Roy Hodgson has named an inexperienced England team to face Germany on Saturday evening, as he looks to perfect his starting line-up for Euro 2016.
The line-up selected by Roy Hodgson shows Gary Cahill as the most-capped player after 40 previous appearances, and includes a debutant in Tottenham left-back Danny Rose.
After Cahill, Adam Lallana is the oldest player in the team, with Danny Welbeck the second most-capped player in the XI.
Full England team to face Germany on Saturday:
Jack Butland, Stoke – 3 caps
Nathaniel Clyne, Liverpool – 9 caps, 0 goals
Gary Cahill, Chelsea – 40 caps, 3 goals
Chris Smalling, Manchester United – 21 caps, 0 goals
Danny Rose, Tottenham – 0 caps
Jordan Henderson, Liverpool – 22 caps, 0 goals
Eric Dier, Tottenham – two caps, 0 goals
Dele Alli, Tottenham – four caps, 1 goal
Adam Lallana, Liverpool – 19 caps, 0 goals
Harry Kane, Tottenham – eight caps, 3 goals
Danny Welbeck, Arsenal – 33 caps, 14 goals
Hodgson also indicated that England would select an entirely different XI for the game against Netherlands on Tuesday, meaning probable starts for Jamie Vardy and Danny Drinkwater.
— England (@england) March 26, 2016