After winning the first four games in their group so far, England will face the Czech Republic and Bulgaria next in their attempt to qualify for Euro 2020.
Gareth Southgate revealed his squad for the two matches, and there was plenty of representation from Chelsea. There were no less than four Blues players included, which was the most of any team.
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Whilst it is unclear whether they will all get playing time across the two fixtures, there is a possibility they could all feature. Here, we saw how the Three Lions would line up if they were all in the starting XI.
Going up the pitch, the first of Frank Lampard’s men is Fikayo Tomori. The 21-year-old has been called up to the squad for the first time following his impressive start to the season which has seen him play 90 minutes in seven matches already. Comfortable on the ball, with a passing accuracy of 86.8% in the Premier League so far this campaign, he would slot in nicely alongside Harry Maguire in the heart of the defence.
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Next up is Ross Barkley. As the most experienced of the Chelsea inclusions, he has the best chance of actually starting, having been named in the XI in six of England’s last seven matches. He is likely to play alongside Jordan Henderson, who has 53 caps for his country to date.
Mason Mount made his first two appearances for the Three Lions in the last round of internationals and has done enough in between to warrant another selection. He can play in either an attacking midfield or central midfield role so even though he is placed more advanced here, he could just as well be asked to drop further back.
Harry Kane is the team captain, so is likely to start, but in unforeseeable circumstances, he may be unavailable. As such, Tammy Abraham could be given the nod. There has been plenty of talk about his Nigerian eligibility, but it now seems he will appear for his country of birth. With Mount just behind him, the two could continue their partnership at club level, and playing in the same team week-in week-out would only be a positive for Southgate and co.
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