Everton midfielder Fabian Delph has won a recall to England’s squad for this month’s European Championship qualifying games against Czech Republic and Bulgaria.
Jordan Pickford and Michael Keane are also included in Gareth Southgate’s 23-man party after the duo played in September’s victories over Bulgaria and Kosovo.
Delph has been capped 20 times by his country and was in manager Southgate’s team for Nations League finals encounters with Holland and Switzerland in the summer.
The 29-year-old missed last month’s England matches with the hamstring issue which forced him to sit out Everton’s opening three games of the campaign.
Pickford has established himself as Three Lions number one since his debut in November 2017 and is poised to win his 22nd and 23rd caps after Everton tackle Burnley on Saturday.
Keane, capped nine times by England, has been ever present in his country’s Euro 2020 campaign.
England defeated Czech Republic 5-0 back in March and travel to Prague for the return fixture on Friday 11 October.
Southgate’s side then move to Sofia for a meeting three days later with the Bulgarians, who were beaten 4-0 on their visit to Wembley four weeks ago.