Roy Hodgson names 25-man squad for games with San Marino and Poland
has named his squad for next week's World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Poland.
The England Manager has selected a 25-man group for the double-header, which sees San Marino visit Wembley next Friday before the Three Lions travel to Warsaw to face Poland the following Tuesday.
There is a first England call-up for Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster, whose performances for the Bhoys have impressed this season
And Stoke City's Ryan Shawcross is also included for the first time since the match against Egypt at Wembley
in March 2010.
Tottenham Hotspur winger Aaron Lennon is rewarded for his form so far this season and will be hoping to win his first England cap since the game with Algeria at the World Cup in 2010.
Arsenal's Kieran Gibbs is back in the squad after his return to fitness and strikers Wayne Rooney and Andy Carroll are selected after missing the first two qualifiers against Moldova and Ukraine last month through early-season injuries.
The squad will meet up to train at St.George's Park
on Monday, ahead of the official opening of the new national football centre
by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Tuesday.
: Fraser Forster
(Celtic), Joe Hart
(Manchester City), John Ruddy
: Leighton Baines
(Everton), Gary Cahill
(Chelsea), Ashley Cole
(Chelsea), Kieran Gibbs
(Arsenal), Phil Jagielka
(Everton), Glen Johnson
(Liverpool), Joleon Lescott
(Manchester City), Ryan Shawcross
(Stoke City), Kyle Walker
: Michael Carrick
(Manchester United), Tom Cleverley
(Manchester United), Steven Gerrard
(Liverpool), Adam Johnson
(Sunderland), Aaron Lennon
(Tottenham Hotspur), Frank Lampard
(Chelsea), James Milner
(Manchester City), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
(Arsenal), Theo Walcott
: Andy Carroll
(West Ham United), Jermain Defoe
(Tottenham Hotspur), Wayne Rooney
(Manchester United), Daniel Welbeck