England vs Wales: Kick-off time, TV channel and team news for World Cup clash
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England take on Wales in their final Group B game of the World Cup with both sides still in with a chance of progressing through to the last 16.
Gareth Southgate’s side sit top of the group on four points, having battered Iran 6-2 in their opener, before playing out a stodgy 0-0 draw against the US.
The Three Lions only need to avoid a defeat by four goals or more to qualify for the next round.
Meanwhile, Wales are in a more precarious position. Rob Page’s side need to win and hope that the match between the US and Iran ends with a draw to qualify for the last 16.
Find out where and how to watch the home nations' World Cup clash.
England vs Wales: What time does the game start?
The match, which is being held at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan, will take place on Tuesday, November 29 at 7pm GMT.
England vs Wales will kick off at the same time as Iran’s clash against the US.
England vs Wales: How to watch the game on TV and live stream
The game will be shown on BBC One, with coverage getting underway from 6pm GMT.
It can also be available to stream on the BBCiPlayer app and website, as well as the BBC Sport website.
Welsh language coverage of the game will be available on S4C from 6pm GMT.
Moreover, BBC Radio 5 Live and talkSPORT will have live radio coverage of the fixture in the UK.
England vs Wales team news
Southgate will be working with a fully-fit squad for the first time since arriving in Qatar, after welcoming James Maddison back to training.
Kyle Walker’s return to fitness could see the Manchester City full-back challenge Kieran Trippier for a right-back spot.
Furthermore, the Daily Mail claim 19-year-old midfielder Jude Bellingham will be replaced by Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson in the starting lineup.
There have also been plenty of calls for Phil Foden to feature after Friday’s tepid game against the US. The 22-year-old could challenge Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka for a spot on the right wing.
Meanwhile, Wales’ number one, Wayne Hennessey, is unavailable after a red card against Iran. Leicester keeper Danny Ward will almost certainly start in his place.
Elsewhere, Joe Allen is back fit after overcoming a hamstring injury. The Swansea man came off the bench in Wales’ 2-0 loss against Iran on Friday morning.