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Who Will Start for England Against Tunisia?

England v Tunusia

Many avid soccer fans are going to now be playing the who “will play in the next game”, game, and if you are going to be watching the England vs Tunisia match then you are probably trying to predict who will be playing in that match yourself.

If there ever were a few certainties, then you can almost guarantee that Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling will be in the makeup of the team in that match, along with players such as Kyle Walker and Jordan Henderson.

In fact, I would go as far as saying that Eric Dier should have pride of place in the team for that match, and it would be something of a miracle if both John Stones and Jordan Pickford didn’t start in that match too!

Kieran Trippier Should be Playing

I think it is also a safe bet to say that Kieran Trippier should always be in the makeup of the team and with his skills and talent I wouldn’t be too surprised if Gary Cahill was in the team too.

However, we you start looking at the old match matches and new the players in the squad that could be playing in the England vs Tunisia match, then you need to consider whether Danny Rose is going to be one of the chosen ones, for he is a player inform and should be an asset to the team too.

Dele Alli has proven talent on the pitch, but whether he is going to be on the pitch does remain to be seen, however I do think that Jesse Lingard is going to be given a chance of proving his worth in this match, and whether he will be in the initial starting team or will be substituted on later in the match does of course reaming to be seen.

Will Harry Maguire be Playing?

I would like to think that young Harry Maguire will be in the starting line up for that match, as he could be one of those players who is going to shine throughout the Group Stages and possibly beyond too!

One other player that does have probably one of the best chances of being in the initial mix up of players taking to the pitch is Ashley Young, and I think he is going to be another player to keep your eye on and he is likely to be playing out of his skin in that match if selected, which I think he may just be.

There are of course plenty of other players that can be picked too, however when it comes to players such as Jack Butland and Marcus Rashford, it could be a toss of a coin that decides if they are going to be selected to play in that first match in the Group Stages.

Phil Jones could also be selected to player as could both Jamie Vardy and Ruben Loftus-Cheek, but a few of the outsiders that I am not sure about, regarding whether they will be playing in the starting line up or will be substituted onto the pitch as some point in that match are the likes of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Fabian Delph, Danny Welbeck and Nick Pope.

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