Jarrod Bowen set to make England debut by starting Nations League clash against Hungary... with Trent Alexander-Arnold also given the chance to impress Gareth Southgate
- England take on Hungary in the Nations League at the Puskas Arena in Budapest
- Jarrod Bowen and Trent Alexander-Arnold are set to start the match
- Gareth Southgate will use the game to help shape his squad for the World Cup
Jarrod Bowen is set to be given his England debut in the Nations League clash against Hungary, with Trent Alexander-Arnold also expected to start the game in Budapest.
Bowen is likely to be given one of the three places in England's front-line alongside Mason Mount and captain Harry Kane.
Jarrod Bowen is in line to make his England debut in the Nations League clash with Hungary
Trent Alexander-Arnold is also set to start the contest at the Puskas Arena in Budapest
Alexander-Arnold, who has failed to nail down a starting role in Southgate's side despite his form for Liverpool, is set to play as a wing-back in a 3-4-3 formation.
Connor Coady, Harry Maguire and Kyle Walker are expected to form the back three, with Bukayo Saka, Connor Gallagher, Declan Rice and Alexander-Arnold across the midfield.
Bowen earned his first England call-up for the busy period of Nations League matches following a standout season for West Ham.
The 25-year-old was a key member of David Moyes' side, scoring 18 goals and made 13 assists in 51 appearances last term as the Hammers reached the semi-finals of the Europa League.
Alexander-Arnold is featuring for England despite his hectic campaign for Liverpool. He made 47 appearances in all competitions for Jurgen Klopp's side, who won the FA Cup and Carabao Cup but finished second in the Premier League and as runners-up in the Champions League final.
Gareth Southgate will use the upcoming games to help shape his squad for the World Cup
Manchester City's Phil Foden was ruled out of the squad for the games against Hungary and Germany after testing positive for Covid-19.
Crystal Palace's Marc Guehi and AC Milan's Fikayo Tomori also missed England training due to injury and will not be available for the Hungary match, while Raheem Sterling is a doubt having missed some training sessions.
England face Hungary twice, Germany and Italy in this round of international fixtures as the World Cup countdown continues.
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