England believes “It’s coming home.” Why should they not, Harry Kane is in form, he saw the three lions through in the fixture against Tunisia and will be looking to continue his stellar form. Also Read - Happy to Start Training in Small Groups, Says Harry Kane

Gareth Southgate’s men will hope to sharpen their finishing. Despite carving out 17 chances against the Tunisians, they had to wait until the first minute of stoppage time before snatching the winner.
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Panama will have other ideas, however. Though well aware they lack their opponents’ firepower, Los Canaleros intend to put up a fight and set up the same defensive blockade that kept the Belgians at bay in their first match. At the other end of the pitch, Hernan Gomez’s side are waiting for their maiden world finals goal. Will it come against England? Also Read - Harry Kane Out Till April With Hamstring Injury, Leaves Jose Mourinho "Depressed"