Ten-man Chile came from a goal down to beat Egypt in their opening match of the competition, a result that moved them top of the group, two points ahead of their opponents on Wednesday.
England, meanwhile, led 2-0 against Iraq in their opening match of the competition, only to concede twice in the final 15 minutes as they dropped two points in Antalya.
Chile will certainly enter the match the more confident having won three of their last five matches in all competitions, while England have failed to win during the same period.
Chile will be without Cristian Cuevas, who was handed his marching orders in the latter stages of their victory over Egypt, with Christian Bravo, who scored as a late substitute, expected to take his place in the side.
England, meanwhile, could continue with the same side that started against Iraq, but Manchester United youngster Larnell Cole is pushing for inclusion.
Chile: Melo; Campos, Lichnovsky, Martinez, Robles; Maturana, Rabello, Fuentes, Bravo; Henriguez, Castillo
England: Johnstone; Potts, Dier, Lascelles, Flanagan; Ward-Prowse, Coady, Barkley; Williams, Kane, Lundstram
Sports Mole says: 1-1