England host the Czech Republic at Wembley on Tuesday in their final Group D game at Euro 2020. The guys over at FourFourTwo have taken a look at some talking points ahead of the clash.
Here, the PA news agency looks ahead to some of the key talking points ahead of the game.
Will Gareth Southgate stick or twist?
Jack Grealish made a 27-minute cameo against Scotland on Friday but was unable to make a telling difference.
Can Kane put renewed transfer talk behind him?
Southgate has already given him his vote of confidence and said he will start at Wembley.
The striker has struggled to find top gear in England’s opening two games but remains the team’s best forward, despite coming off against Scotland.
Southgate trusts the players who have performed for him before and Kane deserves better than to have his place questioned after just two barren games.
England must avoid Czech mate
Czech boss Jaroslav Silhavy expects England to come out firing after two lacklustre displays against Croatia and Scotland.
His side lost 5-0 on their last trip to Wembley, but they are in a position of strength and lead the group on goal difference.
Patrik Schick’s three goals, including his 50-yard strike against Scotland, underlines his threat and victory is not a foregone conclusion for England.
What do England want?
If England finish second in their group, they will face the runner-up from Group E, one of Spain, Sweden, Poland or Slovakia.
The Three Lions need momentum though and a win on Tuesday would give them a boost heading into the last 16.
How does Southgate solve his late selection problem?
Chelsea duo Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell have been forced to self-isolate after coming into contact with Scotland’s Billy Gilmour, who tested positive for Covid-19 on Monday.
Mount has been crucial to Southgate’s plans and any potential absence on Tuesday will be felt. It could open the door for Grealish, but Jude Bellingham and Jordan Henderson remain options for the boss.
Chilwell is yet to feature, but the pair’s late withdrawals give the Three Lions an unwanted headache, with the Football Association liaising with Public Health England over their availability.