We'll have to wait until the summer of 2021 for the European Championships to take place, but who would have been in contention to start England's first game against Croatia in Group D based on performances this season?
The Three Lions would have got their tournament underway against their World Cup semi-final opponents at Wembley Stadium on June 14th, but the Covid-19 pandemic has put everything on hold. We had a look at the best rated Englishmen this term and how boss Gareth Southgate could have lined up. Here's the gallery of the starting XI (4-3-3).
The Sheffield United stopper, on loan from Manchester United, has kept 10 clean sheets in 27 appearances for the Blades this season. The 23-year-old has conceded just 22 times and has made 70 saves so far this term.
2. Trent Alexander-Arnold
The Liverpool defender faces plenty of competition for the right back role, but the 21-year-old is leading the way. He's contributed to 10 clean sheets at one end of the field and added 12 assists at the other end as the Reds marched towards the title.
3. Ben Chilwell
The Leicester City full back started England's last three Group A games in the European Championship qualifiers and helped keep a clean sheet in each of those. He's featured 23 times for the Foxes in the top flight, keeping the opposition out eight times.
4. Joe Gomez
Virgil van Dijk might get all the plaudits, but the Liverpool centre back has been a revelation for the Premier League leaders since returning to the side. In 19 appearances Gomez has played his part in 10 clean sheets and has shipped just five goals.