England Under-21s head into Thursday’s UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifier with Czech Republic Under-21s under pressure to get a win on the board.
Lee Carsley‘s men trail their next opponents by five points in Group G, albeit with a game in hand, after being held by Slovakia Under-21s last month.
Rhian Brewster is also suspended, with Folarin Balogun a likely replacement, and Angel Gomes could take the spot of Smith Rowe on the left flank.
Oliver Skipp and Morgan Gibbs-White are pushing for an opportunity in midfield if Carsley decides to make a change.
Czech Republic are expected to line up in a similar way to their routine victory over Kosovo last time out.
Lukas Cerv may replace Filip Kaloc, but Vaclav Sejk should keep his place down the middle of the attack.
England Under-21s possible starting lineup:
Bursik; Aarons, Harwood-Bellis, Guehi, Thomas; Garner, Doyle, Gallagher; Palmer, Balogun, Gomes
Czech Republic Under-21s possible starting lineup:
Kovar; Gabriel, Vitik, Knapik, Fukala; Cerv, Zamburek; Karabec, Sulc, Ostrak; Sejk
Over 1.5 Goals