An easy win for England maybe?

England head into this tie on the back of an eleven-game undefeated run across all competitions. The Three Lions have won each of their last three fixtures, including their 1-2 victory against Tunisia in the first game of this World Cup group G campaign. England sit second in the group table tied on three points with Belgium, with who they will play in the final group fixture.

There are some concerns for England, and not just that Gareth Southgate has managed to dislocate his shoulder. Dele Alli picked up a knock against Tunisia and could miss out here, and Raheem Sterling’s poor showing could see him dropped to the bench. On the plus side, Ruben Loftus-Cheek impressed from the bench and Marcus Rashford is expected to take Sterling’s place.There are some concerns for England, and not just that Gareth Southgate has managed to dislocate his shoulder. Dele Alli picked up a knock against Tunisia and could miss out here, and Raheem Sterling’s poor showing could see him dropped to the bench. On the plus side, Ruben Loftus-Cheek impressed from the bench and Marcus Rashford is expected to take Sterling’s place.

Panama enter the fray on the back of a three-game winless run across all competitions, including a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Belgium. The Panamese have lost four of their last six fixtures, and have failed to score in each of these.

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