As the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar is reaching the conclusion of group stage, groups have started completing their matches. The group A competition have already ended with the final two matches of group B oncoming today at noon.
The later two matches of today’s four game schedule will be of group B. Both games will be held at the same time in different stadiums. On one of them, group B leading England will face the group B bottom competitor Wales.
England is already in a strong position for upcoming round of 16, leading the group B with 4 points. While, Wales have a difficult competition forward, if they want to see themselves in next round. If they can defeat England with 4-0 game, it will help them secure a spot. However, this is quite unlikely judging their recent performance.
England is one of the top 3 football team from UEFA. They are currently ranked 5th worldwide and 3rd among UEFA members in FIFA rankings. They had an absolutely amazing opening in this FIFA with a 6-2 win against Iran. However, the following match with USA ended with a draw of 0-0.
Wales is another UEFA member, ranked 19th worldwide and 12th among UEFA teams in FIFA rankings. This is their first world cup since 1958 and second world cup appearance overall. The team had a decent start in the event, making draw against USA by 1-1. Unfortunately, they lost against Iran by 2-0.
When is Wales vs England?
- Date: Tuesday, November 29, 2022
- Time: 02:00 p.m. ET
How to Watch Wales vs England?
- BBC – United Kingdom
- Fox – United States
In UK, Wales vs England will be live broadcast by BBC. While, Fox Sports 1 will telecast the event in the US.
How to Live Stream the event?
- BBC iPlayer
BBC iPlayer will provide a free live stream of the upcoming Group B match in the United Kingdom. While, fans in United States will require a FuboTV subscription to live stream the game.
Venue of Wales vs England:
- Venue: Ahmad bin Ali Stadium
- Capacity: 45,032
The upcoming Wales vs England game of group B will be hosted by the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium. Also popularly known as Al Rayyan Stadium, the multi-purpose venue with gorgeous design is located in Umm Al Afaei, Al Rayyan, Qatar.
Wales XI: Ward, Mepham, Rodon, Davies, Roberts, Ramsey, Ampadu, Allen, N Williams, Bale, Moore.
England XI: Pickford, Walker, Stones, Maguire, Trippier, Bellingham, Rice, Henderson, Foden, Rashford, Kane.