England and Netherlands are aiming for FIFA World Cup last-16 spots.

England face the United States in their second World Cup match on Friday . The Dutch side could also qualify for the knockout stage .

On Friday, England will face the United States in their second match of the World Cup, knowing that victory would ensure a place in the last 16, while the Netherlands could also qualify for the knockout stage.Gareth Southgates' squad kicked off their campaign with a 6-2 victory over Iran, who takes on Wales in Friday's first Group B game.Regardless of the outcome of the match, England will advance by defeating the Americans, but will have to overcome a young team and the weight of history.The United States knocked England out of the 1950 World Cup tournament and held a star-studded team to a 1-1 draw in 2010 with a goalkeeper Rob Green howler.

We know we will face a very hard working staff.I don't think we'll be underestimating the United States at all, according to Jordan Vuukle, who gave the Dutch team a boost ahead of their first World Cup appearance since losing to Peru on penalties in the 1958 quarter-finals.Wales, the three-time champions, could also qualify for the World Cup after losing to Egypt in the tournament curtain-raiser, where the bulk of the crowd left before the final whistle.I hope we can compete and play our A Game.Cristiano Ronaldo made it to the Top of the World Cup history by scoring a controversial penalty in Portugal's 3-2 victory over Ghana, while favourites Brazil got off to a good start by defeating Serbia.The Featured Video Of The DayFrom The FA Fever Grips Kerala As Messi and Ronaldos Cutouts Takeover streets in Thiruvananthapuram.

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