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As the anticipation continues to build as England prepare to face Scotland at Wembley on June 18, fans have made their voices heard when it comes to who should be handed a starting jersey for the big game.
The Home Nations clash is a highlight for fans and players alike, having produced some of the most iconic moments of the European Championships over the years.
Despite a resounding victory over Croatia in the opening match of Euro 2020, England fans have been voting in their thousands and believe the England manager didn't get it quite right in their European Championship opener.
So, let's see what slight tweaks voters have made to Southgate's starting XI.
Once again opting for a 4-3-3 formation, the Three Lions supporters are all about the attack.
Starting in goal, Jordan Pickford has the confidence of England fans, and remains in goal for the second match of the group stages with over 50% of the vote. Despite clashes with John Stones, supporters are happy with the Everton goalkeeper's style of play.
Moving to the defence and we see the voters first clash with the Three Lions manager. Despite a decent game against the Croats, Kieran Trippier is left out of the starting defensive lineup, with Luke Shaw coming in to take his place at left back. He is the only change at the back though, with Kyle Walker, John Stones and Tyrone Mings retaining their places.
BURTON UPON TRENT, ENGLAND – JUNE 14: Jack Grealish and Luke Shaw of England take to the pitch prior to the England Training Session at St George's Park on June 14, 2021 in Burton upon Trent, England. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)
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In the midfield, England fans want to see some more go forward from the starting XI. Dropping Declan Rice, they have brought in Jack Grealish, eager to see the Villa captain given a chance on the European stage. He would, if the voters had their way, line up alongside Mason Mount and Kalvin Phillips, the Leeds man gaining 16% of the vote after his Star of the Match performance against Croatia.
LONDON, ENGLAND – JUNE 13: Kalvin Phillips of England acknowledges the fans following victory in the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Group D match between England and Croatia at Wembley Stadium on June 13, 2021 in London, England. (Photo by Eddie Keogh – The FA/The FA via Getty Images)
Up front, the England fans have come around to Southgate's way of thinking. The starting front three remains the same, with Raheem Sterling, Phil Foden and Harry Kane bringing the attacking prowess for the England fans. Despite not being voted into the starting XI against Croatia, it seems Sterling's goalscoring performance in the opener has won around a lot of the nation.
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So, what do you think of the Mirror voters' starting XI? Think some changes need to be made?
Well, you still have a chance to change the line up.
Take part in our survey below and let us know who you would be handing a starting jersey to at Wembley on June. 18
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