Wales and England have endured differing experiences at this World Cup, the Dragons finding themselves bottom of Group B with just one point from two games, while England, despite their dire 0-0 draw against the United States on Friday, are sitting top of the group with four points.
Now all focus for the teams is on Tuesday evening as the pair face each other at the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan.
Wales need a win coupled with a draw between the USA and Iran to stand any hope of going through, while a win for the Three Lions puts them into the knockouts regardless of how the US and Iran get on.
Speaking on ITV this morning, former Wales striker Hal Robson-Kanu revealed what he thinks Rob Page’s side need to do in order to increase their chances of heading into the knockouts.
“Wales need to do everything they can to affect England, to make sure they’re not easy to play against but also to give themselves a great chance of progressing.
“It is going to be a tough ask going into the game, but if they get a result, they could still go through.”
🗣 "It's an all-or-nothing game."
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This is Wales and England’s first ever meeting at a World Cup, so expect fireworks as England hope to extend their winning run against their opponents to seven games.