England will be looking to bounce back from their lacklustre draw against the United States as they seek the win that would send them into the World Cup last 16 as group winners.
Three points against Wales will be enough for them to claim top spot in Group B, while a point will be enough to progress, but they also need to improve on their showing in Friday’s stalemate with the USA – where Gareth Southgate’s side were heavily criticised following a poor performance.
Wales, meanwhile, are on the brink of elimination following a 2-0 defeat by Iran. They must now defeat England, and if it isn’t by more than four goals Rob Page’s side must also hope that Iran and USA play out a draw.
England were poor in their 0-0 draw against the United States and will look to bounce back
But even if their progression hopes now look slim, they would love nothing more than to at the very least dent old rivals England and their chances going forward in Qatar.
With the clash fast approaching, Sportsmail takes you through everything you need to know below.
When is Wales vs England?
Wales vs England will help see out the action in Group B – with both teams looking to seal a place in the last-16. The game will start on Tuesday at 7pm GMT, 2pm EST in the USA and on Wednesday at 5am for Australian Eastern Time.
Date: Tuesday November 29
Time: 7pm (UK time), 2pm (US EST), 5am – Nov 30 (AUS EST)
Gareth Bale was unable to inspire his Wales’ side to victory against Iran last time out
How to watch the match
The Wales vs England game will be aired live on ITV One and can be screened on the ITV HUB for UK viewers. Welsh viewers will also be able to watch the game on S4C.
US based World Cup fans can view the match on Fox Sports 1 and the Fox Sports website with a valid login. Telemundo and Peacock will also be screening the game.
Australian fans can watch the game for free on SBS, including the live stream.
UK: BBC One and BBC iPlayer
US: Fox Sports, Telemundo and Peacock
Australia: SBS and SBS On Demand
The game will be aired live on BBC and streamed on BBC iPlayer for viewers in the UK
Where is Wales vs England being played?
Wales clash with England takes place at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan.
The stadium has a capacity of 45,000 and was opened in 2003, before being rebuilt over a decade later so it could be modernised for the World Cup.
Wales are already familiar with the ground having played both of their group games there and it will also hold a match in the last 16.
Location: Al Rayyan, Qatar
Stadium: Ahmad bin Ali Stadium
The Ahmad bin Ali Stadium has already held both of Wales’ group matches in this tournament
Wales vs England: Team news
Wales will be without first choice keeper Wayne Hennessey through suspension following his red card against Iran and that will likely see Danny Ward replace him in goal.
Joe Allen overcame injury to feature against Iran and he does not look to have suffered any reoccurrence heading into the crunch clash.
England didn’t appear to suffer any knocks following their match with the United States but Gareth Southgate could be tempted to freshen up his side given the poor performance put in after their second group game.
That could see starts for either Jack Grealish and Phil Foden to add creativity in their attack in place of Mason Mount as the Three Lions chase down not just a last-16 place but a chance to go through as group winners.
Wales will be without keeper Wayne Hennessy who was sent off against Iran last time out
Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey, Danny Ward, Adam Davies.
Defenders: Ben Davies, Ben Cabango, Tom Lockyer, Joe Rodon, Chris Mepham, Ethan Ampadu, Chris Gunter, Neco Williams, Connor Roberts.
Midfielders: Sorba Thomas, Joe Allen, Matthew Smith, Dylan Levitt, Harry Wilson, Joe Morrell, Jonny Williams, Aaron Ramsey, Rubin Colwill.
Forwards: Gareth Bale, Kieffer Moore, Mark Harris, Brennan Johnson, Dan James.
England may switch their line-up to give a star to Phil Foden to boost their creativity
Goalkeepers: Jordan Pickford, Nick Pope, Aaron Ramsdale
Defenders: Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Eric Dier, John Stones, Kyle Walker, Kieran Trippier, Conor Coady, Ben White, Trent Alexander-Arnold
Midfielders: Jude Bellingham, Mason Mount, Conor Gallagher, Declan Rice, Jordan Henderson, Kalvin Phillips
Forwards: James Maddison, Phil Foden, Jack Grealish, Harry Kane, Bukayo Saka, Raheem Sterling, Callum Wilson, Marcus Rashford.
This match will mark the 104th meeting between the teams but their first ever at the World Cup finals having met multiple times in the qualifying rounds over the years.
England have the upper hand over their British rivals having won 68 of their ties compared to Wales 14, and that includes the last five in a run stretching back to 1984, when they lost 1-0 at the now defunct Home Nations Championship.
England triumphed in their last competitive game that saw Daniel Sturridge score a last gasp winner in a 2-1 Euro 2016 group stage victory, while their most recent meeting in 2020 saw the Three Lions run out 3-0 winners at Wembley.
Daniel Sturridge celebrates scoring England’s winning goal against Wales at Euro 2016
Group B fixtures and results
- England 6-2 Iran – Monday November 21
- USA 1-1 Wales – Monday November 21
- Wales 0-2 Iran – Friday November 25
- England 0-0 USA – Friday November 25
- Wales vs. England – Tuesday November 29
- Iran vs USA – Tuesday November 29