Prophetic Animals Predict England vs Wales At World Cup 2022
|Prophetic Animals Predict England vs Wales At World Cup 2022. Photo Sporting News|
England will have a match with Wales (group B) at 7pm UK time on November 29 at Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan. Which team will win the game? Let’s take a look at the predictions made by animal psychics.
Alfie predicts a win for England
For the final round of group matches, Alfie reckons England will defeat Wales in a crucial game to secure qualification to the knockout stages.
Alfie is one of the "smarter and responsive alpacas" at the petting zoo where he lives - so keepers decided to put him to the test. The staff at Fairytale Farm in Southcombe, Oxfordshire, asked the 10-year-old animal for his predictions on who will win Group B.
|Photo The Mirror UK|
A 'psychic' alpaca has predicted England will qualify for the World Cup knockout stages despite LOSING to Iran in their opener - but Wales won't make it out of the group.
Nick Laister, who looks after Alfie, said: "Alfie is one of our smarter and responsive alpacas on the farm who has an abundance of common sense, so if I was pushed to pick an animal to make the right decision, it'd be him.
"Here's hoping Alfie is wrong and both England and Wales can make it through the group stages!"
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The sides met in the group stages of Euro 2016, a match which England went on to win 2-1, requiring a 91st-minute winner from Daniel Sturridge. Gareth Bale got Wales's goal.
Harry Kane, Kyle Walker and Eric Dier are likely to be the only England players who started that match six years ago who have a shout at starting in Qatar.
Super Eagle (Romeo) believes Wales will win
Romeo predicted Wales will win at 2-0 against England.
The eagle "prophet" Romeu continues to receive a lot of attention when showing his talent in predicting the results of England vs Wales.
The eagle prediction is believed by many to be correct because at Euro 2020 the eagle predicted Italy is winner.
England vs Wales: Head-to-head record
England and Wales have played each other 103 times – the first fixture taking place in 1879, and the most recent in 2020.
England have won 68, drawn 21 and lost just 14. You have to go back to 1984 for Wales's last victory against England. The Three Lions have won the last six encounters.
England vs Wales: Team News
England will not have James Maddison or Kyle Walker available, with both players carrying injuries into the tournament. Kalvin Phillips - who also had questions marks over his fitness heading into the World Cup - is available.
Gareth Southgate said: "In terms of player availability, everybody is available bar James Maddison for tomorrow.
"It's a little bit early for Kyle Walker but he is training with the team, so that's ahead of where we thought he might be at this stage. Very positive. We're looking forward to this challenge and I've really liked the way the players have approached training this week."
Wales will not risk Joe Allen against the USA. The midfielder hasn't played since September after injuring his hamstring - and a return for the opening game is still too soon.
"We said from the start we're going to give every possible chance that we can to get him to play that first game, he's probably not going to make it," said Rob Page.
"We could have pushed him but if it breaks down then he's definitely out of the tournament, let alone the second game. Risk and reward. We'd have liked him for the first game, but we're not going to push him to the point of completely losing him."
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England vs Wales: Squad
|Position||No.||Player||Club||Age||Caps||2022 World Cup |
|GK||1||Jordan Pickford||Everton (ENG)||28||45||4|
|GK||13||Nick Pope||Newcastle United (ENG)||30||10||3|
|GK||23||Aaron Ramsdale||Arsenal (ENG)||24||3||1|
|DEF||18||Trent Alexander-Arnold||Liverpool (ENG)||24||17||3|
|DEF||16||Conor Coady||Everton (ENG)||29||10||4|
|DEF||15||Eric Dier||Tottenham (ENG)||28||47||0|
|DEF||7||Harry Maguire||Manchester United (ENG)||29||48||6|
|DEF||3||Luke Shaw||Manchester United (ENG)||27||23||4|
|DEF||5||John Stones||Manchester City (ENG)||28||59||9|
|DEF||12||Kieran Trippier||Newcastle United (ENG)||32||37||3|
|DEF||2||Kyle Walker||Manchester City (ENG)||32||70||6|
|DEF||21||Ben White||Arsenal (ENG)||25||4||0|
|MID||22||Jude Bellingham||Borussia Dortmund (GER)||19||17||4|
|MID||26||Conor Gallagher||Chelsea (ENG)||22||4||1|
|MID||8||Jordan Henderson||Liverpool (ENG)||32||70||4|
|MID||19||Mason Mount||Chelsea (ENG)||23||32||8|
|MID||14||Kalvin Phillips||Manchester City (ENG)||26||23||7|
|MID||4||Declan Rice||West Ham United (ENG)||23||34||5|
|MID||25||James Maddison||Leicester City (ENG)||25||1||0|
|MID||20||Phil Foden||Manchester City (ENG)||21||18||7|
|FWD||24||Callum Wilson||Newcastle (ENG)||30||4||0|
|FWD||7||Jack Grealish||Manchester City (ENG)||27||24||6|
|FWD||9||Harry Kane||Tottenham (ENG)||29||75||8|
|FWD||11||Marcus Rashford||Manchester United (ENG)||24||46||3|
|FWD||17||Bukayo Saka||Arsenal (ENG)||21||20||5|
|FWD||10||Raheem Sterling||Manchester City (ENG)||27||79||7|
Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey (Nottingham Forest), Danny Ward (Leicester), Adam Davies (Sheffield United)
Defenders: Ben Davies (Tottenham), Ben Cabango (Swansea), Tom Lockyer (Luton Town), Joe Rodon (Rennes), Chris Mepham (Bournemouth), Ethan Ampadu (Spezia), Chris Gunter (AFC Wimbledon), Neco Williams (Nottingham Forest), Connor Roberts (Burnley)
Midfielders: Sorba Thomas (Huddersfield), Joe Allen (Swansea), Matt Smith (MK Dons), Dylan Levitt (Dundee United), Harry Wilson (Fulham), Joe Morrell (Portsmouth), Jonny Williams (Swindon), Aaron Ramsey (Nice), Rubin Colwill (Cardiff)
Forwards: Gareth Bale (Los Angeles FC), Kieffer Moore (Bournemouth), Mark Harris (Cardiff), Brennan Johnson (Nottingham Forest), Dan James (Fulham)
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