TEAMtalk's Pete Hall selects his England starting XI for Tuesday night's tricky clash with Poland in Warsaw - and invites you to do the same.
England cantered to a 5-0 Wembley win over San Marino on Friday night, with Roy Hodgson resting several star players ahead of Tuesday night's much tougher Group H assignment.
The Three Lions coach admits he will ring the changes for the World Cup qualifier, with the likes of Ashley Cole, Steven Gerrard, Joleon Lescott and Jermain Defoe all hoping for recalls to the starting line-up.
Hodgson admits he welcomes the selection headache he has against the Poles - and I'm inviting you, our loyal army of readers, to select your XI for the game after having a scan over my preferred team.
My England team v Poland (4-4-1-1): Hart; Johnson, Lescott, Jagielka, Baines; Lennon, Carrick, Gerrard, Milner; Rooney; Welbeck.
Joe Hart: Has already frustrated Robert Lewandowski once this season, and will be hoping to do so again in the Borussia Dortmund striker's homeland.
Glenn Johnson: With Kyle Walker suffering from a slight knock, the in-form Liverpool full-back's return from suspension cannot be overlooked.
Joleon Lescott: Another returnee who will be in for another difficult evening dealing with Lewandowski, and will have to be on top of his game.
Phil Jagielka: Between him and Gary Cahill as to who will partner Lescott at the heart of the defence, with Jagielka's early season form just getting him the nod.
Leighton Baines: May be controversial with Ashley Cole available for selection, but with the way the Everton star is playing, you can't leave him out.
Cole needs a break from the limelight, and on a night when set-pieces could prove pivotal in a tight encounter in Warsaw, Baines' dead-ball delivery could be a major weapon for the Three Lions.
Aaron Lennon: With Theo Walcott still suffering the effects of his collision with San Marino goalkeeper Aldo Simoncini on Friday night, Lennon's selection is a no-brainer, and with his improved final-ball, the Tottenham winger could be the key to breaking down the Polish resistance.
Michael Carrick: The key man in Warsaw for me. His vast experience of tough away Champions League ties with Manchester United will be vital to England. Will dictate the pace of the game from just in front of the back four, and act as a calming influence on the side.
Steven Gerrard: Hodgson will look to his captain to lead by example in Poland, and be the link between defence and attack. His role may change depending on the scoreline, but he can easily adapt should he need to.
James Milner: Despite impressing against San Marino, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's willingness to attack may leave Leighton Baines exposed at times. Milner, albeit less of an attacking threat, is the safer option away from home, and will allow Baines to venture forward, without leaving gaps at the back.
Wayne Rooney: Will play a deeper attacking role, which he seems to be getting more accustomed to with each game. Will have much more defensive responsibility than on Friday, but will still retain some of the licence to thrill in this free-role.
Danny Welbeck: Between him and Jermaine Defoe for a starting berth, but with two goals on Friday night - and some excellent link-up play with his Manchester United team-mate - it makes sense to stick with this partnership, with Defoe an option to change things from the bench.
That's my team - now pick yours!