England will continue to play in a 4-3-3 formation against Senegal, but has Gareth Southgate’s starting lineup changed?
On Sunday, England will play Senegal in the round of 16 of the World Cup at Al Bayt Stadium. Sky Sports News senior correspondent Rob Dorsett anticipates Gareth Southgate to stick with a 4-3-3 system, but the manager still has a lot to consider about his starting lineup. Gareth Southgate chose his strongest England XI against Iran less than a fortnight prior to this winner-take-all showdown against Senegal. We should keep in mind that the manager of England was always going to start the World Cup with his strongest team, in his opinion. What, if anything, transpired in the past three games to sway his perspective?
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There is no question that the site’s overall shape will not change. The team’s structure, the 4-3-3, which has allowed England to have an additional player in midfield thus far in the tournament, has worked well for them, so I anticipate that it will stay the same. Although it’s a toss-up between Kyle Walker and Kieran Trippier at right-back, the back four is likely to remain the same. Walker may well prevail in that matchup because Southgate has always admired his exceptional speed, but England loses some set-piece expertise without Trippier in the lineup. Additionally, his contribution is still very important because his three assists are a World Cup record for Englishmen since David Beckham more than twenty years ago.
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The main points of dispute therefore revolve around England’s wide offensive positions, which have been the focus of much discussion ever since their victory over Wales. Actually, that was long before that game as well. It’s expected that Jack Grealish will continue to serve as England’s super-sub, so the decision is “choose two from four,” with strong cases to be made for Rashford, Foden, Sterling, and Saka. He also noted—and properly so—that each of the five eligible replacements has the potential to contribute off the bench. The FA’s game analysts have been working nonstop to compile a thorough dossier on England’s opponents in Round 16. That much is certain.
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Make no mistake: despite the fact that the USA hindered England and controlled the midfield for the majority of their 0-0 draw, they rarely posed a threat to Jordan Pickford’s goal. Even without their talisman, Sadio Mane, Southgate claims he expects Senegal to perform that much more efficiently in this match. The absence of Idrissa Gueye from Everton in midfield weakens them even more, but the Lions of Teranga are still a serious threat to the Three Lions of England.
When England plays Senegal on Sunday, Southgate claims they are “mentally and physically” prepared for penalties. Three shootouts have taken place involving England since Southgate became manager in 2016. They defeated Switzerland in the Nations League a year after defeating Colombia at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
“We are ready. We have been following a process, At his pre-game presser, Southgate stated We’ve looked at how we can get better after winning two of the three shootouts. Of course, though We still have to get a lot of other things right. In order to avoid extra time and penalties, we want to win the game in the first 90 minutes. But if we need to go further, we must be mentally and physically prepared. I think we are.Because Henderson, Rashford, and Foden have given media interviews over the past several days, there is conjecture in the media that they may start.
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