England vs Wales: Kick-off time, TV channel and live stream | Football

England and Wales are set to do battle in Qatar (Picture: Richard Sellers/Getty Images)

England and Wales meet in Qatar for a fierce home nations derby in the final group stage game at the World Cup 2022.

Gareth Southgate’s side sit top of Group B with four points and they only need to avoid a defeat by four goals or more to qualify for the round of 16.

As for Wales, Rob Page’s men must win and hope that the match between the USA and Iran ends in a draw.

This will be the first time England and Wales will have played each other at the World Cup, with the Three Lions winning the last fixture between the sides at a major tournament at Euro 2016.

Find out when England and Wales kick-off and how to watch on TV and live stream.

What time does England vs Wales start?

England vs Wales will take place on Tuesday, November 29 at 7pm.

The match will be held at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan.

Wales will need Gareth Bale to be on top form against England (Picture: Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

How to watch on TV and live stream

The game will be shown live on BBC One, with coverage getting underway from 6pm.

Fans will also be able to live stream the match on the BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.

Live Welsh language coverage of the clash will be available on S4C from 6pm.

How to listen on radio

BBC Radio 5 Live and talkSPORT will both have live radio coverage of England vs Wales in the UK.

What is the team news?

England are set to have a full compliment of players to choose from, with James Maddison back in training having missed the Three Lions’ first two group games with a knee injury.

Kyle Walker could get some minutes having been named on the bench for the game against the USA, with the City right back yet to play since injuring his groin at the start of October.

Wales will be without Wayne Hennessey after the 35 year-old was sent off against Iran, with Leicester goalkeeper Danny Ward expected to be handed the gloves.

Rob Page may elect to start Joe Allen after the Swansea midfielder came off the bench against Iran in his first appearance after returning from injury.

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