Tomorrow’s match against Wales will feature Jordan Henderson starting, which could be bad news for Jude Bellingham.
Later today, the Liverpool captain will participate in the pre-game press conference with Gareth Southgate.
Additionally, Henderson’s expertise may be crucial in the Battle of Britain matchup’s physical nature. Bellingham, who had been outstanding in the 6-2 victory over Iran but had struggled in the second game, was replaced by the midfielder against the United States on Friday in the 69th minute.
Despite the poor team performance against the States, Henderson, 32, who has 71 caps, was a calming presence. England would only be eliminated from the group stages by a humiliating loss to Wales, but Southgate will still be motivated to finish first.
The Manager of England isn’t likely to make many adjustments, and he may decide to keep Harry Kane on the left and Bukayo Saka on the right.
Since Phil Foden is having a successful season with Manchester City, there are numerous calls for him to get the start.