Ahead of England's opening World Cup game against Iran on November 21, the Sky Sports pundits have picked their starting XIs and discussed some of the big decisions to Be made.
Gareth Southgate named his 26-player squad on Thursday and will now have just a few days to work with his players before their first match in Qatar.
On Super Sunday, Sky Sports pundits Gary Neville, Jamie Redknapp, Karen Carney and Jamie Carragher all picked their England starting XI, explaining their choices. Key individual players were also analysed, plus the potential formations Southgate could consider.
England squad has become soo difficult in the choosing ofbthe 26 players who will be representing them in the coming world cup. The manager has sat down and got a very great starting IX.
The popular TV station aired in the Sky sports the have came up each of them the starting IX of England which they believe Gareth Southgate when he uses one of the starting IX it will make him reach final of the world Cup and even Carry the Cup home.
Here are the photos of the starting IX from the Sky sports pundits.
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