England boss Roy Hodgson is expected to recall captain Wayne Rooney, and the Tottenham quartet of Dele Alli, Harry Kane, Danny Rose and Kyle Walker to his side to face Iceland on Monday night.
If Rooney does play, it will be his 115th cap which would equal David Beckham's record for most games by an outfield player for England. He scored a brace against Iceland in his only previous game against them back in June 2004.
Iceland were the only team, along with Spain, to start with the same line-up in all three of their group games.
Alfred Finnbogason will be back on the bench after missing the win against Austria through suspension.
Can England win the Euros? Roy Hodgson's side are now 10/1 to lift the trophy.
France (7/2) and Germany (100/30) are the favourites to be crowned champions in the Stade de France on July 10.
Belgium 9/2, Portugal 13/2, Spain 13/2, England 10/1, Italy 20/1, Poland 20/1, Wales 25/1, Iceland 100/1.
Italy 16/5 - Draw 2/1 - Spain 21/20
England 1/2 - Draw 3/1 - Iceland 7/1
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