International week once again is underway and Spurs, yet again, will have many of their star performers playing for their respective nations; either in Euro 2016 qualifying games or in friendly fixtures. The fans have been able to associate with the players this season as a vast majority are young and English and that is reflected by the personnel selected by Roy Hodgson to play for England in the tough upcoming friendlies.
Tottenham have more players in the England squad than any other Premier League club with Eric Dier, Dele Alli, Kyle Walker and Harry Kane all being given the call. Hodgson has already stated that he will be experimenting during the Spain game and that captain Wayne Rooney will not be in the starting xi.
Eric Dier and Dele Alli have put in consistently impressive performances in defensive midfield in addition to proving their attacking quality with 4 goals between them. Walker will be up against Liverpool’s Nathaniel Clyne for a place in the Euro squad after returning to good form for the London club. Harry Kane is set to lead the line for England as Jamie Vardy has been ruled out and Rooney won’t be starting and the 22 year old will be looking to add to his 3 goals in 6 apps for his country.
Elsewhere fo4r the Three Lions, bright young star Harry Winks will likely be set to feature for the England U-20s who face France while recent debutante Josh Onomah will be featuring with the U-19 squad.Embed from Getty Images