Wales and England will face off at the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium on Tuesday in their final group game at this World Cup. Here’s how to bet the Wales vs. England match on the moneyline, spread, and Over/Under total odds.
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Wales: Disappointing Tournament
Only a miracle would prevent Wales from their trip home, as they are sitting at the bottom of the group, having one point. Their latest performance saw them making a setback against underestimated Iran, losing 2-0 and showing little positive things. Having a one-man down in the last minutes of the match definitely contributed to their two conceded goals in the injury time. We can’t trust Wales so we won’t include them in our soccer picks and parlays.
The Dragons slowed their momentum after the qualification for the World Cup and are winless in the last seven games, losing five in the process. Wales started with a tough match against the USA and failed to win it after having a bunch of opportunities. Should Wales fail to take all three points in Tuesday’s game, it will mark the first time in their history that they have gone through a major tournament without a single win to their name, but they may be able to take some encouragement from England’s similarly dismal showing against the USA.
Wales number one Wayne Hennessey will take his place on the suspension step for this one following his red card against Iran, opening the door for Danny Ward to start in between the sticks after a period of notable improvement at Leicester City. National team heroes Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey were practically anonymous in matchday 2, but Rob Page is unlikely to consider dropping the duo for such an important fixture.
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England: Ups and downs
England’s fans in the stadium appeared to boo their own players off the field after an uneventful draw with the USA. Gareth Southgate questioned whether his players were in fact mocked off the pitch, but he can’t deny that much more will be needed from his side on Tuesday, where a win would confirm England’s place in the last 16 as Group B winners.
Despite their poor form this year, they are still considered one of the main contenders to win the tournament here. But if they continue to play like in the match against the USA, we think it will be impossible. England failed to score a goal and there were more than one or two chances for the USMNT to score and beat them. Southgate would have preferred to have finished the job against the Yanks as his side now faces a derby against a Welsh team who need to go all out for the win.
Harry Kane was photographed with his ankle bandaged following the draw against the USA, having previously picked up a knock there against Iran. There are no fresh injury concerns for Southgate’s side, however, and the only other debate is whether the manager will choose to rotate the squad following their disappointing performance in their second game. If you’re betting online you should check the official lineups before placing your bet.
Wales vs England Match Information:
- Match: Wales vs England
- Day/Time: Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2:00 p.m. ET
- Location: Ahmad bin Ali Stadium (Al Rayyan)
- Wales vs England Live Stream: Fubo TV
Wales vs England Picks & Prediction
- Worth betting on the Moneyline?
England enter this clash as heavy favorites being priced at -225 on the three-way moneyline according to the latest soccer odds while Wales are priced at +650. Wales’ last win against their nearest neighbors came in 1984 thanks to a Mark Hughes goal, however, Rob Page’s side will be encouraged that this is arguably the nation’s strongest side since then. Wales have no choice but to go all out in order to win this game, with only a heavy win giving the Dragons a chance of qualification from Group B. They will definitely get exposed by England’s world-class attacking line.
- Worth betting Against the Spread?
England have beaten Wales in their last six meetings with the last match ending in a 3-0 friendly victory. England boasts one of the top attacks at the World Cup, with stars such as Kane, Raheem Sterling, Marcus Rashford, Bukayo Saka, Phil Foden, Mason Mount, and Jude Bellingham. This attacking unit will be present for years to come and we expect them to cover the -1 spread on Tuesday.
- Worth betting the Totals?
The goal line is set at 2½ with the over being priced at -115. Though the scoring has been scarce for England’s standards in 2022, the Three Lions will show up on the big stage. They should have enough to hit the over on their own.
SCORE PREDICTION: England 3, Wales 1,