England vs Costa Rica team news World Cup 2014: Roy Hodgson makes wholesale changes to Three Lions
Hodgson changes nine players with Frank Lamaprd set to captain the side
Roy Hodgson will make nine changes to the team that failed to get England out of Group D.
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Only Daniel Sturridge and Gary Cahill remain from the team that were beaten by Uruguay on Thursday.
Aging midfielder Frank Lampard, 36, is expected to captain the Three Lions in what will likely be his 106th and final cap in white.
The match will mark the first start in a competitive game for youngsters Ross Barkley, 20, and Luke Shaw, 18.
Jorge Luis Pinto will make two changes to the team that beat Italy and secured qualification into the knockout stages.
Arsenal's Joel Campbell, one of the players of the tournament so far, may be moved to the wing as Pinto brings in Randall Brenes for Christian Bolanos.
There is also a change in the heart of the defence with Roy Miller replacing Michael Umana, the highest capped player in the Costa Rica squad.
England: Ben Foster, Phil Jones, Gary Cahill, Chris Smalling, Luke Shaw; James Milner, Frank Lampard, Jack Wilshere; Ross Barkley, Adam Lallana, Daniel Sturridge.
Substitutes: Joe Hart, Glen Johnson, Steven Gerrard, Phil Jagielka, Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck, Jordan Henderson, Rickie Lambert, Raheem Sterling, Fraser Forster.
Costa Rica: Keylor Navas, Giancarlo Gonzalez, Celso Borges, Oscar Duarte, Joel Campbell, Bryan Ruiz, Randall Brenes, Junior Diaz, Cristian Gamboa, Yeltsin Tejeda, Roy Miller.
Substitutes: Michael Umana, Patrick Pemberton, Daniel Cambronero, Johnny Acosta, David Myrie, Waylon Francis, Christian Bolanos, Michael Barrantes, Esteban Granados, Diego Calvo, Jose Miguel Cubero, Marco Urena.
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