We've got a match between Wales and England on our hands which will kick off on Tuesday. The final game of the World Cup group stages will take place at Ahmed bin Ali Stadium.
After the first two rounds of group matches in the World Cup, Wales have one point as number four, while England rank as number one on four points. Wales go into their game on Tuesday as number 19 in the FIFA world ranking, and England enter the match as number five.
Wales are the team in the worst position before this thrilling final round of the group B. They need a win, nothing else will do and they'll fight their lungs out against the English.
England could still go out of the World Cup after failing to beat the Americans. With the right results, the Three Lions are done, should they succumb to defeat against the Welsh dragon. They could also top the group and a draw is enough to see them through.
Wales vs England Prediction
In their last three matches, Wales lost 0-1 against Poland, drew 1-1 with the USA, before losing to Iran by 0-2. Wales won just one of their last 10 games, while drawing three of these. They suffered six defeats in this run of matches.
Wales are not a high scoring team these days, as they only found the back of the net nine times in the last ten outings. That is an average of just 0.9 goals per game, as they conceded 15 goals. They managed a clean sheet in one of these matches.
England are unbeaten in their last three matches, which began with a 3-3 draw against Germany. Then, they took out Iran 6-2, followed by a 0-0 draw with the USA. England claimed three wins in their last 10 matches across all tournaments, while also drawing four along the way. They endured defeat in three of the games in this run.
England hit the target 15 times in the last ten outings, which creates an average of 1.5 goals goals a game. They conceded 1.3 goals per match for a total of 13 against, while claiming a clean sheet three times as well.
It has been a tough opening to the World Cup for Wales, who's only managed to claim one point at this stage. At least this makes their objective very clear before the final group match. They need three points to qualify. After collecting four points from their first two World Cup outings, England have their target set on getting through the third round undefeated. Naturally, they hope to keep their momentum rolling and take top spot with a win.
Wales vs England Stats
- In 10 of the last 12 matches Wales played, both teams scored
- In 10 of the last 11 Wales matches the sum of goals was under 3.5
- Wales have scored in 13 of the last 14 matches
- Wales have conceded in 11 of the last 12 matches
- Wales have not won 8 of the last 9 matches
- England have not won 6 of the last 7 matches
- England have conceded in 6 of the last 7 matches
- In 3 of the last 4 England matches the sum of goals was over 3.5
- In 3 of the last 4 England matches the sum of goals was over 2.5
Wales vs England Lineups
Wales vs England Betting Tips
With another World Cup campaign only just beginning to take form, we are still a bit in the dark as to who will dominate the scoring charts for both Wales and England. Accordingly, we have listed some of the players who are expected to be getting it on for each team this season.
One win is a poor outcome for Wales from 10 attempts to claim a win. They drew three and lost six in this streak. England won three of their 10 most recent games, drew four and lost three.
Wales saw over 2.5 goals in four of their last ten matches across all tournaments, as they scored an average of 0.9 goals during this run. Over 2.5 goals appeared in five of the last ten matches that England played across all tournaments. They scored 1.5 times on average in the process. Wales conceded a goal in their previous 7 matches on the spin.
In the past six encounters between Wales and England over 2.5 goals came out two times, with Wales scoring an average of 0.17 goals per game. England averaged 1.83 goals, while both teams scored one time.
Surprisingly, Wales only scored the first goal of the match in two out of their last ten games. Interestingly, England scored the opening goal of the match in just two of their last ten games.