World Cup 2022

Revealed: Gareth Southgate expected to switch formation vs Wales & make THREE changes to England’s line-up

Gareth Southgate is expected to switch formation and make three big changes to England’s line-up vs Wales this evening...


Gareth Southgate could ring the changes for tonight’s massive World Cup clash with Wales.

The Three Lions are close to booking their place in the knockout stages but they will hope to do so as Group B winners.

But following the team’s lackluster display against the United States, Southgate is set to rest three players and switch formations...

Foden, Walker & Henderson in, Sterling, Trippier & Bellingham out?

Jordan Henderson and Kyle Walker are both expected to be named in England’s line-up against Wales, according to the Daily Mail.

Meanwhile, Phil Foden could also be brought back into the team with Southgate set to freshen up his attack.

The former Middlesbrough boss has named an unchanged line-up for the first two games but that is expected to change tonight.

Jude Bellingham is set to make way for Henderson, whilst Walker could start in a back-five.

Foden could well make his first start at the tournament with two attackers set to be sacrificed.

Harry Kane is likely to keep up his place up front despite struggling with a foot injury.

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Jamie Brown

Jamie Brown

Writer for 101 Great Goals since 2017. Founder of @Daily_Hotspur.



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