England vs Wales – Friendlies Games LIVE Score 08/10/2020
England vs Wales live score match details
Match: England vs Wales
Competition: International friendly games
Date: October 8, 2020
Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, October 8, 2020 (UK time)
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England vs Wales live streaming: Match preview
Two British neighbours go head to head in London, both looking to prepare for big games to come.
England, having reached the semi-finals of the World Cup in 2018 and the Nations League in 2019, are desperate to go all the way at Euro 2020.
Wales meanwhile will also be at next summer’s European Championships which’ll be their third major finals appearance after World Cup 1958 and Euro ’16.
Both were in action in the UEFA Nations League last month.
England were underwhelming, first beating Iceland 1-0 at Laugardalsvöllur thanks to a stoppage time Raheem Sterling penalty.
They were then held to a goalless draw in Denmark.
Later this week, the Three Lions host Belgium and Denmark, needing two wins if they’re to realistically pip the former to top spot.
Wales meanwhile did start with two wins in Group B4.
Ryan Giggs’s side won both of their matches 1-0 last month, beating Finland in Helsinki and Bulgaria in Cardiff.
Kieffer Moore scoring in the 80th minute in the former and Neco Williams netting in the 94th in the latter.
The Dragons face the Republic of Ireland on Sunday and Bulgaria on Wednesday, both away, knowing two wins could secure promotion to League A.
Will Wales win at Wembley, thereby beating their neighbours on English soil for the first time since 1977?