Harry Redknapp can only see England boss Gareth Southgate making one change for the Euro 2020 semi-final against Denmark on Wednesday. England have made it to the last four of back-to-back major tournaments. The Three Lions cruised past Ukraine 4-0 in Rome on Saturday to set up Wednesday’s match at Wembley.
“But whatever [he’s picked] he’s come up with the right formula.
“Tomorrow he may make one change I would imagine, possibly, or he may stick with the team he had the other night.
“If he does make a change there’s probably only one change he could make, whether you lose the lad Sancho – who’s an outstanding player, there’s no doubt about that – but whether he decides to tweak in that position again, that’s a possibility.
“Other than that I think the other 10 really will be pretty much nailed on.”
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Former West Ham and Tottenham boss Redknapp is not sure who he would bring in in place of Sancho.
Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka started the matches against Czech Republic and Germany but Redknapp reckons Phil Foden or Jack Grealish could get the nod.
He added: “Difficult one, Foden, would you bring Foden back and play Foden? Do you play Grealish?
“Do you play Grealish with Sterling and Kane? He’s got so many great options, such an amazing group of players.
“You look at the squad, the strength in depth, the players that haven’t even played.