Kane, Vardy, Sturridge, Rooney, Rashford – who should start in attack for England?

The Three Lions moved into pole position in Group B thanks to goals from Jamie Vardy and Daniel Sturridge but who should lead the line against Slovakia on Monday?

England face Slovakia on Monday knowing that a win will guarantee them top spot in Euro 2016 Group B and the potential for a favourable draw for the last 16.

The Three Lions, despite dominating possession, got off to a frustrating start in France after being held by Russia in their opening game, with Vasili Berezutskiy's headed goal denying Roy Hodgson's side late on.

Goals from Jamie Vardy and Daniel Sturridge ensured England recovered to beat Wales, however, with the Liverpool striker netting in the dying moments to move the Three Lions to the top of the group.

Hodgson has something of a conundrum over his choice of strikers for the final group meeting with Slovakia, though, with Harry Kane having struggled to make an impact having started the first two games.

So should the 68-year-old now turn to the heroes from the Wales clash or will he continue with the Tottenham forward, who topped the Premier League scoring charts with 25 goals in the 2015-16 campaign.

What of Wayne Rooney? The skipper has adjusted well to his new role in central midfield but would surely feel his best position remains at the point of the attack.

And Marcus Rashford is another option, with the Manchester United striker having come off the bench against Wales to become England's youngest ever player at a European Championship finals.

So what do YOU think? Who should lead the line against Slovakia and potentially for the rest of the tournament? Have your say by voting in our poll below!