Ask The Independent’s chief football writer anything about the Three Lions

Harry Kane of England celebrates after scoring against Albania


England have started on the road to Qatar 2022 with World Cup qualification though Euro 2020 remains the immediate focus with the start of the tournament now just a matter of months away.

With no shortage of talking points right now, who better than our chief football writer Miguel Delaney to discuss the complexities surrounding the Three Lions at 12pm (GMT) on Thursday the day after the final qualifier of this international break against Poland.

Here is your chance to pick the brains of Miguel concerning the preparation for Euro 2020, World Cup 2022 qualification and anything else that comes to mind – all you have to do is register with The Independent and leave a comment below this article with your question.

It’s been a productive international break for Gareth Southgate, who has shuffled the pack nicely to showcase the talented options at his disposal.

And while he admitted to knowing the XI for that first game of the European Championships this summer against Croatia in group D on 13 June, many are still unsure over several players and the system that will be deployed.

There has been success for debutants Ollie Watkins, who struck on debut against San Marino, while Chelsea’s Mason Mount continues to develop impressively, with a fine goal in the win over Albania.

Southgate’s main conundrum revolves around the midfield, with the right combination likely crucial to the Three Lions’ success this summer and beyond.

He has made no secret of his admiration for Jude Bellingham, who has been a revelation at Borussia Dortmund, which Declan Rice is flourishing at West Ham, though the return of Jordan Henderson from injury would be a welcomed addition.

Register with The Independent and leave your question for Miguel in the comments section and he will answer it live on Thursday:


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