England have officially named their squad ahead of World Cup qualifiers which is scheduled to take place in the coming week, MySportDab reports.
The Euro2020 finalist will be taking their World Cup qualifiers as they look to make it to the biggest stages in football Worldwide.
Some names like Ben Chilwell and others have been left out of England’s latest squad announcement which was done today by Southgate.
Meanwhile, Jesse Lingard who didn’t make the list for Euro2020 is back on the team as he will be looking to add more caps for the three lions.
Patrick Bamford will finally be looking to make his debut after being ignored for so long despite his goal scoring performance in the English Premier League.
England will be taking on Hungary on the 2nd of September before they face Andorra and Poland as the qualifiers progressed until end of international break.
SEE THE FULL LIST OF PLAYERS INVITED
Sam Johnstone, Jordan Pickford, Nick Pope (Goalkeepers).
Trent Alexander Arnold, Conor Coady, Harry Maguire, John Stones, Kyle Walker, Tyron Mings, Kieran Trippier, Luke Shaw, Reece James (Defenders).
Mason Mount, Jude Bellingham, Jordan Henderson, Jesse Lingard, Kalvin Philips, Declan Rice (Midfielders).
Dominic Calvert Lewin, Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, Patrick Bamford, Bukayo Saka, Jadon Sancho (Strikers).
England is coming off their disappointing European Championship which saw them finished second as they lost to Italy in the final via penalties.
They will be looking to put that behind as the World Cup qualifiers will be their next mountain climb if they have any chances of proving they are the best.
Qualifying and winning the World Cup is something they will be looking forward to as the International break opens in the coming days.
Their clash against Poland will be the biggest amongst all the games they have to play during the break which includes Andorra and Hungary.