Jack Grealish has been named in the starting lineup for England against the Czech Republic on Tuesday night.
The Aston Villa captain comes into the team to replace Mason Mount, who is in self-isolation - as is Ben Chilwell - after the Chelsea duo came into contact with their club teammate Billy Gilmour after the weekend Group D game against Scotland.
Grealish came on as a substitute for that game to little effect, but will now make his first start at the Euros. Mount and Chilwell may both miss England’s last-16 game which means that Grealish could convince manager Gareth Southgate that he should hold down his place.
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Harry Maguire returns to replace Tyrone Mings, who has been deputising for the Manchester United captain as he recovered from a ligament problem.
Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka is also included in the eleven and could start on the right wing, despite being accustomed to playing on the other flank.
Manchester City's Phil Foden is left out of the 23-man squad entirely.
Kyle Walker returns to the team, while Declan Rice and Kalvin Phillips retain their position in midfield. ]Borussia Dortmund duo Jadon Sancho and Jude Bellingham remain on the substitutes bench.
Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling hold down their positions in attack.
Results elsewhere mean England are already through to the round of 16 but will want to secure top spot in the group with a win following the disappointment of the draw with Scotland.
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