Manager Paul Fairclough has named a 16 man squad for Friday's U21 friendly in Finland.
Finland v England NGXI
Friday 1 June 2007
FC Hakka, Valkeakoski
England National Game XI manager Paul Fairclough has named a 16-man squad for Friday night’s friendly International with Finland Under 21 at FC Hakka in Valkeakoski.
Fairclough has retained eight players from the successful Four Nations Tournament squad as he looks ahead to the next International Challenge Trophy campaign which begins later in the year.
Lance Cronin, the Ebbsfleet United keeper who was taken to hospital in Inverness on Sunday during the encounter with Wales, has made a full recovery.
However, two players, Glen Southam and Danny Foster, will be making their last appearance for the National Game XI before moving on with their club, Dagenham & Redbridge, to the Football League.
There are first call-ups for two players currently outside Conference National - Adam Bartlett, the highly rated Blyth Spartans keeper, and Leon Solomon, the Welling United full-back.
This will be the final time the side play under the National Game banner as they change their name to England 'C' from the start of next season.
Lance Cronin, Ebbsfleet United
Adam Bartlett, Blyth Spartans
Danny Foster, Dagenham & Redbridge
Adam Quinn, Halifax Town
Michael Morrison, Cambridge United
Leon Solomon, Welling United
John Ashton, Rushden & Diamonds
Carl Baker, Southport
Lewis Chalmers, Altrincham
Glen Southam, Dagenham & Redbridge
Mitchell Cole, Stevenage Borough
Steve Morison, Stevenage Borough
Guiseppe Sole, Woking
Mark Molesley, Stevenage Borough
Shaun Harrad, Burton Albion
John Grant, Aldershot Town