In the midst of a nail biting finale to England’s World Cup qualification progress, the Three Lions go into tonight’s final group game with Poland knowing there is no room for error.
Win and Roy Hodgson’s side will guarantee an automatic place in next years’ finals in Brazil. Perhaps a little premature in looking ahead to next summer already, Transfer Tavern readers have been asked to select who should be Roy’s first choice on the right wing.
With Tottenham’s Andros Townsend more than staking his claim on Friday night against Montenegro after a goal scoring appearance in which he shone on his full debut, optimistic Spurs fans are poking fun at the fact that Arsenal’s Theo Walcott was powerless as he remained sidelined, appearing in the ITV studio for the live television coverage while his Spurs counterpart shone in the position he has nailed down over the last few years.
But it is not simply a case of Walcott or Townsend with lots of action set to take place between now and next summer.
Fellow right wingers and players capable in that position such as Aaron Lennon of Tottenham, Raheem Sterling of Liverpool, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain of Arsenal and Ashley Young of Manchester United also make up our latest bar poll.
So the choice is down to you. Get involved and cast your vote today.
To register your all important vote, simply visit the Transfer Tavern’s home page, scroll to the bottom right hand corner, click in the circle of the right winger you are selecting as the one who England should be utilising as a first choice and hit vote!
Voting will close at 09:00 on Monday 21st October.