Gareth Southgate has named his latest England squad to take on Slovenia and Lithuania in the Three Lions final 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
England need just two points from their remaining two games to guarantee qualification to next year’s tournament in Russia.
Fabian Delph, who hasn’t been seen in an England shirt since November 2015, is recalled, as is Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Forster.
Harry Maguire and Jordan Pickford will both be looking to pick up their first England caps, having once again been included in Southgate’s squad.
The Three Lions face Slovenia at home next Thursday, before travelling to Lithuania for their match next Sunday.
The draw for the 2018 World Cup group stages will be held on Friday 1st December, with the tournament kicking off on 14 June.
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One potential unresolved issue is the inclusion of Dele Alli.
The Spurs midfielder could yet be banned for his middle finger gesture against Slovakia.
Let’s hope the lads can keep their celebrations PG if they do indeed qualify for the World Cup.