Skysports.com readers believe Peter Crouch should partner Wayne Rooney in England's opening World Cup tie.
Following his two goals as a second-half substitute in the 3-1 win over Egypt, a skysports.com poll shows two thirds of you believe the Spurs striker is the preferred option to start in the clash with USA on 12th June.
And bookmaker Sky Bet also make a Rooney/Crouch partnership their 13/8 favoured option for the opener in Rustenburg with a Rooney/EmileHeskey pairing a 7/4 shot.
Sky Bet's PR director Dale Tempest said: "Crouch has an incredible record of 20 England goals in 37 games and is 13/8 to start with Rooney."
But Tempest has his doubts that Fabio Capello will begin with the Spurs man.
"I know many fans think he (Crouch) should partner Rooney but the one thing that lets him down is his mobility. Heskey gets around the pitch and is a better target man so if everyone is fit I think Capello will start with Heskey."
Apart from Crouch booking his seat on the plane to South Africa, Sky Bet have also seen money for Robert Green to claim the number one jersey with his odds cut to 5/4, while David James and Joe Hart are now out to 5/2 joint second favourites.
Leighton Baines is now clear favourite to start at left-back should Ashley Cole be absent.
"We saw money for Leighton Baines 8/1 into 5/6 to make the final squad and with his selection last night that money looks well placed, but the general feeling is Cole will start if he's fit," added Tempest.
Sky Bet are also offering odds on how England's defence will line-up against the USA with Wes Brown, John Terry, Rio Ferdinand and Ashley Cole most likely to start at 5/2.
You can also bet on England's midfield line-up and the bookmaker go 10/3 that it consists of Gareth Barry, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Aaron Lennon.
Dale's starting XI v USA: James, Johnson, Ferdinand, Terry, Cole, Gerrard, Lampard, Barry, Lennon, Heskey, Rooney
Dale's World Cup squad: James, Hart, Green, Johnson, Ferdinand, Terry, A Cole, Upson, Lescott, Baines, Brown, Gerrard, Lampard, Barry, Lennon, Wright-Phillips, Beckham, Milner, Heskey, Rooney, Crouch, Defoe, C Cole
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Should Peter Crouch start for England in the World Cup?