How England should line up against Senegal: Drop Henderson but bring back Saka
England boss Gareth Southgate has plenty of big decisions to make as he ponders his starting XI to face Senegal on Sunday evening.
The Three Lions cruised into the knockout stages of the World Cup, with a 3-0 win against Wales sealing their passage through as group winners.
Southgate rotated his side for that final group stage fixture and two of the players he brought in, Marcus Rashford and Phil Foden, stole the show, sharing all the goals between them.
So what should the manager do against Senegal? We asked GOAL's Arsenal correspondent Charles Watts to pick the starting XI he would like to see at Al Bayt Stadium.
This is what he went for, using the same 4-3-3 formation Southgate has utilised in all three of England's game so far...