After a poor display in their final pre-euro friendly against Portugal, England manager Roy Hodgson has decided to change things around a bit. He will reportedly revert to a more commonly used formation and axe some players who failed to perform in that game.
With the fall of Spain and a shaky Germany, can England pull off a historic Euro win?
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has given his opinion on the England national team, claiming Gunners' target Jamie Vardy will not start for the Three Lions.
The 21-year-old Netherlands and AZ Alkmaar striker has emerged as a target for several top Premier League sides and has recently expressed a desire to make the step up to the next level from the Dutch Eredivisie.
Jamie Vardy scored a brace for Leicester City against Sunderland to give them their fifth consecutive Premier League win, taking them closer to their first ever Premier League title.
Wayne Rooney, who is currently recuperating from a knee injury, faces stiff competition from the likes of Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy for his place in England's starting line-up.
England will be on quite the high as they get prepared to take on the Netherlands at the Wembley Stadium on Tuesday night.
Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy have been in sparkling form for their clubs this season. Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur occupy the top two spots in the Premier League, thanks in large part to their goalscoring exploits.
England pulled off a brilliant comeback to win 3-2 against World Cup winners Germany, after being 2-0 down at half time. The equalizing goal was scored by none other than Leicester City hero Jamie Vardy.
The Barcelona legend believes that lowered expectations could allow England to play with more freedom at the 2016 Euros in France this summer.