What is the position of Kosovo and England?
England sits atop Group A with 18 points. Kosovo is third with 11 points.
What is the form of Kosovo as compared to England?
Kosovo in the last 10 matches: 5W 3D 2L
England in the last 10 matches: 8W 0D 2L.
What is the head to head record of Kosovo vs England?
The meeting between the two sides in September was the first of its kind in the 21st century. The Three Lions proved to be the better side inside Wembly by running away with a 5-3 victory.
Team news: Who is injured or unavailable for Kosovo vs England?
Kosovo: M. Kryeziu (Injured), H. Kryeziu (Injured), B. Berisha (Injured), Zeneli (Injured), Muriqi (Injured) Anel Rashkaj (Suspended).
England: Loftus-Cheek (Injured), Heaton (Injured), Barkley (Injured), Henderson (Illness), Gomez (Injured)
Predicted lineup for Kosovo vs England
Kosovo's potential starting XI: Muric; Vojvoda, Rrahmani, Aliti, Kololli; Shala, V. Berisha; Hadergjonaj, Celina, Rashica; Nuhiu
England's potential starting XI: Pickford; Trippier, Maguire, Mings, Chilwell; Rice, Mount, Oxlade-Chamberlain; Sterling, Kane, Rashford.
What are the managers saying ahead of Kosovo vs England?
Bernard Challandes, Kosovo: 'For us it is not good news for sure [On Sterling being recalled for the Kosovo game]. 'It is double bad news because if Sterling plays he is one of the best in his position in the world and we saw in the first game the trouble with Sterling.
'Secondly, if I am Sterling I think in this game I must show good behaviour. I think if Kosovo play against England and we know exactly the offensive potential, we have no individual answer – it is only collective work.
'It is clear if we remember the first game in England, if Sterling has so much space it is impossible to stop him because what he did in that game, it was 460 metres with high intensity.
'The most intense player for the Czech Republic was 200 metres, even that is a good score.
'Only as a team can we do and can we find a solution. Or we break the leg!
'But that is not our style, we are too nice – we are a team who are very, very, very nice but it is not a problem if we play together.'
Gareth Southgate, England: 'I think with any team, anything can happen at any given time [On the Sterling-Gomes issue].
'We're talking about human beings, not robots, not machinery. I'm not arrogant enough or complacent enough to think that we might not have issues to deal with later this week, in some form or another, or in the future.
'As a player my relationship with my managers and how I felt about them changed day to day, and there were many occasions when I had the hump with them, usually when I wasn't in the team.
'I hope that all of my players know that I care about them, that I want to be fair with them, that I want to do what's right for all of them, and that they can lean on me when they need me. And I also accept that at times they're not going to be bouncing with joy when they see my face walking through the meal room. That is part and parcel of being a manager.'