Confirmed England line-up: Barkley and Stones start alongside four title-chasing stars

England take on the Netherlands at Wembley Stadium this evening.

England starting XI: Forster; Walker, Stones, Smalling, Rose; Barkley, Drinkwater, Milner; Lallana; Sturridge, Vardy.

England substitutes: Clyne, Heaton, Walcott, Cahill, Jagielka, Henderson, Dier, Kane, Alli, Welbeck.

England will be looking for another impressive friendly win when they take on the Netherlands at Wembley Stadium this evening.

The Three Lions beat Germany 3-2 in Berlin on Saturday night, coming from 2-0 down to beat the world champions in a rousing comeback, sparking optimism ahead of Euro 2016 this summer.

Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy and Eric Dier were the goalscorers on Saturday, but only Vardy is in the starting line-up this evening as Roy Hodgson rotates his side.

Vardy is joined in the line-up by his Leicester City team-mate, and Tottenham stars Kyle Walker and Danny Rose - who are challenging the Foxes for the Premier League title - are also included.

Two Everton players also start having been substitutes against Germany, with John Stones and Ross Barkley in the side, whilst Liverpool's James Milner is captain for the night.

His Liverpool team-mate Daniel Sturridge starts in what appears to be a 4-4-2 diamond, with Lallana or Barkley playing behind the pacey front two of Sturridge and Vardy.

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