England head coach Roy Hodgson before the match
England: Joe Hart; Kyle Walker, Chris Smalling, Gary Cahill, Danny Rose; Eric Dier, Dele Alli, Wayne Rooney; Daniel Sturridge, Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane
England have made a host of changes to their starting lineup in Monday's knockout match against Iceland in Nice.
Tottenham quartet Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Kyle Walker and Danny Rose have been recalled, as have England captain Wayne Rooney and, controversially for some, Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling.
England will be hoping to get back to winning ways after what was a disappointing goalless draw with Slovakia last week.
They have decided to go with the side that started the first two matches of the tournament, barring one change - Daniel Sturridge, who scored the winner from the bench in the win over Wales, starts ahead of Liverpool teammate Adam Lallana.
England's Raheem Sterling in action
Leicester City star Jamie Vardy, who netted the equaliser in that Wales victory, drops to the bench as Spurs favourite Harry Kane, the Premier League's top scorer last season, is given another chance to break his duck at the Euros.
England may well be up against a similarly defensive side in Iceland, the smallest country at the tournament, but boss Roy Hodgson will be hoping his chosen elven, which was widely predicted in the media before the game, will have enough to dispense with a resolute back line.
Harry Kane celebrates with Jamie Vardy after scoring the first goal for England