England take on Slovakia in both sides’ final group game at Euro 2016 with both sides hoping to secure a place in the knockout stages.
Sport360 looks at some of the major talking points facing both sides ahead of the clash:
WILL IT BE ROY OF THE ROTATION?
England’s second-half performance against Wales was by some distance their best so far, with genuine goal threat to go with territorial advantage.
Goalscorers Jamie Vardy and Daniel Sturridge appeared to make irrefutable claims for recalls to the starting XI after coming off the bench but Roy Hodgson can be stubborn in his selections. He also placed a high value on Harry Kane in his pre-tournament planning and could be loathe to cut the Premier League’s top-scorer loose.
England’s most expensive footballer, Raheem Sterling, has had a forgettable start to the competition. In both matches he has started brightly only for his lack of final product – be it crossing or finishing – to chip away at his confidence.
Three Lions fans had started to jeer the self-styled ‘Hated One’ before his half-time withdrawal in Lens and his morale must now be a major concern for Hodgson.
HAMSIK IN THE SHOP WINDOW
Napoli fans may take exception, but Slovakia boss Jan Kozak suggested after Marek Hamsik’s starring role against Russia that the skilful midfielder “deserves a bigger club”.
The Premier League, and with all the money and status it attracts, would be home to some desirable suitors so who better for Hamsik to turn on the style against than England? Expect him to be busting a gut to impress.