England’s Potential Starting XI Against Serbia with 5 Positions in Question for Euro 2024 Opener

England is likely to go with Trent Alexander-Arnold in midfield for their Euro 2024 opener due to injuries affecting their first match. The Three Lions are set to commence their tournament campaign against Serbia, and Gareth Southgate’s team is considered one of the favorites to end their 58-year wait for a major title this summer. However, injuries, particularly in defense, could impact their initial selections at the Euros. Defensive concerns may prompt Southgate to look for solutions, with Marc Guehi expected to be included in the lineup.

Although there were discussions about playing the Manchester City player in a central role, Southgate is now planning to deploy him in a wide position. Guehi’s fitness uncertainty heading into Sunday’s game may necessitate a last-minute rearrangement if the issue persists. Ahead of the opening game, team captain Harry Kane emphasized the responsibility that comes with being one of the favorites, stating, “We are going in there as one of the favorites and that is a responsibility that we have to take forward now, because we have earned the right to be there.” The potential England team against Serbia includes Pickford; Walker, Stones, Guehi, Trippier; Alexander-Arnold, Rice, Bellingham; Saka, Kane, Foden.

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