One change Southgate confirmed is that Butland will be England’s preferred goalkeeper.
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England will ring the changes for Thursday's Costa Rica friendly in Leeds with manager Gareth Southgate warning against complacency and keen to give his entire squad playing time before the World Cup.England beat Nigeria 2-1 at Wembley Saturday and will face a tricky test against fellow-qualifiers Costa Rica, who reached the quarterfinals four years ago in Brazil.One change to his side that Southgate confirmed Wednesday was that Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland will start ahead of Everton's Jordan Pickford, who has been handed the No. 1 shirt.While England's World Cup lineup has begun to take shape in Southgate's mind, he said there remained some openings for players who can make an impression.
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