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Starting XI revealed to include Harry Maguire and Jack Grealish, Three Lions 7/1 to win in Qatar

Starting XI revealed to include Harry Maguire and Jack Grealish, Three Lions 7/1 to win in Qatar

England’s squad has just been announced for the Nations League and although it’s often criticised, being spoilt for choice in numerous positions is a good conundrum for England.

Gareth Southgate’s side are primed for the summer fixtures ahead of the World Cup in the winter which takes place right in the middle of the Premier League schedule in November and December.

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Maguire has always been in the headlines for retaining his place in the lineup

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England are among the leading fancies to lift the World Cup this year just behind Brazil and France.

England performed well in the EURO’s during the summer, breaking all sorts of records.

Defensively too, with five clean sheets over the course of the tournament which had not been done before, so clearly Southgate’s tactic are working.

England also have huge potential from numerous youth players breaking through to become regulars and there plenty of specials on these players to break into the starting line-up.

There are also many players making their names in Italy and abroad in general that continue to put themselves in contention of a call-up.

Something Fikayo Tomori and Tammy Abraham have done for the Nations League and if continuing in the same style could be called up to England in the starting lineup at huge odds on Betfair.

2022 World Cup winners odds

Betfair odds

  • Brazil: 11/2
  • France: 6/1
  • England: 7/1
  • Spain: 15/2
  • Germany: 9/1
  • Belgium: 11/1
  • Argentina: 11/1

England will have to put a stop of a 56 year wait for a major trophy in order to lift the World Cup, and are just 7/1 to do so this year.

2022 World Cup specials from Betfair

  • England to lose any knockout match on penalties: 9/1
  • Jordan Pickford to win the Golden Glove: 11/1
  • England to win the World Cup and Harry Kane to win the Golden Boot: 22/1
  • England to lose on penalties in the final: 66/1
  • England to end 56 years of hurt by beating Germany in the final with a Harry Kane hat-trick: 1966/1

The question many will be asking themselves over the course of the year until the World Cup final kicks-off in December 2022 is what the England starting XI will look like.

Starting XI for first World Cup match revealed by odds

England XI | Starting XI revealed to include Harry Maguire and Jack Grealish, Three Lions 7/1 to win in Qatar | The Paradise News

Goalkeeper: Jordan Pickford
Defenders: John Stones, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Trent Alexander-Arnold
Midfielders: Declan Rice, Mason Mount, Jude Bellingham
Forwards: Harry Kane, Phil Foden, Raheem Sterling

To Start England’s First Match of 2022 World Cup odds

Betfair odds

Goalkeepers

  • Jordan Pickford 4/7
  • Aaron Ramsdale 15/8
  • Nick Pope 5/1
  • Sam Johnstone 16/1
  • Dean Henderson 20/1

Defenders

  • John Stones 3/10
  • Harry Maguire 4/9
  • Luke Shaw 4/5
  • Trent Alexander-Arnold EVS
  • Reece James 5/4
  • Ben White 9/4
  • Kyle Walker 5/2
  • Ben Chilwell 11/4
  • Tyrick Mitchell 7/1
  • Kieran Trippier 15/2
  • Tyrone Mings…

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