Leicester’s Jamie Vardy and Swansea’s Jonjo Shelvey will be in Roy Hodgson’s England squad for Euro 2016 qualifiers against San Marino and Switzerland when it is announced on Sunday evening.
Shelvey, 23, won his only cap against San Marino in 2012.
Hodgson has kept faith with Vardy after the striker was fined by his club amid claims of a racial slur in a casino.
Vardy has now met the alleged victim and agreed to donate his fine to a charity of the man’s choosing.
In addition, he will attend a bespoke diversity awareness course in the coming weeks that has been set up by the Football Association at Leicester’s request.
Vardy, 28, made his England debut in the friendly draw with the Republic of Ireland in June.
He scored his second goal of the season on Saturday when he converted a late penalty to earn Leicester a 1-1 draw at Bournemouth.
England have a 100% record from their six qualification games and will confirm their place at next year’s finals in France if they win their next two games.
They play San Marino in Serravalle on 5 September and Switzerland at Wembley on 8 September.
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