Tottenham Hotspur, Nottingham Forest, Brighton and Hove Albion, Everton and Derby County stars are all among the starters.
England under-21s: Bond, Keane, Garbutt, Lascelles, Moore; Forster-Caskey, Hughes, Carroll (c); Redmond, Kane, Berahino
Subs: Jamal Blackman (GK), Tyler Blackett, Ben Gibson, Tom Ince, Alex Pritchard, Danny Ings, Cauley Woodrow
England will be looking to back up a 1-0 win away at Lithuania last week, as they take on Moldova this afternoon already having wrapped up their qualification for the next European under-21 Championship.
Gareth Southgate has an extremely talented squad at his disposal and will be hoping his youngsters can put themselves into an even more dominant position in their qualification group.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane was the man who got the only goal of the game last week, which will give him plenty of confidence heading into this second match.
It won’t be an easy game because the Moldovan defence has conceded just one more goal than England throughout qualification so far but England have by far the best attack with 28 goals scored.
England have five wins from their last nine games and stopped a run of four games without a win, as they secured that victory against Lithuania.