England Vs Slovenia Starting Lineup Today – June 25, 2024

England will face Slovenia in Group C of Euro 2024 on June 25, with the match kicking off at 21:00 Germany local time.

Match Intro: The two teams last met seven years ago during the Europe Qualification Group F, where England emerged victorious with a 1-0 win. England heads into this match following a draw against Denmark last Thursday in Group C.

Slovenia, on the other hand, enters the fixture after three consecutive draws against Serbia, Denmark, and Bulgaria, extending their unbeaten streak to eight matches. However, Slovenia has been struggling defensively, having conceded goals in their last four matches, adding psychological pressure on the team.


England Vs Slovenia Starting Lineup and Live Score Updates

We are updating team formations and line-ups for the England vs. Slovenia match in real-time. The teams’ starting line-ups are yet to be announced.


England Possible Starting Lineup

For England, the recent match featured the following starting players:

    1. Jordan Pickford
    2. Kieran Trippier
    3. Marc Guehi
    4. John Stones
    5. Kyle Walker
    6. Declan Rice
    7. Trent Alexander-Arnold
    8. Phil Foden
    9. Jude Bellingham
    10. Bukayo Saka
    11. Harry Kane


Slovenia Possible Starting Lineup

For Slovenia, the recent match started with these players:

    1. Jan Oblak
    2. Erik Janza
    3. Jaka Bijol
    4. Vanja Drkusic
    5. Zan Karnicnik
    6. Jan Mlakar
    7. Timi Elsnik
    8. Adam Gnezda Cerin
    9. Petar Stojanovic
    10. Benjamin Sesko
    11. Andraz Sporar


Key Players Ahead of the Match Between England and Slovenia


  1. Harry Kane
    • Position: Striker
    • Club: Tottenham Hotspur
    • Profile: As the captain of the England national team, Kane is the focal point of their attack. Renowned for his exceptional finishing, positioning, and ability to create chances, he is a constant threat to any defense. His leadership and experience are invaluable to the team.
  2. Jude Bellingham
    • Position: Midfielder
    • Club: Real Madrid
    • Profile: Bellingham is a young, dynamic midfielder known for his versatility, dribbling skills, and vision. His ability to transition from defense to attack and create scoring opportunities makes him a key player for England.
  3. Declan Rice
    • Position: Defensive Midfielder
    • Club: Arsenal
    • Profile: A stalwart in midfield, Rice excels in breaking up opposition play and providing a solid shield for the defense. His passing ability and composure on the ball are crucial for England’s build-up play.
  4. Bukayo Saka
    • Position: Winger
    • Club: Arsenal
    • Profile: Known for his pace, creativity, and technical skills, Saka is a constant threat on the flanks. His ability to deliver precise crosses and cut inside to take shots makes him a versatile asset in attack.


  1. Jan Oblak
    • Position: Goalkeeper
    • Club: Atlético Madrid
    • Profile: Widely regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in the world, Oblak’s shot-stopping ability, command of the box, and leadership from the back are vital for Slovenia’s defense.
  2. Benjamin Sesko
    • Position: Striker
    • Club: RB Leipzig
    • Profile: A rising star, Sesko is known for his physical presence, aerial ability, and knack for scoring goals. His performances in attack are crucial for Slovenia’s chances of breaking down defenses.
  3. Jaka Bijol
    • Position: Defender
    • Club: Udinese
    • Profile: A solid defender, Bijol is known for his tackling, aerial prowess, and ability to read the game. His defensive skills are crucial in keeping opposing attackers at bay.
  4. Josip Iličić
    • Position: Midfielder/Forward
    • Club: Maribor
    • Profile: A versatile player who can operate both as a midfielder and forward, Iličić is known for his creativity, vision, and ability to score from distance. His experience and technical skills are key to Slovenia’s attacking play.

These players are expected to have a significant impact on the outcome of the match, bringing their skills and experience to the forefront in what promises to be an exciting contest.


Head-to-head Analysis: England Vs Slovenia

England and Slovenia have met 4 times since November 2014. England has won 3 times, while 1 match ended in a draw. The most recent match between them took place on October 5, 2017, during the Europe Qualification Group F for the World Cup, where England won 1-0. England has scored a total of 7 goals in these 4 head-to-head matches, while Slovenia has scored 3. Overall, England has a better head-to-head record against Slovenia in their recent history.

Date Competition Home Team Score Away Team
Oct 5, 2017 Europe Qualification, Group F England 1 – 0 Slovenia
Oct 11, 2016 Europe Qualification, Group F Slovenia 0 – 0 England
Jun 14, 2015 QR, Group E Slovenia 2 – 3 England
Nov 15, 2014 QR, Group E England 3 – 1 Slovenia


Current Season Performance:


  • England has won 1 of their 2 matches in Group C, drawing 1 and having 0 defeats this season.
  • They have scored 2 goals (1.00 per match) and conceded 1 goal (0.50 per match).


  • Slovenia has not won any of their 2 matches in Group C, drawing 2 and having 0 defeats this season.
  • They have scored 2 goals (1.00 per match) and conceded 2 goals (1.00 per match).


Recent Form Analysis: England Vs Slovenia

England played to a draw with Denmark in their previous match, while Slovenia are on a streak of draws, having drawn against Serbia, Denmark, and Bulgaria in their last three matches.

Overall, in their last 20 matches:

  • England: Won 11, Lost 4, Drew 5
  • Slovenia: Won 11, Lost 2, Drew 7

England’s Recent Matches:

  • Won:
    • 0-1 against Serbia (16th June)
    • 3-0 against Bosnia and Herzegovina (3rd June)
  • Lost:
    • 0-1 against Iceland (7th June)
    • 0-1 against Brazil (23rd March)
  • Drew:
    • 1-1 against Denmark (20th June)
    • 2-2 against Belgium (26th March)

Slovenia’s Recent Matches:

  • Won:
    • 2-1 against Armenia (4th June)
    • 2-0 against Portugal (26th March)
  • Drew:
    • 1-1 against Serbia (20th June)
    • 1-1 against Denmark (16th June)
    • 1-1 against Bulgaria (8th June)
    • 2-2 against Malta (21st March)


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