England labored their way into the knockout stages of the European Championships and the Three Lions will now be squaring off against Iceland at the Allianz Riviera in Nice on Monday night.
Given the magnitude of the clash, manager Roy Hodgson most certainly will need to get his team selection spot on for the encounter and it will certainly be interesting to see which starting lineup the 68-year-old decides to go with on the night.
With Adam Lallana currently struggling for fitness ahead of the clash, there has been speculation that Jack Wilshere could earn a start for England once again.
However, Arsenal legend Ray Parlour is not particularly looking forward to seeing Wilshere in action and has harshly stated that the 24-year-old should not be starting against Iceland.
The 43-year-old explained that Wilshere would be a decent substitute for the Three Lions but if everyone is fit, the Arsenal star should be on the bench this Monday.
Parlour told talkSPORT Drive, “He’s a good substitution to bring on, Jack, because he’s calm and good on the ball. But at the moment, I just can’t fit him in my team.
“It’s all down to him [Lallana]. If he’s not fit or not at 100%. If he’s only 60% fit he [Hodgson] might have to change it. He might push Alli out [to the wing] and push Rooney in, and Wilshere might get an opportunity. But certainly, if everybody’s fit, I don’t think he gets in the side at the moment.”