There have been a number of changes to the squad for Sweden
Roy Hodgson's England squad has seen changes following a weekend of Premier League football.
Five players have withdrawn from the squad, with Wayne Rooney, Theo Walcott, Jonjo Shelvey, Kyle Walker and Aaron Lennon all unable to play against Sweden on Wednesday evening.
In Rooney’s absence, the England Manager looked to include Jermain Defoe but the Tottenham Hotspur striker is injured. Hodgson also wanted to include Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain but he is not match-fit and so unable to report.
Carl Jenkinson, Wilfried Zaha and Tom Huddlestone have been added to the senior squad.
Hodgson was awaiting formal confirmation from FIFA that Jenkinson was registered to represent England before naming him in his squad on Thursday. It is expected that the paperwork will be completed and sent through to The FA on Monday, meaning Jenkinson will be available for the match with Sweden on Wednesday night.
Jenkinson had previously represented Finland at U19 level, hence the requirement to declare his nationality with the world governing body before he could play for England. The Arsenal defender's addition makes it a squad of 21 players for Hodgson to choose from.