England and the US battle it out in another exciting Group B clash at the Qatar World Cup.

The Three Lions know another win here, having beaten Iran in their opener, will guarantee their progress to the knockout stage.

While the United States will be hoping to improve after letting Wales return to their opener, meaning they will have to settle for a point.

Gareth Southgate is sweating on the fitness of his star striker Harry Kane but they will enter the contest as favorites even without the Tottenham forward.

Here’s everything you need to know before the game.

When is England vs USA?

Group B matches will kick off at 19:00 on Friday, 25 November at the Al-Bayt Stadium in Al Khor.

On which TV channels and how can I watch online?

ITV 1 will start coverage at 18.05 straight after coverage of Netherlands v Ecuador

It will be shown free-to-air and you can also live stream it for free on the ITV Hub and the ITVX app.

How are you team?

Harry Kane is a serious doubt for England after picking up an ankle injury against Iran, the Tottenham striker is awaiting scans. Marcus Rashford will be the favorite to deputize, but Callum Wilson could also be an option, even though the Newcastle man missed training on Tuesday.

Kyle Walker wasn’t fit enough to play the opener with a groin problem, but he is back in contention here. Doubts remain over James Maddison, with Leicester missing training with a knee injury.

Midfielder Yunus Musah was injured against Wales with a toe injury. Weston McKennie is dealing with groin problems. If not fit enough to start then Cristian Roldan could come in to secure the midfield.

Sergino Dest was a doubt for the Wales game, and then dropped out of the game, which could also put his place in doubt here.

Gregg Berhalter will reconsider Gio Reyna from the start, having kept him out due to fitness issues in the opener.

Predicted lineups

England XI: Pickford; Trippier, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Rice, Bellingham, Mountain; Saka, Kane, Sterling

USA XI: Turner; Yedlin, Zimmerman, Ream, Robinson; Acosta, Adams, Roldan; Weah, Sergeant, Pulisic


England: 8/15

Series: 29/10

United States of America: 4/19


England flew in after their defeat to Iran in the opener and the United States, against Wales, fell in the second round. Southgate’s side will have too much here and edge the game to move to six points. England 2-1 USA.