At the front, the English could advance even with defeat; Welsh need a flexible scoreboard
Members from the United Kingdom preferred England And the desperate Wells Make a duel with a more special flavor in Qatar World Cup🇧🇷 The competitors face each other in the third and final round of Group B and only rely on themselves to advance to the round of 16, although the ‘decision’ was reached at different times. The match will take place, on Tuesday, at four o’clock in the evening, at Ahmed Bin Al Stadium, in Al-Rayyan, Qatar.
England is in a very calm situation. When they crush Iran, 6 to 2, and hold a scoreless draw with the United States, they lead by four points and go even with defeat. On the other hand, Wales drew 1-1 with the Americans and lost to Iran 2-0, thus occupying the last (fourth) place with one point. Iran with three, the United States with two, facing each other at the same time.
For the Welsh to advance, only victory matters. In order not to count on the other match, they must win by three goals. If they win by less than that, they have to hope to draw the other game.
On the England side, manager Gareth Southgate will not be able to count on defender Ben White, who has been left out of recent training. Jordan Henderson, who started well in the last game, should earn Bellingham’s place. Others who might show up early are Grealish and Phil Foden. If that happens, Mason Mount and Bukayo Saka leave the team.
Southgate played down the rivalry between England and Wales and said they would go with their strongest side to finish top of their group. “We know they have extra motivation, as in any country with close borders. It’s a great sporting competition, nothing more. We have a chance to finish first in the group and we’ll pick a team to win. That’s it. Our priority.”
Manager Robert Page will need to change his squad in search of a first victory for Wales after 64 years. Goalkeeper Wayne Hennessy was sent off in the last match. Danny Ward has entered the final round and must be spared. Another newcomer is the experienced Joe Allen, who is available again after an injury, but must start on the bench.
Page admitted his frustration with his defeat against Iran. “I’m disappointed, but I’m not going to rule out the qualifiers. We want to finish in the best possible way. The team failed to reach the standard we set and we need to rectify that against England,” he said.
Wales X England
wales – Danny Ward Mepham, Rodon and Ben Davies; Roberts, Ramsey, Ampadu, Wilson, and Williams; Gareth Bale and Moore. Technical: Robert Page.
england – Pickford. Trippier, the Stones, Maguire, and Luke Shaw; Rice, Henderson, and Grealish; Foden, Harry Kane and Rashford. Technical: Gareth Southgate.
Rule – Slavko Vincic (Slovenia).
time – 4 pm.
place – Ahmed Bin Al Rayyan Stadium, Qatar.
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