England will play their final Euro 2024 qualifier this evening as they take on North Macedonia, live on talkSPORT.
The Three Lions had already secured their place at the tournament ahead of this international break, claiming top spot in Group C.
Gareth Southgate’s side beat Malta 2-0 at Wembley last week, however, their performance was not as smooth sailing as expected.
And now they head to Macedonia without multiple key players, aiming to complete an unbeaten qualifying campaign.
England have seen seven players pull out of the squad this international break.
West Ham star Jarrod Bowen became the latest player to leave the team after picking up an injury in training.
That news came only hours after Kieran Trippier’s withdrawal due to a personal matter.
Jude Bellingham, James Maddison, Lewis Dunk, Callum Wilson and Levi Colwill had also already pulled out at the start of the camp.
Bowen was an unused substitute as the Three Lions took on Malta last time out.
Unfortunately, he will be heading home without picking up a cap, and England will miss the in-form winger.
Marcus Rashford remains with the England squad despite picking up a knock against Malta.
The Man United forward was substituted after a collision with Trent Alexander-Arnold but the injury doesn’t seem to be serious.
Jack Grealish, Ollie Watkins, Ezri Konsa, Rico Lewis and Kalvin Phillips all did not play a part in the last game, meaning they may start this time around.
England boss Southgate does not want to see his side take their foot off the gas in their final Euro 2024 qualifier tonight.
He said: “Why? What are we trying to do? Why would we accept that?
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