Pearce names team for Spanish clash
Thursday, 18 June, 2009
Stuart Pearce has named his starting eleven for tonight's match.
Stuart Pearce has named his England Under-21 team to take on Spain in their second match of the European Championship.
There are two changes from the side that beat Finland 2-1 on Monday. Nedum Onouha replaces the suspended Michael Mancienne while Adam Johnson comes in for Theo Walcott.
England's opponents drew 0-0 with Germany in their opening fixture.
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Team in full:
1 Joe Hart, 2 Martin Cranie, 19 Kieran Gibbs, 6 Nedum Onuoha, 17 Micah Richards, 10 Mark Noble (C), 4 Lee Cattermole, 12 Fabrice Muamba, 11 Adam Johnson, 7 James Milner, 9 Gabriel Agbonlahor
Substitutes 3 Andrew Taylor, 5 Richard Stearman, 8 Craig Gardner, 13 Joe Lewis, 14 Theo Walcott, 15 Jack Rodwell, 16 James Tomkins, 20 Andrew Driver, 21 Fraizer Campbell, 22 Scott Loach, 23 Danny Rose
Head Coach Stuart Pearce
13 Sergio Asenjo, 3 Nacho Monreal, 4 Javi Garcia, 5 Marc Torrejon, 6 Javi Martinez, 8 Raul Garcia (C), 9 Bojan Krkic, 10 Jose Manuel Jurado, 12 Cesar Azpilicueta, 18 Mario Suarez, 21 Adrian Lopez
Substitutes 1 Roberto, 23 Antonio Adan, 2 Miguel Torres, 7 Sisi, 11 Esteban Granero, 14 Sergio Sanchez, 15 Chico, 16 Ivan Marcano, 17 Diego Capel, 19 Xisco, 20 Jonathan Pereira, 22 Pedro Leon
Head Coach Juan Ramon Lopez Caro
Referee Bjorn Kuipers
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