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Likely starting XI
Johnson, Terry, Lescott, Cole,
Milner, Gerrard, Parker, Young,
England have been setting up in a 4-4-2 (ish) formation, but with Rooney and Welbeck playing off each other the front line becomes more staggered.
Rooney didn't exactly light up the game on his return against Ukraine, he got his goal but let's be honest, a blindfolded Mido could have put that away.
But the signs are positive for England, they have performed better than I expected, and haven't let all the injuries to key players effect them as seriously as it might have done.
Italy have always been known for their defensive play but I think the Manchester United forward duo will fancy their chances of causing them difficulties at the back.
England's main concern could come in the form of the controversial figure that is Mario Balotelli.
If he's in the mood then he can be unstoppable, and the fact that he will be coming up against his Manchester City teammates will surely only spur him on.
Overall I think England's team will remain unchanged from their last group game and depending on how the game goes we will see cameos from Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.