England return to Wembley for the first time after their fourth-place finish in Russia earlier in the year.
The Three Lions take on Spain in their first Nation League clash and many Manchester United players are tipped to have major effects on the outcome of the much-talked-about encounter.
Former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique, who was nominated has Wenger and Conte’s capable REPLACEMENT in May, will be making his debut as Spain national team coach.
Enrique will be counting on Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata to control play at the middle of the park during the game which begins later tonight.
Apart from the former Chelsea playmaker, the La Rojas are going rely on their world-class Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea throughout the game.
The goalie had a very disappointing outing in Russia but he would be hoping to make up for his errors against the Three Lions.
As for the Three Lions, Gareth Southgate is reportedly set to hand Jesse Lingard a place in his starting lineup after his lively performances during the World Cup tournament.
The Manchester United winger/striker is set to start against the former World Champions later today.
Rejuvenated left-back Luke Shaw is being tipped by reporters to make a return to Southgate’s starting XI for the first in 12 months.
The former Southampton man started the season on a bright note and he’s being rewarded with a call-up to the English national team.
Unlike Lingard and Shaw, Manchester United youngster Marcus Rashford is likely to start from the substitute bench due to his inactive role at Old Trafford.