Kyle Walker - Tottenham Hotspur
Spurs starlet Walker will be one of the old men of the troop at 32-years-old but will still have enough about him to warrant being first choice right-back for England.
John Stones - Everton
Roberto Martinez called Stones of the best prospects in the country and will be a shoo in for the plane to Qatar providing cover at right-back and centre-half, though the former Barnsley player will be hoping to go one better.
Phil Jones - Manchester United
Captain and first choice centre-half, Jones will lead the boys out in Qatar having firmly established himself at the heart of England’s defence.
Chris Smalling - Msanchester United
Manchester United teammate Smalling will be hoping to join Jones for club and country as his central defensive partner.
Steven Caulker -Cardiff City
New Cardiff recruit Caulker probably won’t still be with the South Wales club in 2022 but he’ll definitely be part of the England World Cup squad and is favourite to partner Jones at centre-half.
Nathaniel Chalobah - Chelsea
Chelsea prospect Chalobah will be another vying to partner Jones at the heart of England’s defence and gives the added option of playing in midfield.
Luke Shaw - Southampton
Another sure fire starter Southampton’s Shaw should have well and truly found his feet in the England side by the time Qatar rolls round at the age of 27.
Kieran Gibbs - Arsenal
Arsenal left back Gibbs will be 32 and will have significantly added to the two senior caps he’s picked up to date. Another experienced head, Gibbs will be a key figure in the dressing room.