Coach Gareth Southgate will be leading the English national team to a fierce battle against Spain in the Uefa Nations League tomorrow.
England will hope to have their first win by defeating a tougher Spanish side tomorrow having wasted the opportunities to defeat Croatia earlier.
Gareth Southgate has made some changes in the Three Lions squad, one of which is their football formation.
Back in the summer World Cup, coach Gareth Southgate made use of three center backs, he is however now using the 4 – 3 – 3 football formation.
Southgate making use of 3 forwards means the duo of Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford will play alongside Harry Kane, who is the centre-forward.
England will play against Spain without Jordan Henderson and John Stones, who were suspended.
The suspension is a set back for the team with Southgate finding it hard to make the right decision on who to start to replace the two players.
Below is how England may line up against Spain tomorrow.
Goalpost: this area will be managed by Pickford Jordan.
Defense: Chilwell and Walker will play on the left and right wing respectively while the duo of Harry Maguire and Joe Gomez will cover the center back.
Midfield: the trio of Ross Barkley, Winks and Dier will cover the area.
Attack: Kane, Rashford, and Sterling will lead at the front.