World Cup: England predicted lineup vs France
World Cup: England predicted lineup vs France
World Cup: England predicted lineup vs France
World CupWorld Cup: England predicted lineup vs France

World Cup: England predicted lineup vs France

England will take on France in the World Cup quarter-final on Saturday. Find the England World Cup predicted lineup below.

England World Cup predicted lineup vs France (4-3-3)

GK: Jordan Pickford – Pickford became the first English goalkeeper to manage three straight clean sheets at a men’s World Cup since David Seaman in 2002 after shutting out Senegal. Unsettlingly, Seaman lost his subsequent match in the quarterfinals.

RB: Kyle Walker – Polish forward Matty Cash, who was left with scorching legs following his head-to-head match with the high-heeled striker, was hailed as the “guy to stop Mbappe.”

CB: John Stones – Stones will almost certainly start, whether Southgate chooses a back-three or remains with his four-man rearguard.

CB: Harry Maguire – Mahamudu Bawumia, the vice president of Ghana, was compared to Maguire in this month’s tense debate by MP Isaac Adongo.

LB: Luke Shaw – The Manchester United fullback stated that his “greatest regret” was missing the England camps due to minor injuries.

CM: Jordan Henderson – In 2010, against France, one of England’s more seasoned core players made his international debut. English defeated 2-1.

CM: Declan Rice – Rice responded to critics who don’t give his team “the credit we deserve in our performances” by liberally using the adjective “flawless”.

CM: Jude Bellingham – England’s perhaps finest player this winter only began playing in 2010. He “didn’t really enjoy it” at the time. He does now, for sure.

RW: Bukayo Saka – Saka, who has always been a modest young man, quickly dismissed comparisons to France’s top winger. Before the quarterfinal, Saka stated, “Thank you for your praise, but no…I think there’s only one Kylian Mbappe!”

ST: Harry Kane – Kane has already surpassed Gary Lineker’s tally of major tournament goals for the Three Lions and is just one goal away from breaking Wayne Rooney’s all-time record for the England national team.

LW: Phil Foden – Three-quarters of England’s World Cup goals have come when Foden has been on the field, although playing less than half the total minutes.

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World Cup: England predicted lineup vs France
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