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Belgium v Slovakia: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

Belgium and Slovakia begin their Euro 2024 campaigns on Monday as the two sides face off in Group E.

The Red Devils fell at the first hurdle at the 2022 World Cup as they were eliminated in the group stage and will be hoping for a far better showing in Germany, while Slovakia are competing in their third successive European Championship.

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How to watch Belgium v Slovakia and TV channel

Belgium v Slovakia will be broadcast on ITV1 in the UK.

Belgium v Slovakia kick-off time, date and venue

Belgium v Slovakia will be played at Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt, Germany, and kick-off is at 17:00 BST on Monday 17th June 2024.

Belgium v Slovakia stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Belgium are unbeaten under manager Domenico Tedesco with 10 wins and four draws in 14 games.

Tedesco’s side picked up six wins in eight Euro 2024 qualifiers and conceded just four goals during that period.

Slovakia’s best performance in this competition came in 2016 when they reached the round of 16.

Slovakia finished second behind Portugal in Group J in Euro 2024 qualifying with 22 points from 10 games. 

Belgium v Slovakia head-to-head record (H2H)

Belgium wins

1

Draws

2

Slovakia wins

0

*H2H stats refer to all competitions

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Belgium team news

This may be the first game of the tournament but Tedesco does have a few injury issues to contend with as Jan Vertonghen and Arthur Theate are set to miss out. Fellow defender Thomas Meunier is a doubt, which means Fulham’s Timothy Castagne is likely to start.

Man City’s Jeremy Doku is expected to start on the left wing, so Arsenal winger Leandro Trossard will operate in a more central role, supporting striker Romelu Lukaku. 

Slovakia team news

Paris Saint-Germain’s Milan Skriniar will start in defence for Slovakia and they have some experienced midfield options in veteran Juraj Kucka and Stanislav Lobotka of Napoli.

Slovakia have one injury concern as defender Denis Vavro could sit out due to a muscle injury.

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