Scotland VS. England World Cup Qualifier: Harry Kane to Captain Three Lions at Hampden
The world cup qualifier match will be played between Scotland and England on the 10th of June, Saturday at Hampden Park, Glasgow, and beginning at 17:00 as per BST. Both the teams are ready to battle against each other in order to confirm their place in the world cup. Speaking of England, the team is going to be captained by Tottenham striker Harry Kane for the world cup qualifier. Since his injury on 4th September in 2016, this is going to be Kane’s first appearance for his country. Not only this, this will also be his 18th appearance for the Three Lions.Scotland VS. England World Cup Qualifier: Harry Kane to Captain Three Lions at Hampden
Understanding Kane’s Role in the Match
Kane came in replacing Rooney by scoring in 4-0 Euro Cup 2016 qualifying win at Wembley. Harry Kane will be the 119th captain for team England. The player has scored a total of 35 goals in 38 league and other matches for Spurs in 2016-17. As per the England boss Gareth Southgate, he wanted to give him the boost and make him feel honored. Not only this, Kane’s teammate Adam Lallana showed his appreciation for Kane stating that he feels delighted for him and that he is one of the best players in the world. But, this is not a permanent appointment for Harry Kane. Wayne Rooney was the last permanent captain for team England who has now been left out of the squad. Hope Kane will live up to everyone’s expectations and become the next permanent captain for the country.
World Cup Qualifier: Predicting the Winner
Speaking of the match, both the teams are packed with zeal to win the match. Having a look at the previous 6 meetings of both the teams in the world cup qualifiers, Scotland has never been able to defeat team England ever. However, team Scotland is prepared much this time and hopes to win the match. But, it is quite obvious that team England will not let the Scottish team fulfill their dream. Moving on to the winner of the match, it is very likely that team England will be winning the match.