We take a look at the potential starting 11 as England travel to take on Croatia in the UEFA Nations League.
The last time these two sides met was just a matter of months ago, July in fact, where Croatia came from a goal down to send England out of the World Cup semi-final in extra-time.
Gareth Southgate is set to ditch his 3-5-2 and change it to 4-3-3, according to reports and this will match Croatia's lineup as they have already released their starting 11 for the match-up.
See who we think could line up for Southgate's Three Lions side in eastern Europe on Friday...
Goalkeeper: Jordan Pickford (Everton)
The England stopper will pick up his 12th international cap should he start as the number one tonight.
Pickford played his part throughout the World Cup, including a valiant performance in the round of 16 penalty shoot-out win over Colombia, justifying his place as first-choice shot-stopper.
Right-back: Kyle Walker (Man City)
The rampant right-back played centre-back during England's World Cup run but is expected to revert back to his favoured position against Croatia. He hit a long-range strike to seal Man City's win over Newcastle last month and has contributed to five clean sheets this season in only seven appearances.
Centre-back: John Stones (Man City)
In only four Premier League starts this campaign, Stones has registered two clean sheets, which include last weekend’s shut out at Liverpool, keeping Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane quiet. The centre-back, 24, netted two goals at the World Cup.
Centre-back: Harry Maguire (Leicester)
Maguire was one of England’s stand-out performers at the World Cup. His tough defensive displays were replicated through the solitary goal and assist that he claimed at the tournament. Amidst speculation of a summer move to Manchester United, the no-nonsense centre-back remained at the Foxes and has helped them keep two clean sheets thus far, contributing two goals at the other end.
Left wing-back: Ben Chilwell (Leicester)
The Leicester left-back is all set to make his first start at senior level, as Danny Rose and Luke Shaw have both pulled out of the squad. Chilwell, 21, has impressed Claude Puel, and evidently Gareth Southgate, at the King Power Stadium and will intend to make his mark against Croatia.
Midfield: Eric Dier (Spurs)
Dier has started seven of Spurs' eight league games and has been the rock in front of the backline that has attained two successive clean sheets. If the defensive midfielder is to start, it will be his 35th appearance for the Three Lions.
Midfield: Jordan Henderson (Liverpool)
The Liverpool midfielder has helped Liverpool start strongly in their bid to win the Premier League title and is an important component in Southgate's midfield. Henderson, 28, is primed to make his 47th national appearance.
Midfield: Ross Barkley (Chelsea)
The Chelsea playmaker played a pivotal role in earning three points against Southampton last weekend, scoring one and assisting another. He looks revitalised under Maurizio Sarri, appearing in seven out of their eight Premier League matches to get back into Southgate's plans. He could earn his 23rd international cap in Croatia.
Forward: Raheem Sterling (Man City)
Sterling continued where he left off last season, recording four goals and two assists from his opening seven league matches, creating 15 chances for team-mates in this period too. The City winger will look to exploit the Croatia backline with his pace and trickery which has flourished under Pep Guardiola.
Forward: Harry Kane (Spurs)
As England captain, Kane has netted 12 times in 12 matches, averaging a goal every 91 minutes. The Tottenham talisman bagged the World Cup Golden Boot with six goals in as many matches, and has started the domestic season in similar fashion, netting five goals thus far.
Forward: Marcus Rashford (Man United)
The Red Devils youngster is in line to earn his 28th cap for England as he is likely to start alongside Kane and Sterling in a front three. Rashford has only found the net once but has hit five goals in his international career, including a wonder-strike against Costa Rica at Elland Road before the World Cup. The forward, 20, also scored in England's last two outings, including a win over Switzerland.
Predicted XI (4-3-3): Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire, Chilwell; Dier, Henderson, Barkley; Sterling, Kane, Rashford.
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Odds correct as of 1240 BST on 12/10/18