Lucky11| FIFA World Cup: Wales Vs England
Wales and England will play their final group game on Tuesday at the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, with both teams hoping to finish the group stages on a high note. The Dragons had their big moment on matchday one, drawing 1-1 with the USA thanks to a late penalty from Gareth Bale.
Wales never looked like scoring even with 11 men on the field against Iran, with Page calling his team's pre-red card play as "not acceptable." Their winless streak in all competitions is now at an all-time low of seven games. The three lions will lead the group if they win all three points against Wales. Here's everything you need to know about this conflict.
Wales Team Updates
Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey is suspended after being sent off against Iran, thus Danny Ward will take his place. Big stars like Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey will be in the starting lineup, while Joe Allen could return to the bench.
The page may choose between Daniel James and Brennan Johnson, with Kieffer Moore most likely to play the lead role.
England Team Updates
England manager Gareth Southgate has been chastised for not substituting Phil Foden for Mason Mount against the United States, but that could alter on Tuesday, with Bukayo Saka set to make way. Jordan Henderson is likely to take the position of the injured Jude Bellingham.
Meanwhile, with a completely healthy team, after James Maddison returned to training following a knee injury, Southgate said Harry Kane would start despite requests to rest the Tottenham forward.
On the right side of the defense, Kyle Walker is expected to start ahead of Kieran Trippier, with Trent Alexander-Arnold still waiting for his first minutes in Qatar.
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