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Excitement at Wembley

An all-British encounter gets underway at Wembley tonight as Gareth Southgate pits his managerial skills against Ryan Giggs. The Three Lions edged their way to a thrilling 2-1 win over Wales in the 2016 European Championships and that was the last occasion in which they did battle with each other. This encounter certainly won’t possess the same spark as that thrilling clash and there won’t be anything like the intensity, however this still promises much in the way of excitement with each manager likely to test some untried players along the way.

 

All-out to Impress

Dominic Calvert-Lewin will possible be given the go-ahead up front thanks to his scintillating form for Everton since the start of the season. He is very much a threat in the box and with the 2021 European Championships on the horizon, he will be going all-out to impress on the international stage. The likes of Harvey Barnes, Reece James and Bukayo Saka may also find themselves in the thick of the action at some point.

 

Force to be Reckoned With

Wales will be a force to be reckoned with and Ryan Giggs’ men will be in high spirits having won 1-0 in each of their opening two UEFA Nations League games. These narrow victories came against Finland and Bulgaria and were notable for the winning side’s defensive resolve. The Dragons will pose a threat to England thanks to their dangerous forward players such as David Brooks, Dan James and Harry Wilson, however they will likely be missing the cutting edge and killer instinct enjoyed by their more illustrious opponents tonight.

 

Run for their Money

The Three Lions are understandably big favourites to win on home soil tonight, however we envisage the visitors giving Gareth Southgate’s men a run for their money and as such, we’ll be backing the Dragons to get themselves onto the scoresheet.

Back England to win and both teams to score at 5/2 with Betfred Bookmakers