GARETH SOUTHGATE is set to bring Phil Foden back into the starting XIto face the Germans.
The Manchester City superstar was left out of the squad against the Czech Republic because he was a yellow card away from suspension.
The England boss is also considering starting Mason Mount despite having to self-isolate for the past 10 days.
Mount and Chelsea team-mate Ben Chilwell have been training alone and socially distanced after coming into contact with Scotland's Billy Gilmour.
Their period of isolation ends on the morning of tomorrow's Round of 16 clash with the old foe.
Sky Sports write how Southgate is not ruling out throwing Mount back into the side despite being away from the group in the build-up to the contest.
The gaffer remains wary over the 'psychological' effect of their long stints alone in their hotel rooms.
He said: "That's what we've got to take into account, there's not only the training part of that but the psychological part of that as well.
"They've had to spend a lot of time in a room on their own so it's a very difficult situation, firstly for the two boys."
The boss is likely to make a last minute decision on Mount but he will join a midfield of Declan Rice and Kalvin Phillips.
The tough-tackling duo have started every match so far with Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling and Foden leading the attack.
Bukayo Saka could feel aggrieved if he is left out after his Man of the Match performance against the Czech Republic.
Southgate could keep the same defence who have yet to concede a tournament goal so far.
Although reports speculate that Kieran Trippier may take Luke Shaw's spot at left-back to take advantage of his set-pieces.
Nine of England's 12 goals at the World Cup 2018 came from set-pieces but they have yet to take advantage during the Euros.
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