Top 8 England best centre-forward options

Starlyon King
By Starlyon King
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Top 8 England best centre-forward options
Harry Kane in England jersey

SportPremi looks at the Top 8 England centre-forward options available to the current head coach, Gareth Southgate.

Top 8 England’s best centre-forward Options

8. Callum Wilson (Newcastle United)

Callum Wilson

The 31-year-old centre forward has been disrupted by injury, most recently with an Achilles problem that made him miss four months of last season.
Injuries have plagued Callum Wilson’s career, yet his standout performances for Newcastle this season have not gone unnoticed.

7. Patrick Bamford (Leeds United)

Patrick Bamford
Patrick Bamford

English professional footballer who plays as a striker for EFL Championship side Leeds United and the England national team.

Bamford’s unfortunate string of injuries has led to his absence from England’s selection. While his goal-scoring form for Leeds United has dipped recently, a resurgence in his performance could quickly catch Gareth Southgate’s attention once more.

6. Danny Ings (West Ham United)

Danny Ings
Danny Ings

Danny Ings is a 31-year-old English professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club West Ham United and the England national team.

While Danny Ings might not currently be in Gareth Southgate’s plans, unforeseen injuries could easily alter that situation. Considering his good contributions to West Ham, he could become a valuable asset for his national team under such circumstances.

5. Ivan Toney (Brantford)

Ivan Toney
Ivan Toney

Ivan Toney plays for Premier League club Brentford.

Ivan Toney has solidified his status as one of the Premier League’s standout strikers last season, boasting a goal tally that’s only behind the likes of Erling Haaland and Harry Kane.

4. Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa)

Ollie Watkins
Ollie Watkins

Twenty-seven-year-old Oliver Watkins is an English footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Aston Villa and the England national team.

3. Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton)

Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Dominic Calvert-Lewin

Everton forward had a promising shot at being selected by Southgate for the 2022 World Cup. Unfortunately, injuries disrupted his chance to build a consistently impressive form. However, once he regains fitness, he’s likely to make a strong return to the squad.

2. Tammy Abraham (Roma)

Tammy Abraham
Tammy Abraham

Frustrated by limited chances under Chelsea’s Thomas Tuchel, Tammy Abraham made a bold move to AS Roma. In his first season, he scored 27 goals, cementing his status as a top European striker. Despite an injury, he remains one of England’s best centre forwards.

1. Harry Kane (Bayern Munich)

Harry Kane Top 8 England best centre-forward options
Harry Kane

Harry Kane is the current England captain, and he has solidified his place as England’s all-time leading goal scorer by overtaking Rooney’s record. If he maintains his fitness at his new club, Bayern Munich, we can expect him to continue piling up goals in impressive fashion.

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I'm Kingsley Neji, popularly known as Starlyon King, CEO of SportPremi and UnicrossBlog. I'm a sports journalist delivering data-driven reports and analysis.
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