England manager Gareth Southgate has added two more players to his squad, who face Croatia away behind closed doors on Friday and Spain on Monday.
The latest to be named are Brighton & Hove Albion’s Lewis Dunk, who receives his first call up and Leicester City’s Ben Chilwell, who made his international debut in the Switzerland friendly played at the King Power Stadium.
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Dunk is brought in after Burnley’s James Tarkowski was forced out with a groin injury.
Chilwell returns to replace Manchester United’s Luke Shaw, who suffered a head injury against Spain in September. Shaw played the whole match on Saturday but complained of injury problems afterwards.
After the players were announced, supporters debated on whether Southgate picked the right ones, some even named a few others that should have got a place instead – check out those tweets on the next page.
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