In what will be an unprecedented World Cup in modern history, the United States and England will face off for the second time in front of the same 98,000-capacity Wembley Stadium.
The first game of the two-leg series, which will kick off at 19:00 GMT on Sunday, is expected to be a dramatic contest with England set to take the lead after a 1-0 win in a penalty shootout in their final friendly in July.
But if there is a silver lining for England, it could be the fact they may be able to take advantage of the extra time in the second leg to salvage a draw.
In that scenario, they could have been denied a penalty in the first leg.
It could also help their chances of claiming the first trophy of their careers.
A win in the rematch would secure a top four finish for England and a spot in next year’s World Cup, while a draw would see them finish outside the group stage and qualify for the next round.
England are likely to face their first-ever game at the world’s biggest stadium when they take on France in the final of the World Championship in Russia on Sunday.
The two sides will meet again at Wembley on Tuesday and it will be the first time in history that both sides have faced off in the same stadium.
The final will be watched around the world and will be seen as a great opportunity to see who can take the greatest lead in the competition and be crowned the World’s Best XI.
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