England

form

All
ENG 3 - 3 GER
D
ITA 1 - 0 ENG
L
ENG 0 - 4 HUN
L
ENG 0 - 0 ITA
D
GER 1 - 1 ENG
D
HUN 1 - 0 ENG
L
ENG 3 - 0 CIV
W
ENG 2 - 1 SUI
W
Ivory Coast

form

All
CIV 3 - 1 GUI
W
CIV 2 - 1 TOG
W
BFA 0 - 0 * CIV
W
CIV 0 - 0 BFA
D
LES 0 - 0 CIV
D
CIV 3 - 1 ZAM
W
ENG 3 - 0 CIV
L
FRA 2 - 1 CIV
L
CIV 0 - 0 * EGY
L
EQG 0 - 1 CIV
W
Head to Head
1 Matches (0 Draws)
1 Total wins 0
1 Home wins 0
0 Away wins 0
Last 5 Matches
1 Wins
0 Draw
0 Wins
ENG 3 - 0 CIV
3 Goals Scored 0
Games Over 2.5 Goals 1 / 1
Both Teams Scored 0 / 1
Team Comparison
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. This will be the first ever meeting between England and Ivory Coast in international football.
  2. England are unbeaten in all 19 previous matches against African countries (W13 D6) with this their first meeting against a side from the continent since beating Tunisia 2-1 at the 2018 World Cup thanks to a Harry Kane brace.
  3. African nations have lost five of their six matches against England at Wembley, with the other game a 1-1 draw for Ghana exactly 11 years prior to this match; a 90th minute equaliser by Asamoah Gyan cancelled out Andy Carroll’s goal for the Three Lions.
  4. England are unbeaten in each of their last 21 matches in all competitions (W17 D4), the outright longest ever unbeaten streak in the Three Lions’ history. Indeed, England have only lost one of their last 22 games at Wembley (including home/neutral), winning 18 (D3) and never conceding more than once in any of those matches.
  5. Ivory Coast lost last time out against France (1-2); they haven’t lost consecutive matches in all competitions since January 2018 (three in a row).
  6. Last time out, Harry Kane scored England’s 100th penalty goal in all competitions (excluding penalty shootouts) - it was his 14th from the spot, five more than any other player (Frank Lampard, 9). In fact, 20% of England’s penalty goals have come under Gareth Southgate (20/100), the highest such share of any England manager.
  7. In the Premier League, Ivory Coast attacker Wilfried Zaha has only scored once against England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, doing so in November 2017 for Crystal Palace versus Everton. In fact, Zaha scored with his first shot against Pickford in the Premier League and has since failed to score with his last nine attempts against the stopper.
  8. Harry Kane has scored three goals in his two previous England matches against African nations, scoring against Nigeria in a friendly and a brace against Tunisia in June 2018. Only Gary Lineker (four in six games) has more goals against African nations for the Three Lions.
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