Can Page offer up something different? The Americans pressed England tight enough to stifle them, and had the better share of the goalscoring chances. Will we see Wales replicate that? Speaking after Friday’s loss, the dejected Wales boss said: “I’m not going to sit here with sour grapes and say we deserved anything out of that game. “We weren’t in the game at all. You can carry one or two players if they have off days, but when the majority of the team are not quite at it, there’s only going to be one outcome unfortunately. Wales World Cup permutations Wales sit bottom of World Cup Group B with one point.
“We fought until the last second and we need to go again. We are all gutted but we have to pick ourselves up straight away. It is going to be difficult for us for sure. We will have to see. What can I say? We recover and we have to go again. ”Go again indeed. Boss Rob Page has just four days to get this sorted. His star men Bale, Moore and Aaron Ramsey laboured last time out, but will surely be trusted again. Page has been loyal to the team that got this nation through qualifying, and it’s that unity that had worked so well up to this point. Tactically, though, his system that relies on taking advantage of the breakdown of play suffered another sucker-punch on Friday – Iran did to Wales what the USA also managed, but were even more clinical. Wales’ World Cup will be over unless they can produce something spectacular against England (Photo: Getty)In fact, both games so far have been messy affairs.
At one stage in the second half on Friday the ball just wouldn’t stick to either Welsh or Iranian boots. Wales knew they needed to shake things up at the 2022 World Cup but bar a strong period against America have generally come out second best in a game of pinball. England are unlikely to get drawn into an end-to-end contest lacking in such control.
The Three Lions racked up the goals against Iran but came up short against the USA in their second group game. They now have four points, while Wales retain their thin hope of progressing. And right now that’s all the Welsh can cling on to. They will hope that the aftershock of two fairly passive performances manifests itself into a stirring courage capable of taking down their local rivals. England vs Wales TV details Date: Tuesday 29 November, 2022Kick off: 7pm GMTVenue: Al-Rayyan StadiumTV Channel: England vs Wales will be broadcast on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Tuesday. The game will also be available in Wales on S4C and S4C Online. “We are gutted, there is no other way to say it, ” said Bale after the defeat to Iran.
A disappointing performance was compounded when Wayne Hennessey was sent off for a horrendous challenge outside his box, and Gareth Bale went missing. That one stung. The look on the faces of the Welsh players as they sat on the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium turf, exhausted after conceding twice in stoppage time, said it all. They’d blown their chance of making it through the group stage and replicating that glorious French summer of 2016 in the Qatari desert. More from FootballOr perhaps they haven’t quite yet. Wales have one last shot at salvation at this World Cup when they take on an England side that laboured against USA on Friday. The point Wales earned against America could save them still, especially as Gareth Southgate’s side failed to wrap up the group early.
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What World Cup games are on today? TV channels, KO times and live stream detailsIt's yet another day of action in the World Cup and there are four games for your viewing delight to take in as Groups A and B take centre stage on Friday, November 25. Wales and England are both in action. Here's everything you need to know: Wales v Iran Wales v Iran kicks off at 10am UK time. The match will be broadcast live on BBC One and S4C. As for live streaming, the game will also be available on BBC iPlayer, S4C Clic and the BBC Sport website. The match will be played at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar.
Wales v England: How To Watch, TV Channel, Live Stream DetailsAll the key details as England and Jordan Henderson take on Wales in the final round of matches in Group B at the World Cup. Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson is tipped to start for England ahead of Reds target Jude Bellingham when they take on Wales in World Cup Group B on Tuesday. Gareth Southgate's team need a draw to secure qualification to the knockout stages after picking up four points from their opening two matches. Trent Alexander-Arnold will also be available to the England manager should he wish to freshen up his team after a disappointing display against the USA. Wales can also still qualify but will need to beat England and hope for a draw between Iran and USA. Jordan Henderson could replace Jude Bellingham when England face Wales on Tuesday. IMAGO / PA ImagesWhat Time Is The Match? United KingdomThe match starts at 7:00pm GMTUnited States of AmericaEastern time: 2:00pm ETPacific time: 11:00am PTCentral time: 1:00pm CTIndiaKick-off is at 12:30am IST (Wednesday)Scroll to ContinueAustraliaKick-off is at 5:00am AEST (Wednesday)NigeriaKick-off is at 8:00pm (GMT+1)How To Watch / Live StreamFor supporters in the UK, the game will be shown on BBC1, the BBC iPlayer, and the BBC Sport website.
England’s draw with USA on Friday evening means Wales need to beat England to stand a chance of qualifying for the knockout stage. In fact, Wales need to win on Tuesday regardless of what happens elsewhere, otherwise they’re heading home. Victory over England could seal it if Wales score enough, and they then won’t need to worry about Iran beating the USA in their last group game on Tuesday. And USA themselves could still qualify if they beat Iran. Unlike in the Champions League where head-to-head records are used to split teams tied on points, in the World Cup it’s all about goal difference.
When England play Wales at the World Cup, and how to watch it on TV and live streamKieffer Moore said before the World Cup began how “amazing” it would be to dump England out of it, but Wales’ chances of reaching the last 16 now hang by a thread following a damaging defeat to Iran. It has been a frustrating tournament for Wales, who followed up a 1-1 draw with an enthusiastic United States side in their opening game by suffering a humbling 2-0 loss to Iran in the second.
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