The draw has now been made for the 2018 World Cup, with some fascinating groups thrown up for the tournament in Russian Federation.
Gareth Southgate's side face Tunisia in their opening game in Volgograd on Monday June 18, before travelling 847 kilometres to Nizhny Novgorod to play World Cup debutants Panama on Sunday June 24.
And Southgate has warned that underestimating teams heading into the tournament would not be wise.
The tastiest group is Group B, which will be contested by Portugal, Spain, Morroco and Iran. Group D is also tougher than others, featuring Argentina, Iceland, Croatia and Nigeria.
"The interesting thing for us is starting later and what that might mean for us at the end of the season", he said.
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"Yes, a couple of them had a taste of it at the last tournament, but many of them will not feel that weight and burden that a lot of the players have carried over a good few tournaments over the years". "It could help. We've got to get that period of training and recovery and freshness right". "It is the key game for us, and I think if we can get a positive result there we have every chance of qualifying", added Maaloul.
"We've got six days of rest after our first game, which if they are anxious about travel, that shouldn't be an issue".
Speaking before the draw, Panama manager Hernan Dario Gomez called out England's inability to fulfil their potential at major tournaments.
They beat Tunisia 1-0 but were eliminated after losing 2-0 to England in Lens, with Darren Anderton putting the English ahead before David Beckham scored a wonderful free-kick.
The former Everton manager said the match was likely to present a problem at home. "I don't know who she will support".