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Will Harry Kane Score
With two Nations League matches during the international break, Gareth Southgate could rotate heavily to prevent injuries with the majority of his squad having not played competitively for over a month.
However, Harry Kane has demonstrated his importance to the national side since making his debut in 2015 and his scoring record makes him extremely hard to leave out of the side.
The Spurs striker has netted 32 goals in 45 appearances for England, notching 12 in 10 outings during 2019, and he looks almost certain to start against Iceland.
Will Iceland Score
With six wins, a draw and three defeats, Iceland finished an impressive third in their Euro 2020 qualification group behind France and Turkey – securing them a play-off place in the process.
Perhaps their biggest weakness, however, was their goalscoring prowess, netting just 14 times in that campaign – some four goals less than Albania who finished below them in fourth spot.
In their last four matches, which has seen them win four, draw one and lose one, they have only managed six goals – a ratio of 1.00 per game.
Will England win
Who could forget the last time these two faced each other in the last-16 of the 2016 European Championships in Nice as Iceland dumped England out of the tournament with a shock 2-1 win.
Iceland are unbeaten in their last three matches with two wins over Andorra and Moldova either side of an impressive draw away in Turkey to finish third in their group.
It’s also worth remembering that, while England’s preparations have been scuppered by the start of the new Premier League season next week, the Icelandic top-flight is in full flow – so maybe their players will be better prepared than a lot of the England stars who have had barely any preparation time this summer?
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