2/20 New England v Arsenal Preview: The new England XI 3/20 Aaron Ramsey: The England striker is coming off an impressive goal-scoring display for the Gunners, which earned him the first England cap but his form has dipped this season.
Despite the fact he was involved in the most successful of Arsenal’s two Premier League wins over Arsenal, Ramsey has not been in the starting XI for any of the four matches since he returned from injury.
Getty 4/20 Alexis Sanchez: The Chilean has been a regular in the England team since joining from Chile in the summer, with the Chilean playing every minute of the first six matches of the season, scoring twice.
Sanchez has scored three goals in his last four appearances, with one of those coming in the 5-1 win over Manchester United.
Getty 5/20 Eden Hazard: The Belgian striker has been linked with a move away from Chelsea and has been one of England’s most consistent performers this season, with six goals in 12 appearances, scoring in the 3-1 victory over Germany in October.
His form has improved since his arrival, with four goals in six appearances, but England have failed to win a match since he was named in the XI.
Getty 6/20 Jack Wilshere: Wils, who has scored five goals in seven appearances for the club, has been on the bench for the last two games, as Hodgson has chosen to rest the England captain.
Getty 7/20 Marcus Rashford: The winger is back in the first-team squad after recovering from a hamstring injury, and has scored a brace in his first two appearances of the campaign, with his first of those against Arsenal, a goal in the 1-1 draw.
Getty 8/20 Dele Alli: The striker has scored the most Premier League goals this season (seven) in England’s history, but has not featured since he picked up an injury against Arsenal.
The 22-year-old has scored six goals so far this season in England, with three of those being in the FA Cup and FA Cup Winners’ Cup.
Getty 9/20 Harry Kane: The Spurs striker has struggled to get into the England squad this season and the England manager has been keen to bring him back to the Premier League, with Tottenham’s home clash against the Baggies this weekend being among the players Kane will be competing with for a spot in the team.
Getty 10/20 Danny Welbeck: The midfielder has not played for England since his return from international duty with Spain in March 2016, but his presence has been vital to their success in the Premier Football League.
Welbeck has started every game for the team since the summer of 2017, scoring two goals in five appearances.
Getty 11/20 Adam Lallana: The Southampton midfielder has been given a run out as the England internationals top striker this season after he has been sidelined by a hamstring strain for the past three months.
He has scored two goals so Far this season but has only featured in one of the team’s three Premier League matches, which have been the opening two games of the Premier Champions League.
Getty 12/20 Jermain Defoe: The Englishman is not currently in Hodgson’s squad, but the England boss has chosen Defoe to feature in the squad for Saturday’s game at home to Arsenal.
Defoe is one of three players in the current England squad who have been named in Hodg to the England World Cup squad, alongside Jack Wlshere and Dele All ‘L’.
Getty 13/20 Joe Allen: The Manchester United midfielder is in Hodgman’s squad for the first time this season following his loan from Chelsea, and he has also featured in four of the England’s six Premier League fixtures this season with one goal.
Getty 14/20 Anthony Martial: The Martial is not yet in Hodgs squad for his first game in charge, but Hodgson is still hopeful the midfielder will be included.
The 20-year, 8-1 Manchester United player has only scored two Premier Premier League assists so far in his England career, with only two of those having come in the 6-0 win over the Netherlands.
Getty 15/20 Jonny Evans: The Everton midfielder is still recovering from the hamstring injury that kept him out of the World Cup final, but is set to make his England debut against England in this summer’s competition.
Evans has featured in every match so far for Everton this season for the Red Devils, scoring three goals.
Getty 16/20 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: The Arsenal striker has not scored a goal since he arrived at the club in the January transfer window, and his form this season has been poor.
Oxlamp has scored one goal in three Premier Premier league matches, with both coming against Tottenham.
Getty 17/20 Steven Gerrard: The Liverpool captain was given a two-match suspension in March after he was charged by the FA with spitting at an opponent during a game.
He missed the next four games, and missed England