Two Manchester United players start for England as the Three Lions aim to make it to a first major tournament final since 1966. After comfortably beating Ukraine last week, sights have been set on overcoming the heartbreak from Russia three years ago by sealing their place in Sunday’s final.
Harry Maguire, who scored in the 4-0 win over Ukraine, has kept his place at the heart of England’s defence after a series of stellar performances.
Looking to make history.
— England (@England) July 7, 2021
Luke Shaw also starts after being credited with two assists in the quarter-final, taking his tally up to three in the tournament – just one short of leading the charts for assists in the tournament.
Jadon Sancho, who impressed in his first start of the summer last week, has dropped to the bench whilst Marcus Rashford is also named as a substitute. Rashford, who was expected to be one of the starters going into Euro 2020, has been limited to just four appearances from the bench so far.