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Who is in England’s Fifa World Cup group in Qatar and when do they play their matches?

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England have learned their FIFA World Cup group stage opponents after the draw took place in the Qatari capital Doha on Friday.Having come so close to winning last summer’s EURO 2020 tournament on home soil, the Three Lions are among the favourites to take the trophy home in Qatar, alongside the likes of Brazil, Belgium, Germany, and reigning champions France.Gareth Southgate’s side were drawn in Group B along with Iran, USA and the winner of the Uefa play-off route which contained Wales, Scotland and Ukraine, and the Welsh beat Ukraine in the final in Cardiff.Southgate will be relying on squad stalwarts including Harry Kane, Jordan Henderson and Raheem Sterling to navigate the team through the first round as comfortably as possible.

Then younger players like Trent Alexander-Arnold, Declan Rice and Phil Foden will also be looking to make an impact at the biggest tournament in world football for the first time in their careers.Here is everything you need to know about England’s group stage opponents and their fixture schedule out in Qatar:Times in UK (GMT)Group BEngland v Iran, 1pm, 21 November (Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan).United States v Wales, 7pm, 21 November (Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan).England v United States, 7pm, 25 November (Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor).Wales v Iran, 10am, 25 November (Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan).Wales v England, 7pm, 29 November (Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan).Iran v United States, 7pm, 29 November (Al Thumama Stadium, Doha).Last-16The runner-up from Group A, so likely Senegal (over Qatar and Ecuador, with Netherlands favoured to finish top), especially as African champions.QuartersThe winner of the tie between the winner of Group D and the runner-up of Group C: Likely F

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