World Cup 2022 – Wales vs England LIVE: Stream FREE, TV channel, kick-off time, Henderson set to START group game | The Sun

ENGLAND take on Wales tonight in the World Cup – and Gareth Southgate is expected to make changes to his team.

Jordan Henderson looks set to START for the Three Lions and there could be even more to come on the personnel front.

A win for England tonight would see them top Group B, while Wales need to win and hope USA vs Iran ends in a draw for them to qualify.

  • Kick-off: 7pm GMT
  • TV channel: BBC One
  • Live stream: BBC iPlayer
  • England XI: To follow
  • Wales XI: To follow


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When is Wales vs England?

  • Wales' mouth-watering clash against England will get underway from 7pm UK time TONIGHT – Tuesday, November 29.
  • The game will be played at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar.
  • And it opened in 2003 and can hold up to 50,000 spectators.

What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

  • Wales vs England will be shown live on BBC One in the UK.
  • You can live stream the action from the BBC iPlayer, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.
  • The game is FREE to watch, so long as you have a TV licence.

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What is the team news?

Wales' number one goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey will serve a suspension following his reckless red card against Iran which should see Danny Ward take up his position in between the sticks.

Joe Allen made his return from injury last time out so Robert Page could be tempted to throw him in from the start.

And Gareth Bale is expected to start despite being anonymous in Friday's encounter.

Elsewhere, James Maddison could get his first run out for England having recovered from a knee injury.

Manchester City star Kyle Walker is available for Gareth Southgate to choose if the Three Lions boss decides he wants to rest Kieran Trippier.

Meanwhile, Southgate has hinted that Phil Foden could finally get a start at the World Cup.

Latest odds

  • Wales to win 15/2
  • Draw 18/5
  • England 2/5

Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication.

  • Kieran Davies

    Boss talks about Welsh threat

    The England manager spoke about what he sees as the dangers Wales possess:

    They have some world class players who can produce moments of brilliance and have done for a long time with their clubs and their country. They have a good spirit and organisation. We know the quality of the Ukraine team they beat to get to these finals. They seem to have additional motivation to play England from what they’re saying. We’ve got to be prepared for all of those things. But we’ve got to focus on our own performance and that’s the key.

    Gareth SouthgateEngland manager

  • Kieran Davies

    England fans flock to Al Rayyan

    Enjoying the afternoon sunshine, fans of the Three Lions are enjoying the Qatar weather before tonight's game.

    Both sets of fans seem to mingling and enjoying the occasion together.

    A huge clash ahead for both sides tonight.

    Credit: Getty
    Credit: Dan Charity
    Credit: Dan Charity
  • Kieran Davies

    Key players need to perform

    Against Iran, national team heroes Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey were practically anonymous in the game.

    Page is unlikely to consider dropping the duo however in such an important fixture.

    Both players need to put in performances of a career for Wales to stand any chance of pulling off the unthinkable tonight.

  • Kieran Davies

    Bring back the Phil-good factor

    Gareth Southgate was reluctant to bring on Phil Foden for Mason Mount in the number 10 role on Friday, but with Bukayo Saka have an off night against the USA, Foden could push for a start out wide.

    Pundits are baffled by the absence of one of the most naturally gifted footballers in this squad, not being utilised whatsoever.

    Foden brings a creativity that can unlock defences that was much needed against USA.

  • Kieran Davies

    England team news:

    As for England, Southgate could be working with a near fully-fit squad for tonight’s game after welcoming James Maddison back to training from a knee injury.

    Ben White could miss out due to illness, and he is facing plenty of selection dilemmas.

    Kyle Walker’s return to fitness could see the Man City man return on the right over Kieran Trippier, in spite of calls for Southgate to introduce Trent Alexander-Arnold.

  • Kieran Davies

    Wales team news:

    Wales number one Wayne Hennessey will serve a one-match suspension for his red card against Iran, opening the door for Danny Ward to start in between the sticks after some recent good form for Leicester.

    Page has no new injury concerns, where Joe Allen was able to come off the bench following his hamstring injury, but the Swansea City man was largely at fault for Cheshmi’s long-range effort with his poor clearance.

    Daniel James and Brennan Johnson should be considered for starts, though Kieffer Moore provides a much-needed physical presence in the final third.

  • Matt Penn

    Welcome to England vs Wales!

    Hello and welcome to England vs Wales at the World Cup 2022 in Qatar!

    It's a massive game for both sides tonight as the two home nations battle it out for a spot in the last-16 at football's most famous tournament.

    England are sitting pretty at the top of Group B, while Wales are rock bottom.

    But BOTH can still qualify.

    The task is simple for the Three Lions, who have four points to their name after two games.

    Win and they top the group, with their last-16 game to come on Sunday, December 4 at 7pm against the runners up of Group A.

    Wales need to win, by any margin, and hope that USA vs Iran finishes in a draw for them to qualify in historic circumstances.

    The only way England can be knocked out of the tournament tonight, is to lose 4-0 to Wales.

    Manager Gareth Southgate could make FOUR changes to the side which drew against USA on Friday night, with Jordan Henderson likely to start.

    Kyle Walker could also make his first appearance in Qatar.

    And all eyes will be on Phil Foden, who England fans pleaded for Southgate to bring on against the Americans last week.

    Whatever the weather, we'll have you covered here at SunSport all evening, so kick back and relax – you're in for a cracker.

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