England take on Denmark at Wembley in their fourth match of this Nations League on Thursday.

The Three Lions enter the match on a high after their victory over top-ranked side Belgium took them to the top of Group A2.

Gareth Southgate’s side now host a Denmark team who they failed to beat in Copenhagen last month as the two played out a goalless draw.

The visitors sit third in the table but know a second win in HA9 would take them above England.

Ahead of the match, Southgate has various selection decisions to make having fielded an array of players against Wales and Belgium in the past six days.

But who will the Three Lions manager task with the challenge of defeating the Danes?

Here we predict Southgate’s starting XI…

Goalkeeper:

Jordan Pickford:
Despite Nick Pope’s solid performance and clean sheet against Wales, Jordan Pickford returned for the visit of Belgium. Didn’t have a lot to do but, with no real errors and a victory against the top ranked side, the Everton skipper is solidifying his place as Southgate’s number 1. Expect him to start once more against Denmark for his 28th cap.

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