ENGLAND have the chance to dump bitter rivals Wales out of the World Cup when they clash TONIGHT.
The Three Lions’ bore draw with the Americans meant that Gareth Southgate’s side missed out on the chance to secure early last-16 qualification.
England failed to beat USA in their last World Cup encounter[/caption]
And had it not been for some poor finishing from Weston Mckennie in particular, England would have left the Al Bayt Stadium empty-handed.
However, Wales face major problems of their own as the 2-0 loss to Iran means that the Welsh need a miracle to progress to the next round.
But the Dragons CAN still mathematically get out of Group B if they were to beat bitter rivals England by a four-goal margin and hope that Iran can hold USA to a draw.
This will be the first time these two huge nations have met in a major tournament since a Euro 2016 encounter where England ran out 2-1 winners.
Furthermore, Gareth Bale taunting the Three Lions before the tournament got underway has added that extra bit of spice to the occasion.
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When is Wales vs England?
- Wales’ mouth-watering clash against England will get underway from 7pm UK time TONIGHT – Tuesday, November 29.
- The game will be played at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar.
- And it opened in 2003 and can hold up to 50,000 spectators.
What channel is it and can it be live streamed?
- Wales vs England will be shown live on BBC One in the UK.
- You can live stream the action from the BBC iPlayer, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.
- The game is FREE to watch, so long as you have a TV licence.
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What is the team news?
Wales’ number one goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey will serve a suspension following his reckless red card against Iran which should see Danny Ward take up his position in between the sticks.
Joe Allen made his return from injury last time out so Robert Page could be tempted to throw him in from the start.
And Gareth Bale is expected to start despite being anonymous in Friday’s encounter.
Elsewhere, James Maddison could get his first run out for England having recovered from a knee injury.
Manchester City star Kyle Walker is available for Gareth Southgate to choose if the Three Lions boss decides he wants to rest Kieran Trippier.
Meanwhile, Southgate has hinted that Phil Foden could finally get a start at the World Cup.
- Wales to win 15/2
- Draw 18/5
- England 2/5
Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication