The spoils were shared in the top clash at the Corradino Pavillion between qualification chasers Latvia and England . The two sides shared four goals in a keenly contested match which, however, only came to life near the end of the first half.
Latvia were the best team in the first half as they scored two goals in the first half with England producing a comeback and managing to level the matters in the second half.
Andrejs Sustrovs put Latvia ahead on 11 minutes and Oscar Ikstens doubled the score two minutes later.
30 seconds afterwards Stuart Cook reduced the arrears for England with the same player balancing the encounter in the second half.
England : James Dalton, Ben Mortlock, Agon Rexha, Richard Ward, George Nash, Ian Parkes, David Jennings, Luke Ballinger, William Rooke, James Webb, Toluwanimi Sotonye, Stuart Cook, Jordan Parker, William Gay.
Latvia: Algars Bondars , Antons Astrahancevs, Maksims Sens, Igor Avanesovs, Germans Matjusenko, Oskars Ikstens, Jurijis Arhipovs-Prokofjevs, Igors Dacko, Andrejs Sustrovs, Arturs Sustrovs, Arturs Jerofejevs, Sergejs Nagibinis, Artjoms Kolesnikovs, Igor Lapkovskis
Referee 1: Yusif Nurullayev (Azerbaijan)
Referee 2: Josip Barton (Macedonia)
Third Official: Gabor Kovacs (Hungary)
Timekeeper: Robert Darmanin (Malta)