The Manchester City playmaker forced his way into the starting XI last Tuesday as England lacked creativity against the USA.
But even though he grabbed the second goal which helped seal the victory and top spot in Group B, it is not enough to keep him in the team.
However, Marcus Rashford, Jordan Henderson and Kyle Walker all look on course to keep their places after also impressing.
Rashford scored two to go level in the race for the Golden Boot.
He is expected to begin the match on the right wing, where he has been so effective at the World Cup so far.
And Raheem Sterling could be recalled on the left – although other reports suggest Bukayo Saka may get the nod.
Declan Rice and Henderson will provide the solid double pivot in midfield with Jude Bellingham given a free role just in front.
The back five will remain unchanged, too.
That will see Jordan Pickford in goal with Walker, John Stones, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw.
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Ben White returned home due to personal reasons this week and is not expected to head back to Qatar.
James Maddison, Conor Gallagher and Conor Coady are the only other outfield Three Lions players yet to see a minute of action so far.
England’s clash with Senegal kicks off at 7pm and is live on ITV1 – with France or Poland waiting in the quarter-final.