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WORLD CUP 2022 :- England vs Senegal Preview, Line Up, Match Info


The pre-quarter matches are currently being held in Qatar.

   Today, while the European giants England are preparing for the pre-quarter match, the challenge is the African champions, Senegal.  The match will be played at the Al Bait Stadium in Doha at 12.30 midnight IST.

   England topped Group B.  Meanwhile, Senegal entered the pre-quarters as runners-up behind the Netherlands in Group A.  Even in the absence of their superstar Sadio Mane, Senegal has performed well so far.  If they can produce the same quality today, they can rock England.

   On the other hand, England is coming with the brightest stars of the Premier League.  If players like Kane, Saka, Rashford and Sterling come into form, there is no doubt that Senegal will sweat to catch them.  The winners of today's match will face the winners of the France-Poland pre-quarter match.  Anyway, let's hope for a good match


England         :- 63%

Senegal          :- 14%

Draw              :- 23%


Date:- 5/12/2022

Time:- 12.30 AM (IST)

Venue:- Al Bayt Stadium


1) This is the first senior international match between England and Senegal. This is the 13th time England have played their first match against a nation at a World Cup; The Three Lions have lost just one of 12 such occasions (W7 D4), with a 0-1 loss to the USA in 1950.

2) Senegal has alternated between wins (3) and draws (D1 L2) in their six World Cup meetings with European opponents, losing 2-0 against the Netherlands in their most recent game (MD1 of this tournament).

3) England have never lost in seven World Cup matches against African opposition (W4 D3); Their only previous match in the knockout stages was against Cameroon in the 1990 quarter-finals, a 3–2 win after extra time, their goals coming from David Platt and two Gary Lineker penalties.

4) Apart from Senegal's 2-1 win over Sweden in the round of 16 in 2002, African nations have lost eight of their nine World Cup knockout round matches. In their history (W14 D6).

5) England is seeking to reach the quarter-finals of back-to-back editions of the World Cup for the first time since 2002/2006 - the Three Lions have exited just two of the tournament's seven round-of-16 ties, doing so against Germany. 2010 (1-4), 1998 vs. Argentina via penalty shootout.