Gareth Southgate is set to stick with his heroes for England’s historic World Cup semi-final.
Southgate plans to name an unchanged line-up for the game against Croatia in Moscow on Wednesday night.
Jordan Henderson, Jordan Pickford and Harry Kane have all been passed fit, and the manager is backing Raheem Sterling despite his torrid time in front of goal.
England are on the brink of a first World Cup final for 52 years, and all 23 players trained on Monday.
It is the same starting XI which has already beaten Colombia and Sweden in the knockout stages here to reach the final four.
There has been a doubt over Dele Alli’s form and fitness, but Southgate is keen to stick with a winning line-up.
Kane was shattered after Saturday’s win over Sweden and the manager admits his six-goal tournament top scorer’s tiredness is a concern.
Keeper Pickford hurt a thumb smashing the ground in frustration during the quarter-final but there is no issue. Midfield workhorse Henderson has overcome a hamstring strain.
Croatia were missing three key players at Monday training.
Goalkeeper Danijel Subasic, right-back Sime Vrsaljko and Liverpool centre-back Dejan Lovren all sat out the sessionat the Luzhniki Stadium training complex.
Subasic suffered a tight hamstring towards the end of the quarter-final win over hosts Russia and was unable to take goal-kicks before the tie went to penalties.
The Monaco keeper is understood to have only missed training as a precaution, so as not to aggravate his problematic hamstring.
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Lovren’s unspecified injury is not thought to be serious enough to keep him out of the semi-final.
There is a major doubt over the participation of Vrsaljko, who hobbled off with a knee injury in extra-time during the quarter-final win over Russia in Sochi.
If he does not make it, coach Zlatko Dalic could bring former Tottenham man Vedran Corluka into central defence and slide Domagoj Vida out to right-back.