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Sportsmail experts name their England teams for next year’s World Cup

England emphatically closed out their place at next year’s World Cup in Qatar after crushing San Marino ten goals in their final standings, and now the focus can turn to who Gareth Southgate names on his 23-man squad.

Of course, there are players who can be sure of making the plane, but others are on the sidelines and will wait to make their claim before judgment day.

It is a fairly established group, on paper. However, surprises can emerge for the rest of the season and players who might fear missing the cut can enjoy excellent form that drives them back to boss Southgate thinking.

So to help resolve the discussion, Sportsmail He has asked several of our experts for their squads, and also the names of his three outsiders to keep a close eye on …

England sealed their place in the Qatar World Cup after scoring ten goals against San Marino

England sealed their place in the Qatar World Cup after scoring ten goals against San Marino

Manager Gareth Southgate will now be able to think about which players to name on his team.

Manager Gareth Southgate will now be able to think about which players to name on his team.

Manager Gareth Southgate will now be able to think about which players to name on his team.

JOE BERNSTEIN

Goalkeepers: Pickford, Ramsdale, Pope

Defenders: Walker, James, Alexander-Arnold, Stones, Maguire, Mings, Coady, Chilwell, Shaw

Midfielders: Rice, Phillips, Bellingham, Henderson, Grealish, Foden, Saka, Monte

Forward: Kane, Calvert-Lewin, Rashford and Sterling

Gareth Southgate has an established group and is loyal, so don’t expect wholesale changes, although Kieran Trippier may be vulnerable due to the quality of the full runners.

Harry Kane is ready to fly to the World Cup and is chasing the Three Lions goal record

Harry Kane is ready to fly to the World Cup and is chasing the Three Lions goal record

Harry Kane is ready to fly to the World Cup and is chasing the Three Lions goal record

THREE TO SEE:

Ben White, Aaron Cresswell and Conor Gallagher

Three that could disrupt the established order are White, who will be hard to put aside if he continues to impress at Arsenal, Cresswell if Luke Shaw suffers injury or loss of form, and Gallagher, whose energy will be on Southgate Street.

If they allow me a room, Tino Livramento is too good not to play for England at some point.

Conor Gallagher (C) is a player to be reckoned with because his energy can impress Southgate

Conor Gallagher (C) is a player to be reckoned with because his energy can impress Southgate

Conor Gallagher (C) is a player to be reckoned with because his energy can impress Southgate

TOM COLLOMOSSE

Goalkeepers: Ramsdale, Pope, Pickford

Defenders: James, Walker, Shaw, Chilwell, Maguire, Piedras, Tomori

Midfielders: Rice, Phillips, Mount, Bellingham, Ward-Prowse, Grealish, Barnes, Smith Rowe, Foden

Forward: Kane, Calvert-Lewin, Watkins and Sterling

England will travel to Qatar full of optimism after reaching the semifinals of the last World Cup and the final of Euro 2020.

They are one of the most consistent international teams and it will be a formidable challenge for anyone next winter, provided they can keep their best players in shape.

Trent Alexander-Arnold may risk missing the team due to fierce competition

Trent Alexander-Arnold may risk missing the team due to fierce competition

Trent Alexander-Arnold may risk missing the team due to fierce competition

This squad covers all bases and will allow Gareth Southgate to deploy different systems to suit different opponents.

James Ward-Prowse deserves to be included for his remarkable ability on set pieces and while the omission of Trent Alexander-Arnold would certainly cause controversy, he is given far more freedom of attack at the club level than he would have with England.

Southgate teams are built on solidity rather than style and so far it has worked.

THREE TO SEE:

Eberechi Eze, Conor Gallagher and James Justin

Eberechi Eze has dazzled for QPR and Crystal Palace, and could be in line for a surprise call-up.

Eberechi Eze has dazzled for QPR and Crystal Palace, and could be in line for a surprise call-up.

Eberechi Eze has dazzled for QPR and Crystal Palace, and could be in line for a surprise call-up.

DANIEL MATTHEWS

Goalkeepers: Jordan Pickford, Aaron Ramsdale and Dean Henderson

Defenders: Reece James, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Kyle Walker, Harry Maguire, Ben White, John Stones, Luke Shaw, Ben Chilwell

Midfielders: Jordan Henderson, Declan Rice, Kalvin Phillips, Jude Bellingham, Mason Mount, Phil Foden

Forward: Harry Kane, Jack Grealish, Raheem Sterling, Bukayo Saka, Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood

Silly errand at best, this.

How much easier life would be with another 26-man team, regardless of Gareth Southgate’s reserves.

