Jamie Carragher has, on Monday, named the starting eleven which he would make use of versus the Czech Republic.
England vs Czech Republic
England will bring an end to their Euro 2020 group phase on Tuesday evening.
The Three Lions are set to play host to the Czech Republic, as they aim to bounce back from a disappointing 0-0 draw with Scotland last time out.
This result left England sitting second in their group, meaning they could still technically fail to finish as runners-up.
So, with their meeting with the Czechs of serious importance to England, fans will no doubt be keen to see Gareth Southgate make a number of changes to the side that underwhelmed vs Scotland.
The likes of Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, Mason Mount and Reece James were not exactly at their best on Friday.
Carragher’s England XI
This has led to a fair amount of chatter amongst fans and pundits alike, surrounding exactly who should start for England tomorrow night.
One of the main issues highlighted after England’s draw with Scotland was the fact that Jadon Sancho, one of European football’s brightest young players over the last two seasons, is yet to feature at Euro 2020.
Sancho has made 137 appearances for Dortmund, 104 in the Bundesliga and 21 in European competition with 50 goals across those 137 games.
Using “experience” as a reason for not picking him insults Sancho, Dortmund and the intelligence of those asking why he’s been overlooked. https://t.co/aSgab0p21K
— HLTCO (@HLTCO) June 21, 2021
Despite such qualms, though, when naming his personal England XI for Tuesday, Jamie Carragher too left Sancho out, with Jack Grealish and Raheem Sterling instead occupying the wings.
The ex-Liverpool defender also opted to bench Harry Kane, bringing in Dominic Calvert-Lewin up top. Carragher’s XI, in full, can be seen below:
Carragher’s England XI: Pickford, Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw, Rice, Henderson, Sterling, Mount, Grealish, Calvert-Lewin.
— Telegraph Football (@TeleFootball) June 21, 2021
This article was edited by Conor Laird.