There are just hours to go before Roy Hodgson names his England squad for the World Cup finals and players will be anxiously waiting to discover if they will be going to Brazil. But who would you pick?
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Why I Love the World Cup - Wilkins
Ray Wilkins tells Sky Sports Why he Loves the World Cup.
Could this World Cup be the start of an exciting new era for the England team? From the likes of Ross Barkley to Raheem Sterling, Roy Hodgson has an abundance of young, exciting talent from which to choose as he prepares to name his squad on Monday afternoon.
But will the England boss be brave and pick young players for this summer? The Sunday Supplement panel hope so and believe England can be exciting to watch in Brazil.
One to watch
No.31 - Thibaut Courtois
Having spent three years on loan at Atletico Madrid it may come as a surprise to some to find out Courtois is still a Chelsea player. In his time at the Vicente Calderon he has gone from a promising young goalkeeper to being thought of as one of the best.
Who to follow
No.31 - @GNev2
Not only a great Sky Sports pundit but he's also not too shabby with his twitter account either. Is not afraid to say what is on his mind and the added bonus is he is part of the England set-up, so we may be able to get some great inside access.
World Cup greats
No.31 - Paul Gascoigne
In England's best World Cup campaign since victory in 1966, Gazza was one of the stars. So when a booking in extra-time of the 1990 semi-final ruled him out of the final, should England have made it, the tears that followed were entirely understandable.