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England vs. Italy at Euro 2020: How to watch, start time, prediction

It's England vs. Italy for all the marbles. Here's what you need to know...

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Raheem Sterling has been England's star performer during Euro 2020.

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And, just like that, Euro 2020 is almost over. One by one we watched fancied teams like France, Portugal and Belgium get eliminated. Now, only two remain: England and Italy.

The two face-off against one another in the Euro 2020 final this Sunday. Here's everything you need to know.

When does England vs. Italy Start? 

The Euro 2020 final featuring England vs. Italy takes place on July 11 at 3 p.m. ET (noon PT).

In the UK, that means 8 p.m. on July 11.

In Australia, it'll be an early start at 5 a.m. on July 12.

How to watch England vs. Italy?

In the US, ESPN and Univision have the rights to the UEFA European Championships. ESPN is televising 39 matches from the tournament and ESPN 2 is televising seven.

In the UK, you can watch for free on BBC and ITV, providing you have a TV license. Fans in the UK have become increasingly accustomed to having to pay Sky or BT Sport to watch soccer, not so with the UEFA European Championships.

In Australia, your best bet is to subscribe to Optus Sport. Personally, as a person living in Australia, I subscribe to Optus Sport. It not only gives you access to the UEFA European Championships, it gives you full access to the English Premier League, the Champions League and the Europa League. It's a great, simple service. I love it.

Who's going to win?

It's hard to call. Both teams have looked extremely solid all tournament. Italy are the most battle tested. They've had a rougher run to the final, having just beat Belgium and Spain -- but England have looked extremely solid in defence. They've only conceded one goal in the tournament -- a direct free kick against Denmark in the semi-final -- and they've grown into the tournament in leaps and bounds.

According to the odds, England are very slight favourites, but it is razor close.

If you pushed me, I'm picking England, based on how strong their defence has looked. They have a lot of firepower and options on the bench as well, if things are tight. The ability to bring on a Jack Grealish, a Marcus Rashford or a Phil Foden has been a huge strength for England.

What is the UEFA European Championships?

Just in case you missed the whole event and you're coming in late!

The UEFA European Championships is similar to a World Cup, but only European teams can enter it. It's a tournament where international teams -- Italy, France, England, Spain and so forth -- compete for a month in a competition that starts out in group stages, but progresses to a knockout phase and, ultimately, a final to decide the best team in Europe.

Like the World Cup it takes place every four years, so the stakes are high.