Manchester City, Everton, Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal stars all feature.
England: Hart; Baines, Cahill, Stones, Jones; Delph, Henderson, Wilshere; Sterling, Rooney, Welbeck
Subs: Rose, Forster, Jagielka, Chambers, Milner, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Townsend, Lambert
England will be hoping to improve on their 1-0 win against Norway last week as they start their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign in Switzerland.
It’s been far from ideal preparation for Roy Hodgson’s side as injuries to Liverpool pair Daniel Sturridge and Jordan Henderson have affected the build up to this game.
This is a new look England side but there is plenty of talent provided through the likes of Aston Villa midfielder Fabian Delph and Manchester United star Wayne Rooney should be looking to lead by example up front.
The Swiss can’t be underestimated because they boast top players such as former Liverpool target Xherdan Shaqiri amongst their ranks, with the Bayern man likely to play a key role over the course of the qualifying campaign.
Hodgson will be hoping his defence will do a tight and solid job, with the experience and consistency provided by Chelsea star Gary Cahill and Everton full-back Leighton Baines likely to be crucial in a difficult atmosphere.