Hodgson to keep lethal Liverpool forward but drop Leicester hero in crunch Euro 2016 clash

England manager Roy Hodgson will continue to ring the changes against Iceland on Monday night, according to the Sun.

The 66-year old was heavily criticised for his decision to drop six first-team players in the drab draw against Slovakia, which saw the Three Lions finish second in the group.

While up to five of those players are thought to be on the verge of being recalled, Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge will reportedly keep his place.

That means Leicester City hero Jamie Vardy, who has just snubbed a £20m move to Arsenal, will return to watching proceedings on the bench.

Skipper and record goalscorer Wayne Rooney will return to the starting eleven, along with Spurs sensation Dele Alli.

Jack Wilshere and Jordan Henderson will miss out after a reasonably disappointing outing against Slovakia little under a week ago, while Adam Lallana will make his fourth start in a row.

Still, that means no room for Raheem Sterling, who has been attracting major criticism for his ineffective performances.

Article title: Hodgson to keep lethal Liverpool forward but drop Leicester hero in crunch Euro 2016 clash

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