Tottenham’s Dele Alli has been left out of the England squad, while Chelsea pair Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori earn call-ups for the European Qualifiers against Czech Republic and Bulgaria.
Alli has made four appearances for Tottenham this season since returning from a hamstring injury but misses out on Gareth Southgate’s latest squad, as do fellow midfielders Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Jesse Lingard.
Despite having earned two senior England caps in friendlies with Germany and Brazil in November 2017, Abraham is still eligible to play for Nigeria. His inclusion in the squad seems to pledge his allegiance to England.
The Chelsea striker has seven goals in as many Premier League appearances this season, just one less than top scorer Sergio Aguero, and scored his first Champions League goal on his 22nd birthday on Wednesday.
Tomori is enjoying a successful breakthrough season at Chelsea, following a loan spell at Derby alongside Mason Mount under manager Frank Lampard.