England vs Kosovo

England vs Kosovo preview for Tuesday’s European Championship qualifying match in Southampton. England defend their 100% record in Group A against the team second to them in the table.

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The Dardanians will be full of confidence and relishing the chance to take on England for the first time and while a home win is fully expected, it may not be quite as easy for Southgate’s men as it has been in their opening three fixtures in this group.

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The hosts have a 100% record in the qualifiers, scoring 14 goals and conceded just once and are backed in the -2 handicap market.

England vs Kosovo Key Statistics

  • England have won their last 13 matches (European Championship Qualification).
  • England have scored 4+ goals in their last 3 matches (European Championship Qualification).
  • England’s Harry Kane has scored 6 goals in his last 6 international matches.
  • Kosovo have scored at least 1 goal in 5 of their last 6 away matches (all competitions).

England vs Kosovo Match Preview

England Harry Kane will be the one to watch for England following his hat-trick last time out against Bulgaria. With Raheem Sterling also scoring seven goals in his last eight matches, the hosts should have too much quality for the visitors.

The Three Lions could have done little more than they have so far in Group A, winning three matches out of three by a 14-1 aggregate to seize control of the table even though they have at least one game in hand on all of their rivals.

Kosovo will look to Vedat Muriqi for goals on Tuesday but the striker is not particularly prolific for the national team. Bersant Celina and Elbasan Rashani have also looked off colour lately and should struggle against a solid English backline.

Kosovo were also victorious in their previous qualifying outing as they beat Czech Republic 2-1. They fought back from a goal down with Vedat Muriqi netting the equaliser on 20 minutes while Megrim Vojvoda grabbed the winner in the second half.