Hodgson announces his lineup for the Three Lions’ last game of the tournament.
Having already been eliminated from the 2014 World Cup there is nothing but pride to play for in Group D for England as they take on Costa Rica in their final match.
As a result manager Roy Hodgson has named his starting XI for the game and has made several changes to the team that the 66-year-old used against Italy and Uruguay.
In total nine changes have been made to the lineup that lost to both the Italians and the Uruguayans, with Chelsea centre-back Gary Cahill and Daniel Sturridge of Liverpool the only players to keep their place.
Here is the team Hodgson will field against the Costa Ricans.
RH: Foster, Jones, Cahill, Smalling, Shaw, Milner, Lampard, Wilshere, Barkley, Lallana, Sturridge to start tomorrow against Costa Rica
— England (@england) June 23, 2014
It will be a chance for some of the younger and less established players in the squad to make a name for themselves on the biggest stage, with eyes falling particularly on Southampton left-back Luke Shaw and Ross Barkley of Everton.
At the other end of the spectrum this could be the last international appearance of his career for Blues veteran Frank Lampard, who will captain the side on his 106th game for the Three Lions.
There will also be the opportunity for stars such as Manchester United’s Phil Jones, Jack Wilshere of Arsenal and Saints skipper Adam Lallana to stake claims for a more regular run in the XI.
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