7 – Danny Drinkwater
Drinkwater recently rejected a call up to the squad for friendlies against Germany and Brazil after feeling he wasn’t ready to play at that level just yet. Since his deadline day move to Chelsea, Drinkwater has overcome a thigh problem, although has only started 2 games, only completing the full game against Newcastle at the weekend. While at Leicester, Drinkwater may well have been worthy of a place in the squad, but in a stronger team at Chelsea, Drinkwater may struggle to establish himself as a first choice midfielder. Drinkwater however does have the ability to produce a range of passes and works tirelessly in the middle of the pitch to win the ball back for his team. His eye for starting a quick counter attack may come in useful against teams who will dominate the game, especially if linking up with his old teammate, Jamie Vardy.