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Updated Updated: May 26, 2020

With the new Premier League season safely underway, and the international transfer window firmly shot, attention now turns to the new season’s first set of international fixtures. At Wembley Stadium in London, Gareth Southgate’s men will play their third qualifier on the road to next year’s UEFA EURO 2020.

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About the English team

With a Victory, England can Bolster their Position in Group A

Next year’s UEFA EURO 2020 differs slightly from its predecessors since the group stages and knockout games will be played all over Europe. However, once the semi-finals kick in, the stage will be set at the home of football, Wembley Stadium. Due to England’s Nations League commitments, they have only played two group games thus far. They nevertheless top Group A with a +9 goal difference, having beaten the Czech Republic 5-0 at Wembley before traveling to Montenegro and securing an impressive 5-1 victory. England winning Group A is currently at 1/50 with Betfair, so the Three Lions are in a comfortable position at the moment.

English Issues at Right Back, But Otherwise a Fit Squad

There are a few regulars missing from the England team, such as Tottenham’s Dele Alli and Eric Dier, but they’ve both suffered injury-ridden starts to the season and would be unlikely to feature anyway. The omission of Kyle Walker is more surprising but Southgate has argued that he needed a break, although the new season in only a few games old.

Instead, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Kieran Trippier have been called upon, but with Wan-Bissaka now withdrawn from the squad, Trippier looks the most likely to start against Bulgaria. Harry Kane is expected to captain the side, having started the season in solid fashion scoring three goals in four games. Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford are among the other offensive cards, while Mason Mount has received his first senior call up.

About the Bulgarian team

Bulgaria, on the other hand, are four games in and have only accumulated two points.

Only the top two teams from the group will qualify, and that makes a positive result imperative for Bulgaria in this game. If they don’t secure a result at Wembley, their dreams of going to next year’s EUROs will turn into an illusion.

Bulgaria Without Key Players and Desperate for a Result

Bulgaria have brought a difficult situation upon themselves, and they now travel to Wembley without a few kew players such as midfield regulars Kostadinov and Nedelev, as well as promising defender Chorbadzhiyski. They are expected to line up in a defensive formation, but they are yet to win a match in the group and suffered a disappointing home defeat to Kosovo before the summer holidays. It will be an incredibly difficult task for Bulgaria, and 1 point would be an excellent result for them.

Bulgaria can currently be traded at 30/1 with Paddy Power, which tells us a lot about the state of the Bulgarian team. The draw is 10/1 with William Hill, and would technically not be a poor result for either side. However, Southgate’s men will look for another convincing win here, and there is little to suggest it won’t happen.

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