England in Euro: Sky Sports readers pick their favorite squad for this summer | football news


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Earlier this week, we asked you to put on Gareth Southgate shoes and pick your favorite XI for England at this summer’s Euros. We can now reveal the results … England play on Thursday evening, with the World Cup qualifiers against San Marino at Wembley, and you can watch the match with Sky Sports; The start of the match at 7.45 pm. However, with this being the last major encounter for Southgate and his players ahead of the upcoming European Championship, attention has already turned towards the type of team the England coach will place in the summer tournament. For fierce discussions about who deserves a spot, a selection of Sky Sports’ soccer writers was highlighted, with none of them agreeing to the same eleventh, while a variety of formations were brought up. To see in the team? Here, we reveal the players most picked … Goalkeeper – Dean Henderson Picture: Dean Henderson spent some last time in the Manchester United game, with Jordan Pickford being the long-term top-ranked for Southgate, but Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson gets On a nod from Sky Sports readers. Interestingly, Nick Pope was the next Burnley goalkeeper on the list for our readers, with Pickford ranked third. Defense – Trent Alexander-Arnold, John Stones, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw Photo: Trent Alexander-Arnold was excluded from the last England squad for Trent Alexander-Arnold, and this was a prominent omission from England’s newest teams, as Southgate suggested that Liverpool had a right that needed to return to Do more on international duty. He’s expected to be called into camp this summer, though – and that’s good news for our readers who want to be on their right-back squad. With the majority of readers choosing a 4-3-3 squad, they have revitalized Manchester City. Defender John Stones and Manchester United captain Harry Maguire secured two center-back positions, with Maguire teammate Luke Shaw – who has just been called up to Southgate – a clear winner ahead of Ben Chilwell at left back. Midfield – Jordan Henderson, Declan Rice, Phil Foden Photo: Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson was a popular choice in midfield, Jordan Henderson missed the current squad due to injury, but has to be fit and shoot in the summer, along with Declan Rice, It will provide energy and steel in the middle of the park to fulfill the dream of this 11th England reader in England, and to keep up with the industry, Phil Foden of Manchester City was chosen to bring some flair and creativity to the procedures The rising star was not always the beginning of the champion elected in the Premier League, but his performance when he was The pitch with Pep Guardiola’s team clearly impressed our readers. In the race for a place in the front three – he was next in line, but missed the attack – Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford Image: Raheem Sterling was chosen as part of the front three, as England has an abundance of right attack options now and minimizes those Players to fill the three front positions is no easy task, however, our readers have gone with the trio that Southgate has regularly resorted to during his tenure, with Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford providing speed on the wings, and captain Harry Kane playing through the middle. Picture: England’s 11th Euro national team – as chosen by Sky Sports readers, England team news ahead of the San Marino clash Marcus Rashford is a big doubt in Thursday’s England World Cup Opening Qualifiers match against San Marino due to a foot injury, while Bocayo Saka was adjudicated . Out of the match at Wembley Read more England team news before the World Cup qualifiers open here.


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