England can no longer finish top of Group A2 with one game to play and are safe from relegation, leaving them in a direct battle for second with Denmark, who are three points better off and could still qualify for the Finals with a win over Belgium.
Kieran Trippier is the latest individual to talk up the talents of the "fantastic" Aston Villa playmaker Jack Grealish, as he told England's press conference ahead of the Iceland game.
Borussia Dortmund's 17-year-old Jude Bellingham would be the youngest player to start a game for England if he makes the first XI - beating Wayne Rooney's record.
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The use of England's key players for tonight's fixture is likely to be greeted with huge apprehension from Premier League clubs, with the likes of Jordan Henderson, Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez amongst those to have already picked up injuries during the global break.
"They are in a really hard situation". Southgate said that Premier League club managers are anxious about player fatigue and injuries due to jam-packed schedule. The so-called smaller clubs think it would put them at a competitive disadvantage. "It manifests itself in different ways but that is what happens". 'We are going to succeed or fail as a team and it is for everybody to contribute.
England manager Gareth Southgate said Henderson's problem was tightness but failed to specify the nature of the injury, while Sterling damaged a calf in training last week.
Four years after being humiliated by Iceland in the European Championship's round of 16, a youthful, much-transformed England turned the tables on them. There's huge pressure on every result and everybody is looking to try to gain an advantage and if they feel somebody else is getting an advantage, they'll want to make sure their voice is heard as well.