Gareth Southgate will name his squad to face Australia and Italy on Thursday - but which players would you select?
The Three Lions face Australia in a friendly at Wembley on October 13 before hosting Italy four days later in a Euro 2024 qualifier.
Southgate selected Harry Maguire in his most recent squad to face Ukraine and Scotland last month - despite the centre-back failing to start a league game for Manchester United this season - and hit back at critics after the defender scored an unfortunate own goal against the Scots.
The England boss also stuck with Jordan Henderson after the 33-year-old completed a transfer from Liverpool to Saudi Pro League side Al Ettifaq and handed debut senior call-ups to Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah and Chelsea defender Levi Colwill.
Numerous players with limited international experience have staked claims for inclusion after being overlooked in September, including the likes of Jarrod Bowen, Ollie Watkins and James Ward-Prowse.
England favourite Raheem Sterling was also omitted last month, with Southgate revealing the Chelsea forward was not "particularly happy about it". Newcastle goalkeeper Nick Pope also lost his place with Crystal Palace stopper Sam Johnstone getting the nod with regulars Jordan Pickford and Aaron Ramsdale.
Ben Chilwell and Luke Shaw are sidelined with injuries, while there are fitness doubts over Eberechi Eze and Bukayo Saka - with the latter limping off during the Gunners' 2-1 defeat to Lens on Tuesday.
Trent Alexander-Arnold is fit again for selection after being listed in the previous squad as a midfielder before withdrawing through injury, while Manchester City centre-back and England regular John Stones has also returned to training.
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