GARETH SOUTHGATE could name an experimental team with three England debutants in the final Euro 2024 qualifiers.
The Three Lions have already qualified for the tournament in Germany next year after beating Italy at Wembley in October.
However, Southgate and co still have to finish off their last two group fixtures.
England face Malta and North Macedonia in the next week and wins in both would more than guarantee a top spot qualification.
Southgate will not be able to play the likes of James Maddison, Lewis Dunk or Callum Wilson after the trio pulled out through injury.
Bellingham is also a doubt for the Three Lions after he picked up a shoulder injury.
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Southgate has since called up Chelsea's Cole Palmer, Aston Villa's Ezri Konsa and Man City's Rico Lewis as replacements.
The trio could all be handed their England bows at Wembley Stadium against Malta on Friday.
Palmer could be given his chance in the same role that Bellingham would have occupied, having proved to be a hit at Chelsea since his summer transfer.
The attacking midfielder could be used in a midfield three in front of Declan Rice and Jordan Henderson.
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