England might be seeking to do the double over Hungary when the 2 sides face off at Wembley on Tuesday.
With September’s 4-0 win nonetheless contemporary within the reminiscence, Gareth Southgate’s facet might be feeling good about their probabilities of selecting up one of many two wins they should assure themselves a spot on the 2022 World Cup.
It could possibly be a powerful lineup from the boss, and this is who he may go for.
Jordan Pickford (GK) – Sam Johnstone did a great job in opposition to Andorra however will probably drop again to the bench instead of Pickford.
Kyle Walker (RB) – Rested final outing, Walker might be raring to go for this one.
John Stones (CB) – Stones performed an hour in opposition to Andorra and might be rested right here, however with Southgate seeking to identify his strongest lineup, anticipate to Man Metropolis defender to characteristic.
Tyrone Mings (CB) – Mings has been England’s third-choice defender for some time now, and with Harry Maguire out injured, he’ll probably step into the beginning lineup.
Ben Chilwell (LB) – Chilwell gave Southgate the headache he was on the lookout for by scoring in opposition to Andorra. He’ll be eager for extra minutes and can probably get them, particularly since Luke Shaw will not be absolutely match.
Declan Rice (CM) – Poked enjoyable on the racist Hungary supporters by consuming their beer final outing. Extra of that, please.
Jordan Henderson (CM) – Phil Foden excelled in a deeper function in opposition to Andorra, however Southgate will probably go for extra safety with Henderson.
Raheem Sterling (RW) – Sterling has contemporary legs and a fierce need to smack Hungary round after the abuse directed at him within the final sport.
Mason Mount (AM) – Hasn’t began a sport in nearly a month so might be eager for the additional minutes to get his health again up.
Jack Grealish (LW) – Scored in his 17 minutes off the bench in opposition to Andorra and can hope so as to add his second worldwide purpose on this one.
Harry Kane (ST) – His ankles are protected from the Andorran pitch, so Kane’s focus will now be on banging objectives and climbing up England’s scoring charts. He is three behind Jimmy Greaves in fourth.