The trio are all currently in the England squad.
England take on Germany and the Netherlands in international friendlies in the next week and go into the game with plenty of Tottenham Hotspur players in the squad.
Spurs are fighting for the Premier League title so there is no surprise to see so many Spurs players present.
There are also two Leicester City players in the squad – with The Foxes currently at the top of the Premier League table.
Danny Drinkwater is a newcomer to the team whilst Jamie Vardy has been in the England set-up for much of this season.
But despite their domestic rivalry Vardy has told the London Evening Standard today that he can appreciate the talent of Spurs’ stars Dele Alli and Harry Kane:
"We’re in competition, but when I’m away with England I can have a look at players around me and appreciate their quality, players like Harry Kane and Dele Alli for example.
“As soon as we come to represent England, that’s all the focus is on but as soon as it’s finished then we will go back to club football and competing against each other again.”
Of course Alli and Kane are currently in superb form and both will be hoping to feature in the England starting XI this week – and in the summer at the Euro 2016 tournament in France.
To do so they may need to force Vardy and Drinkwater out of the starting XI.
Another Tottenham v Leicester battle, but hopefully on more friendly terms.