Gareth Southgate’s side laboured to a 2-0 draw against lowly Malta at Wembley on Friday night and will be looking for a much-improved performance in what is one of their last competitive fixtures before next summer in Germany.
North Macedonia sit fourth in Group C although they gave Italy a scare on Friday night before eventually fading to a 5-2 defeat to leave the Azzurri on the brink of qualification for Euro 2024.
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When is North Macedonia vs England?
North Macedonia vs England is due to kick off at 7.45pm GMT tonight, Monday 20 November, at the National Arena Tose Proeski in Skopje.
How can I watch it?
Viewers in the United Kingdom can watch the match live on Channel 4, with coverage on the channel from 7pm GMT. A live stream will be available via the Channel 4 website and app.
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Gareth Southgate has had to deal with a host of injuries in this camp with Jude Bellingham, James Maddison, Levi Colwill, Callum Wilson and Lewis Dunk all pulling out, while Kalvin Phillips was unavailable for personal reasons.
Kieran Tripper has since also departed the squad due to a personal matter, Jarrod Bowen is injured, while Marcus Rashford might not be risked on Monday after being substituted following a collision with Trent Alexander-Arnold in the game against Malta.
North Macedonia head coach Blagoja Milevski, meanwhile, may look to rotate his team following their defeat against Italy, with Jani Atanasov – scorer of a brace off the bench against Italy – potentially in line for a start.
North Macedonia XI: Dimitrievski, Ashkovski, Serafimov, Musliu, Dimoski, Atanasov, Elezi, Alioski, Ristovski, Bardhi, Elmas.
England XI: Pickford; Walker, Konsa, Maguire, Lewis; Alexander-Arnold, Rice, Gallagher; Grealish, Kane, Saka.
North Macedonia win 18/1
Malta win 1/7
A much-improved England performance, albeit against sterner opposition. North Macedonia 1-4 England.