England will play one more friendly before manager Roy Hodgson submits his squad of 23 players for the 2014 World Cup, and on Wednesday his job was made even more difficult by a pair of substitutes who impressed in the second half.
Southampton pair Luke Shaw and Adam Lallana did not look at all out of place when introduced against Denmark, and Lallana’s excellent work in the buildup to the Daniel Sturridge winner was especially eye-catching.
Hodgson may well need that final Wembley friendly against Peru to aid his decision-making.
Over the next few slides, we’ll group the players he’s had a chance to evaluate into three categories: already in the squad, on the fringes and on the way out.
Let’s get to it.