England v Colombia at World Cup 2018: Who made your Three Lions starting XI?

Harry Kane in training with England team-mates
Harry Kane is the leading scorer at the World Cup with five goals

England v Colombia (19:00 BST, Tuesday 3 July)

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It is England's "biggest knockout game for a decade" according to manager Gareth Southgate, so who would you want in your starting XI against Colombia?

We asked you to pick the team you would like to see lining up in the World Cup last-16 tie on Tuesday - and the results are in.

Like Southgate, you opted overwhelmingly for a 3-5-2 formation.

The England boss is expected to revert to the side which faced Tunisia in their first game of the tournament, and you agree with him. Well, almost.

Southgate is likely to select Raheem Sterling up front, but you went for Marcus Rashford alongside Harry Kane in attack.

And the other difference comes at left wing-back. Ashley Young is favourite to start but BBC Sport readers chose Danny Rose - just - in that position.

Here's how England would be lining up if selection was in your hands...

Graphic showing the England XI you selected to face Colombia: Pickford, Tripper, Rose, Walker, Stones, Maguire, Henderson, Alli, Lingard, Kane, Rashford

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