Danny Rose and Kieran Trippier will start for England against the Netherlands in Amsterdam, while Eric Dier and Dele Alli are among the substitutes.
Dier was expected to start in a back three, but Gareth Southgate has chosen against using the versatile Tottenham man.
Instead, it looks as if former Spurs defender Kyle Walker will join Manchester City’s John Stones and Liverpool’s Joe Gomez in the back line, with Rose and Trippier selected in the full-back positions.
Southgate has gone with Liverpool due Jordan Henderson and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in midfield, and a front three of Jesse Lingard, Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford.
England’s goalscoring ability will be tested with Harry Kane out injured. The Tottenham striker has scored six of the There Lions’ last nine away goals.
Jamie Vardy, who has found the net in six of his last eight appearances for Leicester, will be disappointed to only make the bench given Kane’s absence.
As will Dele Alli, who is rarely dropped for club or country. Here’s the full line-up.
— England (@England) March 23, 2018