Sports Mole takes an in-depth look at how England could line up for Tuesday's UEFA Nations League clash with Germany.
England have been handed an injury concern with James Justin ahead of Tuesday's UEFA Nations League showdown with Germany in Munich.
The Three Lions kicked off League A Group 3 with a 1-0 loss to Hungary at the weekend, during which debutant Justin had to come off at half time with a calf problem.
Gareth Southgate already has Fikayo Tomori and Marc Guehi attempting to shake off injury issues, while Phil Foden tested positive for COVID-19 before the defeat in Budapest.
Despite giving away the game-winning penalty at the Puskas Arena, Reece James's fresh legs could be required in defence alongside John Stones and Harry Maguire given the tight turnaround.
Trent Alexander-Arnold may be fit enough to continue further up the field, where Justin's spot will likely be filled by the versatile Bukayo Saka.
Declan Rice's spot in the midfield is seemingly safe, but he could find himself alongside Euro 2020 regular Kalvin Phillips as Jude Bellingham is wrapped in cotton wool.
Jarrod Bowen provided some bright moments on his debut, but the West Ham United man ought to cede his place to Raheem Sterling, and the same can be said for Mason Mount amid pressure from Jack Grealish.
England possible starting lineup: Pickford; James, Stones, Maguire; Alexander-Arnold, Rice, Phillips, Saka; Sterling, Kane, Grealish
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