Gareth Southgate has included Eddie Nketiah and Levi Colwill in his latest England squad to face Ukraine and Scotland, with the former being rewarded for this performances in an Arsenal shirt. Colwill is a younger player who has slotted seamlessly into the Chelsea defence and both players might earn their first cap in Poland on Saturday.

Harry Kane has hit the ground running for Bayern Munich this summer and the forward will be leading the like against the Ukrainians, with Declan Rice and Jude Bellingham also in rude form, with the latter having shone brightly for Real Madrid in the opening throes of the season and this really does look like one of the strongest England squads ever.

Ukraine continue to suffer from not playing their matches at home and the neutral ground in Poland is far from ideal as far as their qualification hopes are concerned. Veteran winger Andriy Yarmolenko continues to lead the team, with Arsenal’s Oleksandr Zinchenko operating in a more advanced position than you will find him for the Gunners.

Perhaps we will see more from Mykhailo Mudryk who has had an inauspicious start for Chelsea although the transfer fee suggests that he could be a real threat. The difficulty is that England are hard to score against, with the Three Lions potentially a good bet to claim a victory without conceding a goal.


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