Gary Neville has selected his England starting XI for Germany vs England at Wembley. The former Man Utd man has suggested a tactical change ahead of the three lions clash with Germany.
England —who are still yet to concede a goal in the tournament so far— face a huge test against the Germans.
Germany on the other side are yet to completely impress in the competition. Their best game was the 4-2 win over Portugal in the second game of the group stages. The Germans made use of their threat at the wing-back to get the better of the Portugal team.
Gary Neville is suggesting a 3-4-3 starting XI for England vs Germany. Neville suggested that this formation would counter Germany’s strength on the flanks.
In Gary’s line-up, there was no place for Phil Foden or Jack Grealish. However, the Man Utd legend opted for Saka and Sterling just as in the win against Czech Republic. Although, he maintained the midfield pair of Rice/Philips, Gary choose Walker as part of the back three.
Magiure, who started his first game at the tournament in the Czech, is backed to start with Stones in the back three. However, Gary also backed Luke shaw to start his third consecutive game in the Euro 2020.
Here is the complete line-up;