England vs The Combined Nations: Kick-off time, TV channel and confirmed line-ups

The final step on Shaun Wane’s road to the World Cup, England take on the Combined Nations All Stars for the second consecutive season.

Last year, the All Stars shocked England with a 26-24 win as Wane’s side struggled to find their rhythm, but now just months away from the World Cup they simply have to find some rhythm and need a win against a very exciting Combined Nations side led by another Wigan legend Ellery Hanley.

Hanley has included Englishmen Kruise Leeming and Daryl Clark in his side giving Wane a chance to look at the duo as well as the two nines in his side including Michael McIlorum who is making his first England appearance since 2013.

There are debuts for Jake Wardle, Joe Batchelor, Matty Lees and Jack Welsby with Welsby lining up alongside George Williams in the halves. Skipper Sam Tomkins starts at fullback.

A huge game which plenty of people will want to watch at the Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington, what details do potential viewers need to know?

Well, the game kicks off at 17:45 tonight with coverage starting on Sky Sports Arena from 17:30.

This comes after England women vs Wales women which is also live on Sky Sports Arena from 15:00 which kicks off at 15:15.

With so many stars on show, it’s definitely worth a watch and if you need proof of the quality on show here’s the two line-ups:

1 Sam Tomkins
2 Tommy Makinson
3 Kallum Watkins
4 Jake Wardle
5 Ryan Hall
6 Jack Welsby
7 George Williams
8 Alex Walmsley
9 Michael McIlorum
10 Mike Cooper
11 Liam Farrell
12 Mike McMeeken
13 John Bateman
14 Paul McShane
15 Joe Batchelor
16 Matty Lees
17 Mikolaj Oledzki

Combined Nations
1 Peter Mata’utia
2 Ken Sio
3 Rhyse Martin
4 Shaun Kenny-Dowall
5 Mahe Fonua
6 Jacob Miller
7 Brodie Croft
8 Ligi Sao
9 Daryl Clark
10 Zane Tetevano
11 Kenny Edwards
12 Kelepi Tanginoa
13 Matt Prior
14 Kruise Leeming
15 Joe Lovodua
16 Chris Satae
17 David Fifita

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