Gareth Southgate has an awesome array of attacking talent at his disposal and some bookmakers have them as favourites to finally end their 55-year wait for a major worldwide trophy this summer.
The Three Lions have a plethora of attacking talent to choose from this time around and it'll be interesting to see what team the England boss picks. The England boss said: 'With the two boys that are out of the squad, it's just unfortunate we can only name 23 and we've had to cover certain positions.
Jordan Pickford started between the posts against a Croatia side captained by Luka Modric.
Kieran Trippier has also been picked at left-back, despite being a right-sided player.
It means Luke Shaw has been dropped to the bench and Ben Chilwell hasn't made the squad at all.
At centre-back, Harry Maguire looks like losing his race to be fit.
The Manchester United captain is also expected to miss England's second Euro 2020 group game with Scotland on Friday night, though could return for the final match with Czech Republic on June 22.
Declan Rice has been in sensational form for West Ham and will nearly certainly start.
Kalvin Phillips will also compete for a place but will probably start on the bench.
On the bench, Southgate named Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka instead of Sancho, while Marcus Rashford and Jack Grealish are the other potential wide options on the bench.
England, meanwhile have made the net bulge in 19 of their last 21 meaningful matches on home soil, not to mention they will be roared on by raucous Wembley crowd on Sunday.
On the opposite flank, the England boss has to unleash Phil Foden.
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