Kieran Trippier recalled as England go with back three for Euro 2020 final

England have recalled former Barnsley loanee Kieran Trippier and switched to a back three for their first European Championship final.

Atletico Madrid defender Trippier, a substitute against Denmark in the semi-final, is the only change to the side, replacing Bukayo Saka.

But it means a change of formation too, from 4-2-3-1 to the 3-4-3 used against Germany to try and combat Italy tactically.

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The move means Mason Mount will play on the right wing for the first time in the tournament, having previously been used as a No 10/third midfielder. Phil Foden, Saka, Jadon Sancho and, later in games, have all played there in this tournament.

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Yorkshiremen Harry Maguire, Kalvin Phillips, John Stones and Kyle Walker keep their places. Phillips and Stones have been ever-presents in the tournament.

England (3-4-3): Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire; Trippier, Phillips, Rice, Shaw; Mount, Kane Sterling.

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