Andorra take on England on Saturday, with the hosts looking to avoid the 4-0 hammering they received in September in Group I, whilst the Three Lions will be looking to take another step closer to automatic qualification for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Koldo Alvarez’s side are currently fifth in the group and have conceded 14 goals in six matches, but have three points to their name having beaten San Marino 2-0 last September. In the last meeting between England and Andorra which was at Wembley Stadium, Gareth Southgate’s side ran out as comfortable 4-0 winners as Jesse Lingard scored a brace, whilst Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka all got on the scoresheet.
Southgate is expected to play a rotated line-up when his side take on the minnows this time around, with Lingard and AS Roma striker Tammy Abraham expected to feature. Since moving from Chelsea, Abraham has four goals and three assists for his new club and also has one international goal in six previous caps for England, scoring in their 7-0 victory over Montenegro in November 2019.
Meanwhile, Lingard has shown his capabilities once again this season at United following his incredible loan spell at West Ham, managing two goals and one assist in five appearances in the Premier League and Champions League with limited game time, following on from the 14 goal contributions he made in 16 league appearances for West Ham last campaign.