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England face Colombia in Sydney in their World Cup quarter-final just three wins away from making history.

But Sarina Wiegman and her side know they will need to play far better than they did against Nigeria in the last 16, where they only scraped through on a penalty shootout after struggling for the majority of the game. The Lionesses had to battle on after Lauren James ‘ red card and will now have to cope without the Chelsea star for a full game.

A Colombian side full of talent – including playmaker Catalina Usme and wonderkid Linda Caicedo – and backed by raucous support will be difficult to overcome. And Wiegman also has the issue of selecting another fresh starting XI, having not picked the same team for consecutive matches in this tournament.

And this is her most difficult selection to predict so far. James’ enforced absence opens the fundamental question of whether she sticks with the 3-4-1-2 system that was introduced for the 6-1 win over China.

This featured James drifting between the lines in almost a free role, trying to get the ball in front of the opposition defence and use her pace and power to drive England forward. Against China it worked superbly with James producing a five-star performance.

But against Nigeria she was superbly marked out of the game by Halimatu Ayinde. Wiegman may well have tweaked her system anyway, however if she choses to stick then Ella Toone may be asked to play the no.10 role.

Toone is a very different player to James, but her runs from deep could provide an extra threat in the box, something England have lacked in every game bar the China victory. Toone didn’t make much of an impact in either of the first two games when starting and has since been benched.

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The question now is, if given a second chance, will she take it? But England didn’t play well against Nigeria and defensively were exposed horribly down the flanks when Lucy Bronze and Rachel Daly went forward.

A more solid option could be to revert to the 4-3-3 that Wiegman started the tournament with. But with Toone out of form, Katie Zelem could be a solid option to sit deep with Keira Walsh, providing the latter is fit.

This would allow Georgia Stanway to push forward and threaten the box, also freeing her from too many defensive responsibilities. The Bayern Munich midfielder is still one yellow card away from missing the semi-final, should England get there, and the last thing Wiegman needs is another key player suspended.

Could Chloe Kelly (left) return to the starting line-up against Colombia?

Changing to this formation would also offer the chance for Chloe Kelly to return to the starting XI. Kelly is a player full of confidence after scoring the winning penalty against Nigeria and getting a goal against China.

She in turn would also provide greater protection for Bronze, who like Stanway is one yellow card away from a one-match ban. Extra protection for Bronze is even more crucial if finds herself up against the in-form Linda Caicedo.

Personally I’m not a massive fan of Rachel Daly at left-back, but I can’t see Wiegman moving her further forward again now, despite her WSL Golden Boot crown. With Alex Greenwood and Millie Bright England’s best two players against Nigeria, perhaps alongside Mary Earps, that means Jess Carter could be the one to drop down to the bench.

England’s midfielder Katie Zelem warms up
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It would be a little harsh on the Chelsea utility defender, who has been a dependable performer in recent months, but she could offer some much needed freshness from the bench if England have a lead to protect late in the game. Equally, if the Lionesses are chasing the tie, the likes of Beth England and Toone offer strong attacking options from the substitutes.

It’s a tough call but the team below could be the side to lead the Lionesses back to a World Cup semi-final.

Jack Lacey-Hatton’s England team to face Colombia (4-3-3): Mary Earps, Lucy Bronze, Millie Bright, Alex Greenwood, Rachel Daly, Katie Zelem, Keira Walsh, Georgia Stanway, Chloe Kelly, Lauren Hemp, Alessia Russo.

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