Nwela the serval cat predicts if England will beat Tunisia in World Cup opener
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England are set to take to the World stage as the last group for the World Cup get ready to play today.
With Group G, England, Panama, Tunisia and Belgium, all playing, fans will be excited to see what they can expect from England at this year's tournament.
Gareth Southgate's team will be taking on Tunisia and after walking through qualification the nation is expecting a good result.
This is why we have asked Banham Zoo and their six-year-old serval cat Nwela to predict the result of this evening's game which kicks-off at 7pm.
With Southgate already telling his squad the starting line-up ahead of this game, we hope that Nwela has been able to get her paws on some of that insider knowledge as she picks who is going to win.
Watch the video to see how she thinks England will do in their opening game.
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