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England no longer has Wayne Rooney on their squad, but they are still considered a darkhorse contender to win the 2018 World Cup at odds of +2000. England was very impressive in World Cup qualifying, as they went 8-0-2, outscoring opponents by a combined 18-3. England has a top scorer in Harry Kane and they play very good defense, so they could be a team that makes a run at the 2018 World Cup.

England 2018 World Cup Odds: +2000

England is not among the favorites in 2018 World Cup odds, but they are getting a little respect as a darkhorse at odds of +2000. England is probably overvalued at those odds simply because of their popularity, but the team is not without a chance simply because they have a marquee scorer in Kane.

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2018 World Cup Qualifying Results

England didn’t have much trouble in qualifying, as they won Group F, going 8-0 with two draws. They were not that great offensively, scoring just 18 goals but they were excellent on defense, allowing just three goals.

2018 FIFA World Cup Groups

Group A Group B Group C Group D
Russia Portugal France Argentina
Saudi Arabia Spain Australia Iceland
Egypt Morocco Peru Croatia
Uruguay Iran Denmark Nigeria
Group E Group F Group G Group H
Brazil Germany Belgium Poland
Switzerland Mexico Panama Senegal
Costa Rica Sweden Tunisia Colombia
Serbia Korea Republic England Japan

2018 FIFA World Cup Group G Schedule

GROUP G: Belgium - Panama - Tunisia - England
Match Date / Time (Local Time) Venue
Belgium vs Panama June, 18th / 18:00 Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi
Tunisia vs England June, 18th / 21:00 Volgograd Arena, Volgograd
Belgium vs Tunisia June, 23rd / 15:00 Otkrytiye Arena, Moscow
England vs Panama June, 24th / 15:00 Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod
England vs Belgium June, 28th / 20:00 Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad
Panama vs Tunisia June, 28th / 21:00 Mordovia Arena, Saransk

Players to Watch

England has turned the page, as gone are Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard. The new players to watch are Kane, Dele All, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford. The key player for England is Kane, but he needs help if England is to make a long run at the 2018 World Cup.

England has Joe Hart in goal but he is getting a challenge from Jack Butland who has played well at Stoke City. England has a stout defense led by Gary Cahill, John Stones, Phil Jones and Michael Keane. The question for England is in the midfield, as they have very few playmakers. Dele Alli is the key player, as he needs to live up to his ability if England is to score enough goals to advance. England has Kane up front but he needs support from players like Sterling, Lallana, Vardy and Oxlade-Chamberlain.

The Coach

Gareth Southgate is the latest man to be in charge of the England national club. He won the League Cup as manager for Aston Villa and Middlesbrough and he made 57 appearances for the England national team. He managed the England U21 team from 2013 to 2016 before taking over the national team in 2016.

England World Cup History

England has made 14 previous World Cup appearances and won the title once. They have played 62 previous World Cup matches and scored 79 goals for an average of 1.3 goals per contest. England didn’t make it out of the group stage in 2014, which was the first time since 1958 that had happened. England’s only World Cup title came in 1966 when they defeated West Germany. England will be playing in their sixth straight World Cup.

England 2018 World Cup Predictions

England should be able to get out of the group stage this time around but they probably don’t have enough scoring to seriously challenge for a semifinal spot. The quarterfinals look to be the best that England can do at the 2018 World Cup.

England 2018 World Cup Roster

GK - Jack Butland

GK - Jordan Pickford

GK - Fraser Forster

GK - Joe Hart

GK - Tom Heaton

DF - Kieran Trippier

DF - Aaron Cresswell

DF - Michael Keane

DF - Harry Maguire

DF - John Stones

DF - Chris Smalling

DF - Phil Jones

DF - Ben Gibson

DF - Nathaniel Clyne

DF - Luke Shaw

DF - Phil Jagielka

DF - Danny Rose

DF - Kyle Walker

DF - Gary Cahill

DF - Ryan Bertrand

MF - Harry Winks

MF - Jordan Henderson

MF - Dele Alli

MF - Eric Dier

MF - Jake Livermore

MF - Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

MF - Raheem Sterling

MF - Fabian Delph

MF - Nathaniel Chalobah

MF - Adam Lallana

MF - Ross Barkley

MF - Nathan Redmond

MF - James Ward-Prowse

MF - Michail Antonio

MF - Theo Walcott

MF - Jack Wilshere

MF - Andros Townsend

MF - Danny Drinkwater

MF - Jesse Lingard

FW - Harry Kane

FW - Marcus Rashford

FW - Jermain Defoe

FW - Daniel Sturridge

FW - Danny Welbeck

FW - Jamie Vardy

FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 - Playoff Games

Saturday, June 30th
8:00 am France 4 vs Argentina 3 Kazan Arena
12:00 pm Uruguay 2 vs Portugal 1 Fisht Stadium Sochi
Sunday, July 1st
8:00 am Spain 1 vs Russia 1 (3-4 pen) Luzhniki Moscow
12:00 pm Denmark 1 vs Croatia 1 (2-3 pen) Nizhny Novgorod Stadium
Monday, July 2nd
8:00 am Mexico 0 vs Brazil 2 Samara Arena
12:00 pm Belgium 3 vs Japan 2 Rostov Arena
Tuesday, July 3rd
8:00 am Sweden 1 vs Switzerland 0 Zenit Arena San Petersburg
12:00 pm Colombia 1 vs England 1 (3-4 pen) Spartak Stadium Moscow
Friday, July 6th
8:00 am France 2 vs Uruguay 0 Nizhny Novgorod Stadium
12:00 pm Brazil 1 vs Belgium 2 Kazan Arena
Saturday, July 7th
8:00 am Sweden 0 vs England 2 Samara Arena
12:00 pm Russia 2 vs Croatia 2 (3-4 pen) Fisht Stadium Sochi
Tuesday, July 10th
12:00 pm France 1 vs Belgium 0 Zenit Arena San Petersburgo
Wednesday, 11 July 11th
12:00 pm England 1 vs Croatia 2 Luzhniki Stadium Moscow
Saturday, July 14th
8:00 am Belgium 2 vs England 0 Zenit Arena San Petersburg
Sunday, July 15th
9:00 am France 4 vs Croatia 2 Luzhniki Stadium Moscow

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