Injured Tottenham striker, Harry Kane has been included in England’s squad for the UEFA Nations League Finals next month.
Having thrashed Czech Republic on Friday, England head to Montenegro looking to make it a perfect start to their UEFA EURO 2020 qualifying group.
Having booked their place in this summer’s UEFA Nations League Finals, England kick off their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying campaign against Czech Republic at Wembley Stadium.
With qualifying for UEFA EURO 2020 set to get underway, England yesterday named their squad for games against Czech Republic and Montenegro.
England meet Croatia in a winner-takes-all showdown as both sides look to top Group A4 of UEFA Nations League, with a spot in the final four at stake.
England kick off their final round of fixtures in 2018 with an international friendly against USA at Wembley Stadium.
With qualification for the UEFA Nations League still up for grabs, England have named their latest squad for the friendly against USA before facing Croatia in their final group match.
England continue their Nations League campaign as they fight to keep their League A place, visiting Spain in Seville.
Three months on from that devastating World Cup Semi-Final defeat, England have a chance to extract instant revenge on Croatia in a crunch UEFA Nations League clash at Stadion HNK, Rijeka.
Gareth Southgate has announced his latest England squad with six uncapped players amongst his selection. Could we therefore be seeing the rise of the youth?