Wales is aiming for a historic World Cup triumph on Friday, while England is aiming for three points that would guarantee their position in the round of 16.
Both nations got off to a strong start in Qatar, with England handily defeating Iran and Wales drawing with the United States.
Group B rivals and current leaders England also want a win against the USA (19:00 GMT), which will assure them of a place in the last 16 if they can achieve it.
Even those who are supposed to be in class will have their attention focused on Wales’ second group match.
Wales’ schools are permitted to suspend classes so that students can watch Robert Page’s team play Iran. More than 1,000 schools are anticipated to participate in “Cymru Football Friday.”
Children all throughout the country will be watching the game instead of math class as they watch for Gareth Bale to surpass Chris Gunter as Wales’ most capped player in what might be their pivotal Group B match.
Wales knows a win will be crucial if they are to advance to the knockout stages with a point already on the board and leaders England as their final group opponents.
As he nears a milestone appearance, captain Bale, who has 109 caps for Wales, said it was a “honor” to represent them.
But it’s more crucial that we attempt to win, he continued. “Perhaps we can, and that will make it even more unique.
Iran has a really good team, therefore it will be a challenging game. Although they are here for a reason, we are confident that we can defeat them.
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