It's been a very long time since we last saw a start to a major tournament like this from England. 2 wins, 6 points, 8 goals - the numbers make great viewing for fans up and down country. The expectation level in the lead up to Russia 2018 was the lowest we've seen for years, but that hasn't affected Gareth Southgate's young side who're absolutely relishing the test on the biggest stage of all. It would seem strange after such a positive start that you'd want to change the team, but there's a couple of dilemmas facing the 47 year-old as we creep ever closer to the business end of the tournament.
The biggest one being the debate surrounding Raheem Sterling's performances. Playing in an advanced role in support of skipper Harry Kane, there's pressure on the 23 year-old to repay his managers faith with goals and as of yet it hasn't really happened for him. The Manchester City man is clearly a quality player and just because he hasn't scored it doesn't mean he's played badly, but with a forward as good as Marcus Rashford waiting in the wings there's plenty of pressure on him to deliver.
Many England fans are calling on Southgate to switch things around and give the 20 year-old a starting place ahead of Sterling going into Thursday's clash with Belgium and permanently going forward. He may have scored 11 less Premier League goals than Sterling in the Premier League last season but he's always impressed in an England shirt so it's a big call for Southgate. Who should he choose? Read below to hear our thoughts and let us know yours by tweeting us @FootyAccums!