England fans spent just as much time debating who should start at Euro 2020 as they did chanting "it's coming home", with Jack Grealish, Raheem Sterling, Bukayo Saka, and Phil Foden just a few players who split opinions.
A £100m move to Manchester City would follow for Grealish, and in line with that mouthwatering price tag, he remains England's best chance in Qatar according to the fans (18%), ahead of Sterling (12%) and Harry Kane (10%). At the same time, a staggering 84% believe the City star should start in England's next qualifiers despite the more common spot of starting from the bench during the Euros.
Gareth Southgate's recent squad announcement seemed to cause a stir, with Patrick Bamford's inclusion and the exclusion of Mason Greenwood being the standout surprises. Now, of the English who didn’t make it to Euro 2020, 39% want to see Mason Greenwood at the 2022 World Cup, followed by Jesse Lingard (32%) and Bamford (22%).
With regards to the man who could potentially be only the second in history to lift the World Cup for England, 66% of Three Lions fans still believe Kane should be the captain, despite the transfer speculation potentially tarnishing his reputation. Manchester United skipper, Harry Maguire, is the overwhelming choice for the alternative at 44%.