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Fans 'Work Out' England's Starting XI For Euro 2020 Based On Shirt Numbers

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Fans 'Work Out' England's Starting XI For Euro 2020 Based On Shirt Numbers

Fans are convinced that they have worked out England's starting XI for Euro 2020 following the squad numbers reveal.

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Shortly after the squad announcement, the Three Lions unveiled the shirt numbers with supporters thinking it resembles the starting line-up.

The No.1 jersey goes to Jordan Pickford while Kyle Walker and Luke Shaw get the No.2 and No.3 shirts, respectively.

Jack Grealish lands the No.7 shirt with Jordan Henderson, who hasn't played since February, is given the No.8 shirt.

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Manchester United's Marcus Rashford and Manchester City's Raheem Sterling also get first-choice shirt numbers.

Are the squad numbers 1-11 the starting XI against Croatia? Some fans reckon so.

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One tweeted: "Why does squad numbers 1-11 look like the first eleven."

A second tweeted: "Kyle Walker takes the number 2, could that be a clue to who starts at right-back?"

A third argued: "Wouldn't read too much into the squad numbers. Mount's not there and he surely has to start. He's a Southgate favourite."

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Who should start for England against Croatia? Let us know.

Featured Image Credit: PA/England

Topics: Football News, Football, Euro 2020, England, Gareth Southgate

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