Otherwise I can’t find a place for any of: Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Kieran Trippier, Joe Gomez, Fikayo Tomori, Tyrone Mings, Jadon Sancho, James Ward-Prowse, Jesse Lingard, Tammy Abraham, Ollie Watkins, Conor Coady, Danny Ings , Emile Smith Rowe or Conor Gallagher.

Not forgetting rising stars like Curtis Jones and Tariq Lamptey.

Jadon Sancho is another player who may be forced to watch the masterpiece from home

Jadon Sancho is another player who may be forced to watch the masterpiece from home

Jadon Sancho is another player who may be forced to watch the masterpiece from home

THREE TO SEE:

Tino Livramento, Harvey Elliott and Marc Guehi

My three bolters would have to come from (very) deep to make the plane. But all have shown so much promise.

How is Livramento solo 19? How will the Guehi under-21 pattern play out with Patrick Vieira?

How to ignore Elliott if, injury permitting, he continues to shine at Liverpool?

Tino Livramento is on the sidelines of the senior team and has shown promise with Southampton

Tino Livramento is on the sidelines of the senior team and has shown promise with Southampton

Tino Livramento is on the sidelines of the senior team and has shown promise with Southampton

ROB DRAPER

Goalkeepers: Pickford, Ramsdale, Henderson

Defenders: Alexander-Arnold, James, Walker, Chilwell, Shaw, Stones, Maguire, Guehi, Mings

Midfielders: Henderson, Bellingham, Rice, Phillips, Grealish, Monte

Forward: Kane, Sterling, Foden, Sancho, Greenwood

When you pair it with 23, you start to realize how ridiculous the talent pool is.

How to leave out Rashford, Saka, Gomez, Calvert-Lewin, Abraham, Tomori, Trippier, Gallagher, Loftus-Cheek, Smith-Rowe and Hudson-Odoi?

The only gaps are perhaps a back in the middle half and a replacement for Harry Kane.

Hence, Greenwood, who is perhaps the most natural England finalist besides Kane. You can expect your development to prosper over the next year.

Southgate's favorite Marcus Rashford could be a victim of the enviable Three Lions talent pool

Southgate's favorite Marcus Rashford could be a victim of the enviable Three Lions talent pool

Southgate’s favorite Marcus Rashford could be a victim of the enviable Three Lions talent pool

THREE TO SEE

Marc Guehi, Trevoh Chalobah, Callum Hudson-Odoi

Who will be the next outstanding young center-back?

Ben White and Fikayo Tomori are well placed, but Guehi seemed like one to watch in Swansea and is corroborating that promise at Palace.

If England play three defenses and Chalobah regularly earns his place on Chelsea’s side, then that will be hard to ignore.

This list looks like a tribute to the Chelsea academy. And Conor Gallagher and Tino Livramento could also participate.

But Hudson-Odoi has the potential to surpass Sancho, Saka and Rashford if he can impress Tuchel enough to stay with the Chelsea squad.

Marc Guehi looked like another player to watch at Swansea and he's building on that with Palace

Marc Guehi looked like another player to watch at Swansea and he's building on that with Palace

Marc Guehi looked like another player to watch at Swansea and he’s building on that with Palace

ADRIAN KAJUMBA

Goalkeepers: Ramsdale, Pope, Pickford

Defenders: James, Walker, Shaw, Chilwell, Maguire, Stones, Coady

Midfielders: Rice, Phillips, Bellingham, Gallagher, Smith Rowe, Foden

Forward: Sterling, Grealish, Saka, Sancho, Kane, Calvert-Lewin, Rashford / Greenwood

I have gone for a truly heavy team and away from the Euros by including players like Conor Gallagher and Emile Smith Rowe and would go for one of Marcus Rashford or Mason Greenwood if form / physical condition allowed.

Emile Smith Rowe scored against San Marino and can be chosen as part of a high-level team.

Emile Smith Rowe scored against San Marino and can be chosen as part of a high-level team.

Emile Smith Rowe scored against San Marino and can be chosen as part of a high-level team.

THREE TO SEE

Eberechi Eze, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Fourth position central defender

Ebere Eze was on the brink of the provisional euro list before getting injured; your recovery will be worth watching.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek went to the last World Cup which is why he is known for Gareth Southgate. He has forced his way back to things at Chelsea and is such a unique talent that if his form and fitness continue, a space could be made for him in the squad.

He would also be prepared to turn things around if a prominent option for a fourth central defender emerges.

Tyrone Mings is in pole position at the moment, but many others should / could enter the fray, such as Lewis Dunk, Adam Webster, Ben White and Fikayo Tomori.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek traveled to the last World Cup and is therefore known to be the boss of Southgate.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek traveled to the last World Cup and is therefore known to be the boss of Southgate.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek traveled to the last World Cup and is therefore known to be the boss of Southgate.

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