England manager Roy Hodgson has made three changes to his starting XI for this evening's European Championship qualifier against Estonia, with Adam Lallana, Fabian Delph and Leighton Baines earning recalls.
Lallana replaces Liverpool colleague Raheem Sterling after an impressive second-half display against San Marino, at the top of a midfield diamond which now looks very much like a system the Three Lions will use for the long-term under Hodgson.
Triple change for Tallin test
Delph's energy and tough-tackling are preferred as the shield in that new-look midfield, with the Aston Villa man replacing the rather unfortunate James Milner.
Kieran Gibbs can also count himself unlucky to be replaced for the trip to Tallin by Leighton Baines, but there is still a strong Arsenal spine to the side as Calum Chambers, Jack Wilshere and Danny Welbeck all keep their places.
Welbeck will once again be partnered in attack by captain Wayne Rooney, who earns his 99th cap as he closes in on a whole host of personal milestones.
Rooney is just seven goals behind Sir Bobby Charlton's record haul of 49 for his country and the Estonia clash should represent a strong chance to close that gap once more.
Hodgson is clearly looking for continuity in terms of performance in a relatively weak qualifying group, but with plenty of quality in midfield and a pair of in-form strikers nothing less than a comfortable victory will do for an England side quietly building some much-needed momentum.
England starting XI: Hart, Chambers, Jagielka, Cahill, Baines, Wilshere, Henderson Delph, Lallana, Rooney, Welbeck
Estonia starting XI: Pareiko, Morozov, Klavan, Jääger, Mets, Pikk, Vunk, Vassiljev, Antonov, Anier, Zenjov