England reverted to the same starting XI which started the World Cup as they take on Colombia for a place in the World Cup quarter-finals (7pm).

That meant Dele Alli returning in place of Ruben Loftus-Cheek in midfield, the Tottenham man having missed the last two games due to a thigh injury.

None of the eight players drafted in for the defeat by Belgium held their spot, with Ashley Young keeping Danny Rose out at left wing-back and Raheem Sterling preferred to Marcus Rashford as Harry Kane's partner up front.

England: Pickford, Walker, Stones, Maguire, Trippier, Young, Henderson, Alli, Lingard, Sterling, Kane.

Key playmaker James Rodriguez was not even named among the substitutes for Colombia, having seemingly lost his fitness battle.

The 2014 Golden Boot winner injured his calf in the first half against Senegal and, despite missing training on the eve of the match, was given until the last moment to make the team.

Instead, the Real Madrid man's place went to Levante's Jefferson Lerma at Moscow's Spartak Stadium.