Gareth Southgatewill reportedly continue to ring the changes forEngland’s huge Euro 2020 clash against Germany.
Southgate brought in Bukayo Saka and Jack Grealish for their final Group D fixture against Czech Republic.
The pair of forwards took their chances as they starred in England’s 1-0 win at Wembley Stadium.
However, it appears Saka and Grealish will NOT keep their place in the starting XI, with reports claiming Southgate will recall Phil Foden and Mason Mount.
According to theDaily Mail, Foden and Mount are expected to start against Germany next Tuesday.
That could mean Saka and Grealish miss out despite producing the goods in the attacking third last Tuesday.
Foden wasn’t risked against Czech Republic due to being on a yellow card, while Mount was forced out because of Covid-19 quarantine regulations.
Even though the Chelsea star has been training in isolation, it appears he could return to the fold.
England progressed to the next round without conceding a goal, while Germany collected four points – losing their opener to France.
Alan Shearer says England need to improve up front, but is predicting a win for the Three Lions.
He said: “I thought England were much better in their final game against the Czech Republic, certainly in the first half.
“They have yet to concede a goal in this tournament and have looked strong defensively so that is a huge positive.
“We just need to get that forward line going a little and start scoring goals and England could be a threat in this tournament. I have no doubt in Harry Kane.
“His movement and was a lot better against the Czechs. I would not be concerned at all by the fact he has not scored yet.
“He is still going to be a very important player for England in the knockout stages of the tournament.
“There is going to be just over 40,000 fans at Wembley. The extra 20,000 spectators will make a big difference. The majority will be behind England so it should be a great occasion.
“Germany have struggled defensively, conceding goals, but they are Germany. You just never know. No surprise, but I think England can do it.”
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