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Reece James and Luke Shaw part of England XI against Scotland

England needs a victory over Scotland at Wembley on Friday to book a berth in the last-16 of Euro 2020. Gareth Southgate’s side took down Croatia on Sunday in the opener and Scotland also took down the Czech Republic by 2-0 in their first match. Even with the strong start, Gareth Southgate will make certain changes against Scotland, Reece James would replace Kyle Walker at right-back and Luke Shaw would replace Kieran Trippier at left-back.

Harry Maguire might stay on the bench after Tyrone Mings’ solid showing against Croatia. In midfield, Declan Rice and Kalvin Phillips would still be present though Mason Mount’s position would be at risk. Phil Foden was stupendous against Croatia though Jack Grealish could infuse more energy on the field. 
 

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