By Henry Burt
Wales and England meet at the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium on Tuesday in their final group match of this World Cup, with both sides keen to finish on as strong a note as possible.
The match is a must-win win for Rob Page’s Welsh side, who would need to earn three points and get a sizeable difference on goal difference to progress from Group B.
England he can almost taste the round of 16 after grabbing four points in his first two games, but the Three Lions’ failure to beat the United States in game two means there’s still plenty to play for.
Here’s everything you need to know about this Home Nations clash in Qatar.
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Where is Wales vs England being played?
Position: Al Rayyan, Qatar
Stage: Ahmed bin Ali Stadium
Date: Tuesday 29 November
Starting time: 7pm GMT / 2pm ET / 11am PT
Wales vs England H2H Results (All Time)
Wales: 14 wins
England: 68 victories
Current form (last five games)
England: LLDWD extension
Wales team news
Wales will be without first-choice goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey after the 35-year-old suffered a consecutive red card in his side’s defeat to Iran.
Midfield lynchpin Joe Allen could start against England after returning from injury as a substitute in the 2-0 defeat.
Wales has scheduled training against England
Wales starting 11 (3-5-2): Department; Mepham, Rodon, Davies; Roberts, Allen, Ampadu, Wilson, Williams; Bale, Moore.Bench: Davies, Gunter, Lockyer, Cabango, Ramsey, Morrell, Williams, Thomas, Levitt, Colwill, Smith, Johnson, Harris, James.
England team news
Once again, England fans are faced with nervous anticipation to see if Harry Kane will be ready to face Wales.
The England captain was photographed with his ankle in a sprain after the draw against the United States, after suffering a knock against Iran.
There are no fresh injury concerns for Gareth Southgate’s side, however, while the rotation could see Kyle Walker, Jordan Henderson, Phil Foden and Marcus Rashford join.
England has scheduled training against Wales
England starting 11 (4-3-3): Pickfords; Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Rice, Henderson, Bellingham; Foden, Kane, Rashford.Bench: Pope, Ramsdale, Trippier, Alexander-Arnold, Dier, Coady, White, Mount, Philips, Saka, Gallagher, Grealish, Sterling, Wilson, Maddison.
Wales vs England betting
England wins – England have won all of their last six games against Wales, scoring 11 goals and conceding just one, a Gareth Bale free-kick at EURO 2016.
Harry Kane to score first is currently 11/4
Drawing – England have won just one of their last eight matches in all competitions, while drawing four of their last seven matches.
Do both teams score? No – Both teams have scored in just one of the last seven meetings between Wales and England, although that came in the last time the sides have met in a major tournament (EURO ’16).
Both teams to score no is currently 4/7
Wales down 1.5 goals – Wales have scored more than once in just two of their last 12 internationals, while they have not done so in any of their last 10 games against England since 1980 (4-1 win).
England concedes first and wins – England have won two of their last three games against Wales when conceding the opener, while they have won just one of their 22 World Cup games when conceding the opener (the 1966 final, 4-2 v Germany).
Harry Maguire scores and England win – Only Bukayo Saka (4) has shot more shots for England at the 2022 World Cup than Maguire (3), as the Three Lions have won all seven of their matches when he found the back of the net.
8+ Total Play Corners – Each of Wales’ last four meetings with England have produced at least eight corners, with 12 in total at EURO ’16.
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Wales vs England score prediction
Wales have no choice but to go all out to win this match, with only a heavy win giving the Dragons a chance of qualification from Group B.
Even a 33-year-old Gareth Bale is still unplayable in his day and Kieffer Moore’s aerial dominance could cause the England defense some trouble – however, in fairness, this should be an easy win for the Three Lions.
The gaps in the Welsh midfield were incredibly evident in the first two games, and while they throw men in search of goal, there should be plenty of room for England to exploit.
Prediction: Wales 0-2 England
This article was originally posted on 90min.com as Wales vs England – World Cup: Team news, lineups and predictions.
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