England travel to face Lithuania on Sunday in their last 2018 World Cup qualifier, having already booked their place in Russia next summer.

Gareth Southgate led his country to the World Cup on Thursday night, topping the group after a 1-0 win over Slovenia at Wembley.

Harry Kane, captaining England, scored in added time at the end of the game to secure their passage into the group stage of the World Cup at the end of the club season.

With England already won the group, the game gives Southgate a free hit. Although he will want to finish the group unbeaten.

England topped the group with 23 points after seven wins and two draws from their nine games, with Scotland currently second on 15 points.

Southgate could call upon a couple of players to show their worth and impress, giving the chance to rest a few of the current starting line-up.

Here is how we think he will line England up on Sunday…

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