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Gareth Southgate will look to drive home his case for being the new permanent England manager, while Julen Lopetegui will hope to grab a morale-boosting win in his own fresh reign as Spain boss when the two European heavyweights clash in an international friendly at Wembley on Tuesday. Southgate’s four-game temporary reign will end with the Spain friendly, but the former U21 boss is widely expected to take over as the new England manager for the foreseeable future.
England caretaker manager Gareth Southgate faces a major task in maintaining his unbeaten start at the Three Lions helm on Tuesday as 2010 world champions Spain make their way to Wembley Stadium. After the trials and tribulations of his side’s recent 2018 World Cup qualification schedule, a midweek friendly against one of Europe’s powerhouses doesn’t offer Southgate much respite in the interim role.
Despite winning two games and drawing one in World Cup qualification, a friendly meeting with La Furia Roja could be the interim boss’ greatest test in whether he can secure the position permanently. Meanwhile, Spain manager Julen Lopetegui is also unbeaten since taking over the national team in July, and two of Europe’s less experienced international bosses face a challenge in proving their credentials with a friendly win.
England will take on Spain in the international friendly fixture between the two nations at Wembley on 15 November. The two teams have ended their World Cup qualifiers for this calendar year and will wind up with a friendly fixture on Tuesday.
The Three Lions have bounced back after a controversy hit the national team as their coach Sam Allardyce was forced to step down after he was caught on camera explaining how to evade FA rules on player transfers. Allardyce was replaced by Gareth Southgate and was appointed as interim manager of the English national side for four fixtures. So far, Southgate has managed two wins and a draw in his first three matches and has one more match left before he completes his term as interim manager.
Southgate’s England have not conceded a goal in the three matches they have played, while managing to score five goals. There are reports that the Football Association will hand him the permanent job of managing the national side.