Gareth Southgate will be hoping England brush aside Lithuania
England have reverted to a familiar system with a flat four at the back, despite Gareth Southgate experimenting with three centre-backs against Germany.
Sunderland star Jermain Defoe has been rewarded with a start after his fine form for the Black Cats this season.
And Burnley's Michael Keane keeps his place at the back after an assured performance in the 1-0 defeat to Germany on Wednesday night.
Torino loanee Joe Hart remains in goal, with Tottenham’s Kyle Walker, Eric Dier and Dele Alli all keeping their places in the XI.
Walker lines up in defence alongside Manchester City’s John Stones, Southampton’s Ryan Bertrand and Clarets ace Keane.
Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain gets a nod on the wing, with Adam Lallana (Liverpool) and Raheem Sterling (City) completing the starting lineup.
England line-up confirmed to face Lithuania revealed
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Southgate said: "It's not certain we will play the same way. It depends on the opposition and how we think we can hurt them.
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"We have got the flexibility to play a number of different ways and it's important our players feel able to do that.
"We have to be adaptable as we go through the next 18 months. We need to be able to change quickly within games as well as at the start of games. It's a key skill for us to develop."
Michael Keane has kept his place in the starting XI
England v Lithuania lineups
England Team: Hart, Walker, Stones, Keane, Bertrand, Dier, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Sterling, Alli, Lallana, Defoe
Subs: Clyne, Forster, Shaw, Gibson, Livermore, Ward-Prowse, Barkley, Vardy, Rashford, Lingard, Redmond, Heaton.
Lithuania Team: Setkus, Vaitkunas, Kijanskas, Klimavicius, Slavickas, Kuklys, Zulpa, Novikovas, Slivka, Cernych, Valskis.