FIFA World Cup 2018™: England's 3-5-2
England qualified for the 2018 World Cup comfortably, emerging from UEFA Group F without losing a single game. They won eight and drew two of their 10 fixtures, conceding just three goals along the way. But with a place at this summer’s finals sealed, Gareth Southgate immediately changed tactics for friendlies against Brazil, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands, doing away with the previously favoured 4-2-3-1 to implement a 3-5-2 system. Given the modification proved reasonably successful, this will probably be England’s shape going into the tournament in Russia.
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