Wales head into their last Group B fixture needing a win against England and hoping that USA and Iran draw.
The disappointing defeat to Iran on Friday leaves Wales sitting bottom of the group and reliant on results going their way to progress.
If Iran or USA win their fixture, Wales will be required to beat England by 4 goals.
Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey’s performances have come under criticism in this tournament, but both remain in the starting eleven.
Wales manager Robert Page is viewing the match as a chance to show their quality after two underwhelming performances. Page told the BBC: “”Irrespective of the other results, whether we go home or whether we go through, we have to give a performance that our supporters can be proud of.”
Gareth Southgate, under pressure himself, has made four changes to the starting eleven after remaining unchanged for the first two games. Southgate said: “”We have to balance freshness with stability…there’s a lot resting on the game for both teams. Our performance is the key.”
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