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England boss Gareth Southgate says he “commits a crime” every time he picks a team because of the players he has to leave out – and will make changes for Tuesday’s match with Hungary.
England need two wins from their three remaining qualifiers to reach next year’s World Cup in Qatar.
Manchester City’s Phil Foden was the pick of several standout players in Saturday’s 5-0 thrashing of Andorra.
“We want the squad to feel involved,” said Southgate.
Foden provided an assist during a majestic performance for a much-changed England in Andorra, a game in which Jack Grealish and Ben Chilwell netted their first international goals, while Tammy Abraham, James Ward-Prowse and Bukayo Saka were also on the scoresheet.
“It is important they know their value and can contribute; it wasn’t a friendly [against Andorra], there were qualification points at stake and I was really pleased with the quality of the performance as well as the application,” Southgate added.
“I have a headache and commit a crime every time I pick a team. We have such strong competition for places; there were lots of players who did their own confidence and reputation the world of good the other day and that is pleasing to see.