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How to watch Albania v EnglandAlbania vs England will be broadcast live on ITV1. Of course, TV licence payers can stream the match live via the ITVHub website or app for WIndows, iOS and Android devices.
Albania vs England Betting PreviewAlbania started their World Cup qualifying campign with a win, narrowly beating Andorra 1-0 few days ago courtesy of Ermir Lenjani's 41st-minute winner. They are now on a four match winning streak and could make it five for the first time in ther footballing history. Edoardo Reja's men are unbeaten in six since losing to Lithuania in the Nations League last September and have marched to victory in their last three home matches - scoring at least two goals each time. They have scored 16 goals in their last eight home internationals. The defense also is solid - they conceded only four goals in winning their Nations League group last year.
England will be aiming to make it two wins from two after putting five past San Marino. With Poland and Hungary drawing 3-3, a victory for England will guarantee them first place in the group before next week’s big match against Lewandowski & co. History is on their side, as they have not lost a World Cup Qualifying game away from home since Ukraine beat them in October 2009. Furthermore, the Three Lions have scored 42 goals in their last nine qualifiers for major tournaments (W8 L1).
Probable Line-UpsAlbania (3-5-2): Berisha; Kumbulla, Djimsiti, Ismajli; Hysaj, Bare, Memushaj, Laci, Lenjani; Cikalleshi, Manaj
Many Serie A players - Thomas Strakosha, Elseid Hysaj, Berat Djimsiti and Marash Kumbulla abovce all - are expected to start for the home side. Up front, Rej Manaj should partner Sokol Cikalleshi while Qazim Laci, Keidi Bare and Ledian Memushaj are likely to anchor the midfield. Empoli starlet Nedim Bajrami would hopeful of earning his first cap.
England (4-3-3): Pope; James, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Rice, Mount, Ward-Prowse; Lingard, Kane, Sterling
England lost Marcus Rashford, Bukayo Saka and Kyle Walker to injury before the visit of San Marino. Harry Kane, Declan Rice, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw were rested against San Marino and are all expected to be on the pitch in Albania. Jesse Lingard will be hoping for another chance to impress after a very good performance. Mason Mount should retain his place in midfield, though Phil Foden could come into the front six. Nick Pope should feature in between the sticks once more.
Albania v England Betting TipsAlbania will be a much more competitive opponent than San Marino. Despite the home side being in good form, we expect England to win this one. Two of Albania's six Nations League games ended goalless last year and we predict a low-scoring clash on Sunday. Harry Kane has failed to find the back of the net for his country since 2019 and he could be on the scoresheet this time.
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