Eddie Boothrid’s side welcomes Turkey to the first match of the three-match series at Molinex, before coming to Andorra and Albania next month, in the group’s first home of 2020.
England are top of Group Three, having won six of their seven matches so far, four points ahead of Australia’s closest challenges, with a much higher goal difference.
However, last Wednesday, England made a surprise last-minute comeback by Andorra, who leveled the score at 3-3 for their efforts – the first time the Boothroid men had scored.
The Young Lions beat Turkey 3-2 in Kokili last September, where Eddie Naketia, England’s joint under-21 scorer, scored twice and now, if he completes the double on Tuesday, England You can take your own plane ticket to Hungary or Slovenia. Next summer’s tournament.
When and where
Tuesday, 7.30pm Molinex.
Well done @ Adenkiah 9! 👌
See how ours # Younglians Preparing for your first home game of the year:
– England (@ England) October 12, 2020
Although the match will be played behind closed doors, England and Wolf supporters can follow the action from home, with BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate live.
The last line-up
TeamRumsdale (Chef), Arns (Norwich), R. Williams (Liverpool), Panjo (Dijon), B. Williams (Man Udt), DeVilla (Brantford), Davis (Everton), McNeil (Burnley), Jones (Liverpool) , Ease (Crystal Palace), Sun (Bournemouth).
Subs: Bursik (Doncaster), Godfrey (Everton), Gucci (Swansea), Justin (Leicester), Bellingham (Dortmund), Sesgnon (Hoffenham), Skipp (Norwich), Nakedia (Arsenal), Hudson (Odd).
Euro 2021 record
- 06/09/19 | Turkey (A) | W 3-2
- 09/09/19 | Kosovo (H) | W 2-0
- 15/10/19 | Austria (H) | W 5-1
- 15/11/19 | Albania (A) | In 3-0
- 04/09/20 | Kosovo (A) | W 6-0
- 08/09/20 | Austria (A) | W 2-0
- 07/19/20 | Andorra (A) | D3-3
- 13/10/20 | Turkey (H)
- 13/11/20 | Andorra (H)
- 17/11/20 | Albania (H)