ROY KEANE expects Gareth Southgate to recall Kieran Trippier, Phil Foden and Mason Mount for Tuesday's showdown with Germany.
Joachim Low's side travel to Wembley for the 5pm kick-off and Keane believes England will trust their regular starters.
All three started in the win over Croatia that opened the Three Lions' tournament.
Trippier was a surprise addition at left-back before being replaced by Luke Shaw.
Mount missed the win over Czech Republic while self-isolating after Billy Gilmour's coronavirus test while Foden was rested due to a yellow card.
And former Republic of Ireland star Keane thinks Southgate will consider going back to the Croatia team, plus the now-fit Harry Maguire.
He told ITV ahead of Portugal's game with Belgium: "Maybe with Maguire that'll be the only change, and go back to the first game against Croatia.
"We're on about these young players doing very well in the last one or two games.
"But Gareth, as the manager, you still go back to the lads who got you over the line over the last year or two.
"So it wouldn't surprise me if Gareth went back to the team, obviously with Maguire available, for the first game against Croatia.
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"There's question marks about maybe Trippier coming back in. The set-piece delivery has been really poor, maybe they go back to Trippier for that."
Southgate has admitted his doubt at bringing Mount and Ben Chilwell into the line-up following their period of self-isolation.
Former England star Wayne Rooney has told the coach to add Jordan Henderson to the midfield and hand a start to Marcus Rashford.
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