PREVIEW: England vs Panama - England to qualify with a victory Featured
24 Jun

PREVIEW: England vs Panama - England to qualify with a victory

England will be hoping to clinch a convincing win against Panama after their nervy start to the World cup campaign against Tunisia, thanks to a late second goal from Harry Kane.
The Three Lions are expected to be free flowing as they face a 55th ranked Panama side with their manager Southgate confident of a win over the South Americans.
"We want to show people an England team can play in a different way. We've got technically good players, we want them to get on the ball and express themselves and really attack the game like we did the other night, "he said.
Panama are chasing for their first win as they were humbled by a highly-rated Belgium side. Coach Gomez reiterated his desire to stick to the same starting line-up that lost to Belgium.
Delle Alli returned to training on Saturday after he sustained a thigh injury against Tunisia and remains doubtful for Sunday's game.
Panama marked their first ever appearance in the mundial with a 3-0 defeat as  they lacked ideas high up the pitch,and their gaffer was quick to admit their game will be quite tough
"Against England, we would get the same score,or even worse,this is our hardest match by far," Gomez said.
England is expected to maintain the team that beat Tunisia with only Sterling dropping to the bench in favor of Manchester United attacker Marcus Rashford and Loftus Cheek coming in place of the injured Dele Alli.

By: Shakino Hussein Ishaak

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