In the second week of the 2022 World cup games, England will try to continue with their good start as they take on the USA this weekend. England will try to follow up their big win in the opening game that also ended their winless run, while the USA will be looking for their first win and avoid early exit in the tournament. Get sure win predictions today to beat the odds and claim the prize.
Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor city, Qatar
November 26, 2022, Saturday 3:00 AM (GMT+8)
England ended their winless run in the Nations League by winning their World Cup Group B opener against Iran 6-2, the only second time that they netted 6+ goals in a major soccer fixture. The Three Lions lost 3, drew 3, and were relegated in Europe’s premier competition. They have scored 27 goals in this edition of the World Cup so far, 6 came from the group stage and 21 in the qualifiers.
World Cup appearances: 15
Goals Scored: 97
Current FIFA ranking: 5
Best finish: Champions (1966)
Meanwhile, the USA side will head to this match sharing spoils with Wales 1-1 in their World Cup opener. This is their fifth draw in the last 10 games they played across all competitions, winning only 3 and drawing the other 2. The young squad will try to claim all three points from this crucial match to secure a lead before their final matchup.
World Cup appearances: 10
Goals Scored: 38
Current FIFA ranking: 16
Best finish: Third-place (1930)
This will be the first time that these sides will meet in the World Cup stage since their clash in the 1950 and 2010 edition of the tournament. They have met three times in history, with England winning the friendly match they played in 2018, while USA winning 1-0 their maiden head-to-head in 1950, one of World Cup’s biggest upsets. The other game ended in a draw.
England 2 – 1 USA
England will win. Both teams will score
England 1.48 – Draw 4.30 – USA 7.10
FT.HDP – England 1.0
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