Harry Kane leads – England’s strongest possible XI for World Cup

Tottenham superstar Harry Kane will be leading the England team in Russia and he is a definite starter under Gareth Southgate.

The question is, who else should start? Our team members combined to pick the strongest possible starting XI for the Three Lions.

Everton star Jordan Pickford should get the nod to start in goal for England. As far as the defense is concerned, the manager has mainly utilized a three at the back system so we can expect the same at the World Cup.

The likes of Kyle Walker, John Stones and Gary Cahill should start as the back three. On the other hand, Spurs duo Kieran Trippier and Danny Rose must start in the wing-back positions.

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In the midfield, Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson should partner Eric Dier.

As far as the attacking midfield is concerned, England have got more than a few quality players at their disposal.

In our opinion, Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling should start with Tottenham playmaker Dele Alli behind main center forward Harry Kane.

Here is England’s strongest possible XI for the World Cup.

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