World Cup 2022: Your England team to face Senegal in last 16

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After Marcus Rashford and Phil Foden came into the England team and scored all three goals against Wales in their final World Cup group game, it left manager Gareth Southgate with a selection headache.

We asked you to pick a starting XI for Sunday’s last-16 tie against Senegal at 19:00 GMT – and this is who you picked.

Both Foden and Rashford are in your team, with Foden the fourth most popular player (88%) and Rashford (76%) the most wanted on both the right and left wing.

Manchester City defender John Stones (95%) was an almost universal selection, with midfielder Jude Bellingham and centre-back Harry Maguire close behind.

Kyle Walker (57%) edged out Kieran Tripper (44%) to take right-back slot, while Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka (53%) takes the final place in the team, meaning Foden drops into the midfield three.

There is no place for Chelsea’s Mason Mount (18%) and Raheem Sterling (15%), who started England’s first two group games against Iran and USA.

BBC Sport readers England team to face Senegal: Jordan Pickford, Kyle Walker, John Stones, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Jude Bellingham, Declan Rice, Phil Foden, Bukayo Saka, Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford in a 4-3-3 formation

You can still pick your team below and share it on social media using #bbcfootballexternal-link, but your selections will now not count towards the final team.

Select your England XI for the World Cup

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