Manchester City right-back Kyle Walker has been a regular in the England squad since his debut in 2011 against Spain. Walker's searing pace has helped him to be recognised as one of the best premier league full-backs over the last decade and his transition into a back three with City and England has propelled him even further into England's much-needed defensive stability.
The 31-year-old has also been a consistent performer at the international level and is now carrying the responsibility as one of the elder players in a young squad. Walker is one of a few players in the national team who has experience lifting silverware, which will be vital for Gareth Southgate as he looks to win the World Cup in 2022, but more so, it's his versatility that gets him in the England squad.
As well as playing full-back, he is also capable of slotting into a back three on the right-hand side, making him adaptable for England’s system and Walker is 3/1 to start at the World Cup.