Gareth Southgate's side beat Croatia in their opening game of the group stages while the Auld Enemy slipped to the bottom of Group D following defeat to the Czech Republic.
And while victory would raise the profiles of each and every Englishmen in that 26-man squad, we've decided to take a look back at the best players in the nation's history.
The pick of the bunch has been collated by 90min, who ranked the top 30 players to represent the Three Lions.
We'll just focus on the headliners in our gallery below.
9. Steven Gerrard
One of the best midfielders of his generation. Gerrard captained both club and country, becoming England's fourth most capped player with 114 appearances. He scored 21 times for the Three Lions and featured in six major tournaments.
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10. Gary Lineker
Lineker's international goals-to-games ratio is one of the best for England. He's the nation's third-highest scorer having netted 48 times in 80 appearances. His six goals at the 1986 World Cup made him the first Englishman to win a Golden Boot at the tournament.
11. Alan Shearer
The Premier League's record goalscorer, who is way out in front with 260. Shearer was the Golden Boot winner at Euro '96 as his five goals helped England reach the semi-final. In total he scored 30 goals from 63 caps for the Three Lions.
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12. Sir Stanley Matthews
His nicknames included "The Wizard of the Dribble" and "The Magician". The former Blackpool man, who earned 54 caps for England while scoring 11 goals, holds the record for the oldest player to play for the Three Lions at 42 years and 104 days.