Rashford or Saka, and what about Foden? The big England decisions Southgate must make against Senegal
Gareth Southgate could not have asked for much more when England took on Wales on Tuesday.
The England manager was under pressure following a disappointing 0-0 draw with the United States, with many pointing the finger at his tactics and team selection.
So he needed a good performance and that’s exactly what he got, with England cruising to a 3-0 win which saw them top their group and set up a last-16 clash with Senegal on Sunday.
Southgate shuffled his pack slightly and his changes worked perfectly, with Marcus Rashford and Phil Foden - who were both handed their first starts of the tournament - sharing the goals between them.
But that leaves the England manager facing some difficult decisions when it comes to selecting his side to face Senegal.
GOAL, takes a look at some of the issues Southgate must decide on...