Arsenal playmaker, Emile Smith-Rowe could his first England start when the Three Lions lock horns with San Siro in the World Cup qualifiers match at the San Marino Stadium tonight.
The Englishman who came off the bench to made his international debut in Friday’s England 5-0 win over Albania, expect to hand his first international start tonight.
Ahead of tonight clash Gareth Southgate has confirmed that he will rotate his side for the trip to San Marino, while Jordan Henderson, Jack Grealish, Raheem Sterling, Mason Mount and Luke Shaw have withdrawn from England’s squad.
Conor Gallagher has received his first international call-up while in-form Aaron Ramsdale is to replace Jordan Pickford in goal.
Trent Alexander-Arnold could come into right-back if Southgate switches systems to 4-3-3. Conor Coady and Tyrone Mings are set to be England’s centre-back pair, with Ben Chilwell keeping his place due the absence of Shaw.
In middle of the park, Kalvin Phillips could be joined by Jude Bellingham and Smith Rowe, while Bukayo Saka is set to start on the right wing with Phil Foden switching to the left.
Kane will be keen to add to his international tally, but Tammy Abraham is expected to be given another shot up front after coming on against Albania on Friday.
England: Ramsdale; Alexander-Arnold, Coady, Mings, Chilwell; Phillips, Bellingham, Foden; Saka, Kane, Smith Rowe
When is San Marino vs England?
The match will kick off at 8:45pm GMT on Monday 15 November at the San Marino Stadium.
How can I watch it?
It will be shown live on ITV 1, with coverage starting from 7pm GMT. It will also be available to stream live on the ITV Hub