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SAVE 49%: ExpressVPN can reliably unblock ITVX from anywhere in the world. A one-year subscription to ExpressVPN is on sale for £87.08 and includes an extra three months for free — 49% off for a limited time.


It's important to not get carried away, but after England's convincing win in their opening game of this year's World Cup, we can safely say that it's coming home.

England are set to continue their campaign against the USA, with expectations high.

When is England vs USA?

England and the USA will face off on Friday, Nov. 25:

England vs USA — 2 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. GMT

The game will be shown live on ITV1, and if you can't get in front of a TV, you can also live stream the action on ITVX.

How can you watch England vs USA from abroad?

If you're abroad during the World Cup, you'll find that your access to ITVX (and BBC iPlayer) is blocked. The only way to get around this blockade is with a streaming-friendly VPN.

It is possible to access BBC iPlayer and ITVX from anywhere in the world with a VPN. These cybersecurity services can hide your real IP address and connect you to a secure server in the UK. The process is quick and easy. You simply need to sign up to the service of your choice, download the app, and connect to a server in the UK. This makes streaming sites think you are based back home, meaning you can watch whatever you want without hassle.

ITV has the rights to show England and the USA on Nov. 25, so you'll need to follow these steps to unblock ITVX.

What is the best VPN for ITVX?

There are a lot of top VPNs that can unblock ITVX from anywhere in the world, but ExpressVPN might be the best. This popular service offers strong connection speeds, powerful levels of encryption, apps for all operating systems, up to five mutli-logins, and reliable unblocking of all leading streaming sites.

A one-year subscription to ExpressVPN is on sale for £87.08 and includes an extra three months for free — 49% off for a limited time. This discounted plan also includes a year of free unlimited cloud backup and a 30-day money-back guarantee. You could even sign up to watch the World Cup and then recoup your investment with the money-back guarantee. We know this is a little sketchy, but it does mean you can watch everything for free from abroad.

Watch the World Cup from abroad with the best deal on ExpressVPN.

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