Is England vs Spain on TV this weekend? Kick-off time, channel and how to watch Arnold Clark Cup fixture

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England Women’s team kicked off their Arnold Clark Cup tournament yesterday as they took a point from Canada.

Millie Bright handed the Lionnesses the lead with an excellent volley at the Riverside Stadium, before Manchester City’s Janine Beckie equalised for Canada in the second half.

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England are now due to take on Spain in their second fixture of the competition at Carrow Road.

Tickets are still available to buy for Sunday’s clash in Norwich, or fans can watch on TV.

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When does England vs Spain kick off?

England are due to face Spain on Sunday February 20 at 3:15pm.

The match is taking place at Norwich City’s Carrow Road, with the Canaries set to travel to Anfield for their tie with Liverpool on Saturday.

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How to watch on TV

The Arnold Clark Cup will be broadcast live on ITV in England.

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Five of the six matches are being shown on ITV4, however England vs Spain will be shown on ITV1.

Coverage of the match will start at 2:30pm and end at 5:30pm.

The game will also be available live on ITV Hub.

Arnold Clark Cup schedule

3:15pm - February 20 England vs Spain (ITV)

8:15pm - February 20 Canada vs Germany (ITV4)

2:30pm - February 23 Spain vs Canada (ITV4)

7:30pm - February 23 England vs Germany (ITV4)

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