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GK: Joe Hart
A big player for England, Joe Hart needs a top performance against this calibre of opposition.
DC: Phil Jones
A player in good form right now, Phil Jones continues in defence for England, this time as part of a back three.
DC: Gary Cahill
Another big name in the England defence, Chelsea’s Gary Cahill remains part of the team for this big clash.
DC: Chris Smalling
Brought in as an extra defender in this possible tactical change by Roy Hodgson, Chris Smalling seems a good bet to get a run-out against Italy.