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.
5. Gordon Banks
Considered to be one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time. Banks won 73 caps for his country and started every game as England lifted the Jules Rimet Trophy in 1966. He'll be fondly remembered for THAT save from Pele during the 1970 World Cup in Mexico.
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6. Sir Geoff Hurst
What can you say about this man, that hasn't already been said? Hurst replaced an injured Jimmy Greaves in the 1966 World Cup final and went on to spearhead the nation's finest sporting moment when scoring a hat-trick against West Germany.
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7. David Beckham
Mr "Golden Balls" himself comes in at number six. You won't see many in an England shirt with the ability to execute a cross, pass or set-piece quite like Becks. The ex-England skipper, who scored a decisive free kick against Greece in 2001, played 115 times for his country.
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8. Jimmy Greaves
Greaves, who missed England's World Cup final against West Germany in 1966 through injury, scored SIX hat-tricks for the Three Lions. His goalscoring record was phenomenal as he racked up 44 goals in 57 caps for his country.
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