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World Cup 2018: How to Watch England vs. Croatia

You won't want to miss this one!

Gord Lacey

Time: Wednesday, July 11 at 2/1c
Channel: Fox, Telemundo and NBC Universo
Stream Online: Hulu with Live TV or fuboTV (Try for free)
After a nerve-wracking win over Colombia, England went on to beat Sweden in their next game, where they opened scoring 30 minutes into face off. English goalkeeper Jordan Pickford made some excellent saves to keep Sweden scoreless, and he's certainly one of the reasons England has pushed forward in the tournament. This is England's best showing at the World Cup since 1990, when they finished fourth place. (England last won the tournament in 1966.)
England's standout performances have fans around the globe rallying with the battle cry, "It's coming home." The phrase is a reference to The Lightning Seeds' song "Three Lions" about England hosting the 1996 European Football Championship but has gone viral as the team's unofficial World Cup anthem. Celebrities like Justin Timberlake and Prince William have even gotten in on the action.

Meanwhile, the last two games for Croatia, against Denmark and Russia, ended the same: with Croatia winning in penalties. That's a rather stressful way to win a game, both for the fans and the players, so they'll be hoping to win this one in regulation and send their squad to the finals for the first time.

The game at Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow starts at 9 p.m. local time, or 2 p.m. ET. You can watch it live on Fox in English, or in Spanish on Telemundo and NBC Universo through your cable company. If you don't have cable you can stream it via Hulu with Live TV or fuboTV. If you can't watch the game live, fuboTV provides access to all of the games for up to 72 hours after the original airing.

England's Harry Kane was goalless in his game against Sweden, so he's still chasing that seventh goal needed to break Gary Lineker's record for the most English goals scored at a World Cup. Win or lose, both teams will play two more games in the tournament.