The England 23 man squad for the World Cup in Russia has been announced.
So we now know the players who could be lining up in Russia, trying to bring home the trophy that England haven’t been able to win since the historic victory in 1966.
But picking the players is just the first part of the puzzle for Gareth Southgate as he now needs to find a formation where he can get the most out of his squad.
Southgate has been very experimental with his starting elevens and formations since he got the job as England manager and has normally played with three centre-backs but may switch it up again for when his side face Tunisia in their opening game of the group stages.
We’ve taken a look at some possible ways he could set up his side.