The England U21s will be looking to make it a hat trick of final victories in a row today, as the Young Lions have won the past two tournaments, in 2016 and in 2017. The final will be a rematch of the Group A match between Mexico and England. The two sides drew 0-0, with Mexico looking the more likely of the two teams to score, but a solid England defence kept them out.
We’re aiming to secure our third successive @TournoiToulon title today, as we face Mexico in the final at 5.30pm BST.— England (@England) June 9, 2018
Watch how the #YoungLions beat Scotland to secure our place in the final: https://t.co/n6pMqRCICH
Leeds United’s Ronaldo Vieira started England’s victory over Scotland in the semi-finals, and Tom Pearce has come off the bench a few times in the Group stage. Last season Vieira scored the winning penalty as England over came Ivory Coast on penalties.
The squad features Freddie Woodman & Adam Armstrong of Newcastle United, Jonjoe Kenny, Callum Connolly, and Tom Davies of Everton, Lewis Cook and Aaron Ramsdale of AFC Bournemouth, Dael Fry of Middlesbrough, Kieran Dowell from Nottingham Forest, Ronaldo Vieira and Tom Pearce of Leeds United,Jake Clarke-Salter, Jay Da Silva, Fikayo Tomor, and Tammy Abraham of Chelsea, Edward Nketiah of Arsenal, Hamza Choudhury of Leicester City, Ezri Konsa of Charlton Athletic, and Manchester City’s Lukas Nmecha.
The match will be televised on Free Sport TV in the UK, beIN Sports en Español in the United States, beIN Sports HD 4 in much of the Middle East, ESPN Sur in South America, ESPN 2 Norte in Mexico.
The match will also be streamed on beIN Sports Connect in the US and Canada and anywhere else the match will be shown by beIN Sports, and will be shown on WatchESPN in Latin America. Check the Facebook page of Free Sport TV as they have streamed matches there before as well.
Check Livesoccer.tv for more information about television or streaming details for wherever you are watching the game.