How many Three Lions stars make this England and Germany combined XI?

11 11 Right forward: Marco Reus (Germany) Right back: Kyle Walker (England) 11 11 Centre midfield: Sami Khedira (Germany) 11 Centre back: Jerome Boateng (Germany) 11 11 Centre back: Mats Hummels (Germany) 11 Centre forward: Harry Kane (England) Goalkeeper: Manuel Neuer (Germany) – click the right arrow to see the rest of the combined XI Centre midfield: Thomas Muller (Germany) 11 Centre midfield: Toni Kroos (Germany) 11 11 Left back: Danny Rose (England) England host Germany this evening as Gareth Southgate’s side start preparations for next summer’s World Cup.This is the Three Lions’ first friendly since securing their place in Russia, though a number of key players have all pulled out of the squad due to injury.The likes of Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson will not be playing against the Germans – or against Brazil, in another friendly, on Tuesday.ENGLAND V GERMANY IS LIVE ON TALKSPORT, KICK-OFF 20:00. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO FULL COMMENTARY OF THE INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLYGermany are also suffering from something of an injury crisis, with Manuel Neuer, Thomas Muller and Jerome Boateng all missing the trip to Wembley.With all these superstars out of action, the match is less ‘glamour friendly’ and more ‘I can’t be bothered to watch this friendly’.It is rather frustrating all the top class players will not feature, but how would a combined England and Germany team look if it included every star, regardless of fitness?Click the right arrow, above, to see talkSPORT’s combined England and Germany XI… Left forward: Julian Draxler (Germany)