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Jadon Sancho will start for England against Ukraine with Mason Mount returning to the fold.
Phil Foden will again miss out having not started against Germany.
The side remains largely unchanged since the emphatic win at Wembley on Tuesday.
There were suggestions that Declan Rice may be sacrificed because he is on a yellow card, meaning he would miss a potential semi-final if he is booked.
But Gareth Southgate has started him alongside Kalvin Phillips, with the duo forming an impressive partnership.
England play Ukraine at 8pm in Rome in the quarter-final of Euro 2020, having topped Group D.
Bukayo Saka will miss out due to injury. The Arsenal man burst onto the scene with an impressive display against Czech Republic.
He then followed up this form with a fearless showing against Germany.
This will mark Sancho's first appearance since completing his move to Manchester United earlier this week following a lengthy saga.
Jack Grealish, who has been the target of calls from fans to start games, will again remain on the bench.
But this proved an inspired move against Germany, when Grealish came on against a tiring German defence and provided the assist for Harry Kane to score England's second.
Kane had been going through a goal drought before that point, and Southgate will be hoping he can pick up from where he left off.
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