All the Welsh players will be concentrating on will be improving their performance. As a player you don't want to leave this World Cup knowing you haven't given a performance in three matches. That won't sit well at all with some of these players, so performance is everything tonight. 'Moore can do all facets of the game'Wales v England (19:00 GMT)Danny GabbidonFormer Wales defender on BBC Radio 5 LiveKieffer Moore can cause problems for any defence really. He's a bit of a throwback centre forward which you don't see much of or that central defenders don't come up against these days. He's capable of doing all facets of the game, he's not just a big target man.
Kane sustained a heavy blow to the ankle in the opening 6-2 win over Iran and was taken off after 76 minutes. The Tottenham striker had a precautionary scan, but then played the whole of the laboured 0-0 draw against the United States. "Whether or not I am fully fit or injured, someone else can come in - in any position, " Kane told BBC Sport. "The team isn't just me. We have 26 players here who are all looking to achieve the same thing: to win a World Cup. "I was an England fan before I was an England player.
'Anyone but England' - the game Wales do not wantWales v England (19:00 GMT)Dafydd PritchardBBC Sport Wales in DohaIf you hear a Wales fan utter the words "anyone but England", it may not necessarily be a declaration of support for their neighbours' opponents. Sure, there might be a little schadenfreude involved but, for many, that phrase is more representative of a desire not to face England. Wales have waited 64 years to play at a World Cup, a precious opportunity to bask in the tournament's technicolour glow and showcase this nation to a global audience it has never enjoyed before.
Good to go. "Physically, I feel good and I will be ready for the game. "Read more here. Player perspectiveWales v England (19:00 GMT)Video contentVideo caption: World Cup 2022: Wales 'can offer so much more' ahead of England, says Joe AllenVideo contentVideo caption: We don't need fans to boo us to know we haven't played well - Rashford20 up for JudeWales v England (19. 00 GMT)Jude Bellingham tonight becomes the second-youngest player (19 years, 153 days) to earn 20 caps for England, behind only Wayne Rooney (19 years, 24 days).
I know [about] when Rooney got injured, when Beckham had the injury, so I know the hype and noise that can come. "I know and understand why it happens, but from our point of view, we are fully focused on ourselves to go far in the tournament. "I feel good. I know there has been a lot of noise. In the Iran game, I could easily have played the full 90 minutes, but the manager changed it for tactical reasons. "I had a precautionary scan - which is common in our sport - and it came back pretty much all clear.
Copyright: Getty ImagesPost updateWales v England (19:00 GMT)Jess FishlockWales' most-capped footballer on BBC Radio WalesI really like the Wales team. Playing Aaron Ramsey at 10 gives him the chance to go and be creative, then you have the back four and the midfield two protecting everything else. This is exactly the team what I wanted to see - thank you Rob [Page]! Post updateWales v England (19:00 GMT)Sam VokesWales striker on BBC Radio WalesI like to see Joe Allen back in there. I was gutted for him missing out through injury.
Argentina are the main challengers with a 12% chance of winning followed by France, Spain and the Netherlands, all estimated to have 9% chance of winning. Brazil v Argentina is currently looking like a semi-final. The 16 most likely teams to reach the knockout phase are (in order of likelihood); Brazil, France, Portugal (all three already certain), England, Netherlands, Spain, Morocco (replacing Belgium from our pre-tournament forecasts), Argentina, Ecuador, Poland (replacing Mexico), Croatia, Switzerland, IR Iran, Australia (replacing Denmark), Uruguay and Costa Rica (replacing Germany). The most likely quarter-finalists are now Brazil, France, Portugal, Netherlands, Spain, Argentina, England, and Morocco. The most likely semi-finalists are Brazil, France, Argentina and Portugal.
Hosted by 5 Live’s Nihal Arthanayake, it’s likely to be a passionate affair with proud Wales supporters Haydn Craven (Liam) and Elena Cole (Alba) in one camp and England fan Keaton Edmund (Freddie) in the other! If you’re a fan of the show or a young football fan looking for a different experience of tonight’s match then come and join the Watchalong on iPlayer from 6:45pm here.
He is a player who over the years has made us tick and has been a huge miss for us in the last two games. It's quite an attacking team. It shows intent with that formation. I am glad to see Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey in the side because they can produce that one moment that opens England up. How Yma o Hyd became a Welsh football anthemWales v England (19:00 GMT)Dafydd Iwan's 40 year-old song, Yma o Hyd, became a national catchphrase and is now a huge football anthem for Wales. But what is the meaning behind this emotional song? Video contentVideo caption: How Yma o Hyd became a Welsh football anthemWorld Cup watchalongWales v England (19:00 GMT)Copyright: BBC SportBuilding on the success of last year’s live Euros Watchalong on iPlayer, CBBC are holding another for tonight’s England v Wales game featuring cast members from hit football drama Jamie Johnson.
What they did not want was to find themselves in England's orbit again; to have their time in the limelight diminished by the overbearing presence of their oldest rivals, for whom there is nothing new about gracing this grandest stage. So when the World Cup draw was made in April, there was a collective groan around Wales when the winner of their play-off was put in the same group as England.
I'm not being overconfident but I think we have the ability to win it. From a Wales perspective, as an outsider looking in, that passion that we see from Wales, we haven't seen it in the last few games. Whether the occasion has just got the better of them at times. You see it form the fans, but from the players point of view, we just haven't seen that energy from them. Whether we will see it today will be a big question.
We know how good he is when the ball comes into the box, he attacks the ball really well and his hold up play is good. He's really mobile for a big man and we will run in the channels as well but he does need that service from wide areas. We need to get on the ball in the right areas. We need to be better in all departments, defensively more solid, less open, particularly with the type of players England have in the attacking areas, we have to retain possession better to allow our better players to get on the ball in the right areas to hurt them. Kane says 'hype' around injury similar to Beckham and RooneyWales v England (19:00 GMT)Video contentVideo caption: World Cup 2022: Harry Kane picks up ankle injury against IranEngland captain Harry Kane says the "hype and noise" around his injury is similar to when David Beckham and Wayne Rooney suffered their issues before and during previous major tournaments.
Wales vs England live stream and how to watch the 2022 FIFA
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