Gareth Southgate looks set to make several changes to his England team tonight when the Three Lions host Scotland at Wembley. It’s only the second time the two home nations have met at a major tournament after their famous clash 25 years ago at Euro 96.
England could qualify with a victory as they look to build on the 1-0 win over Croatia on matchday one.
Meanwhile, Scotland need to pick up at least a draw to keep their qualification hopes alive following their 2-0 defeat to the Czech Republic.
Southgate is conscious of the workload his players are facing after a gruelling season and with 26 players at his disposal, the England boss is expected to shuffle the pack at full-back.
According to The Daily Telegraph, Kyle Walker and Kieran Trippier will drop out of the starting XI tonight.
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There could also be further changes to Southgate’s team with news expected to filter through from the England camp throughout the day.
Kalvin Phillips should keep his place as he looks to build on his excellent tournament debut.
Declan Rice and Mason Mount are expected to join him in midfield.
Jack Grealish has explained he is desperate to get out on the pitch and show the country “how good he is” as he patiently awaits the chance to shine at Euro 2020.
The Aston Villa captain is not expected to start tonight against the Scots although he could feature from the bench.
Raheem Sterling will keep his place after he fired the winning goal last Sunday and he will be looking to get his name on the scoresheet once again.
Phil Foden and Harry Kane are expected to complete the Three Lions attack.
Harry Maguire has already declared himself fit for the contest but he is not expected to start the match.