Manchester United forward Jesse Lingard has been called into England’s squad to face France at Wembley on Tuesday.
Lingard, 22, has made 11 appearances for England Under-21s but this is his first time with the senior squad.
United team-mate Michael Carrick and Leicester striker Jamie Vardy are both injured and will miss the match.
Carrick injured his ankle in Friday’s 2-0 defeat by Spain, while Vardy is still troubled by a knock he sustained in Leicester’s game against Watford.
Lingard made his debut at under-21 level as a substitute against Scotland in August 2013, when senior boss Roy Hodgson took charge of the team.
Having come through United’s academy, he has played seven times for the first team, and had loan spells at Leicester, Birmingham, Brighton and Derby.
He scored his first goal for the Red Devils in the 2-0 victory against West Brom on 7 November.
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