final of the 2018 World Cup. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. ET on Wednesday at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia, and you can watch it on Fox and Telemundo. Online streaming is available in English through Fox Sports Go here or in Spanish through Telemundo here.
England have appeared in two semifinal matches and advanced once to the final. They also hold one championship title from the 1966 World Cup. The only other time England advanced to the semifinals was in 1990, where they finished in fourth place. Croatia have four total World Cup appearances with one advancement to the semifinals in 1998, where the team finished in third.
The winner of this match will face France in the final World Cup match on Sunday, while the other will play for third place against Belgium on Saturday.
England vs. Croatia Time, TV channel, and streaming info
Time: 2 p.m. ET
Location: Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, Russia
TV: Fox (English), Telemundo (Spanish)
Streaming: Watch the game on Fox Sports Go (English) and Telemundo Deportes en vivo (Spanish) for free if you sign in with your TV provider. It’s also on sub>
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