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England’s third and final group game in this year’s World Cup sees the Three Lions take on their neighbours Wales, in what is sure to be a fiery encounter that may decide the outcome of group B.
Garteh Southgate's side will undoubtedly be heavy favourites heading into the game, having won their last six matches against the Welsh.
Their last meeting in a major tournament was at the 2016 European Championships, with England winning 2-1 - a result they will hope to repeat in Qatar.
Since being knocked out of that same competition by Iceland, Gareth Southgate’s men have enjoyed a resurgence in form.
They reached the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup in France, and went one better three years later by reaching the final of the delayed 2020 European Championships, a game that saw them lose to Italy on penalties at Wembley.
England will be looking to go a step further this year and finally bring football home again by lifting their first major trophy since 1966. To do so, they will need to get off to a strong start by beating Iran, USA and Wales in the group stages.
Here is everything you need to know about their final group match game against Wales.
The all British clash between England and Wales will take place on Tuesday the 29th November, with kick-off scheduled for 7pm GMT and 10pm local time.
The game will be played in Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium which has a 50,000 spectator capacity. This will be the first time England play in this stadium in the tournament, however Wales will have faced both Iran and USA here, which may offer them a slight advantage.
England vs Wales in the World Cup will be available to UK viewers live on BBC One and also via a livestream on the BBC iPlayer app and website.