Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Manchester City, Leicester City, Southampton and Everton players feature in the game at the Stadium of Light.
Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson has been included in the England starting lineup for this evening’s friendly international against Australia at the Stadium of Light.
Henderson’s Liverpool teammate Adam Lallana also starts for the Three Lions, as Roy Hodgson’s side step up their preparations for the Euro 2016 finals in France in the summer.
Manchester City attacker Raheem Sterling, who struggled to play well this past season, starts as well, and so do Everton defender John Stones and Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere.
The big news is that Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford makes his debut for England.
The 18-year-old had a good end to the 2015-16 campaign and has been rewarded with his first cap for the Three Lions.
The talented teenage forward scored five goals and created six chances in 11 Premier League appearances for the Red Devils during the 2015-16 campaign.
Southampton star Fraser Forster is in goal for the match against Australia, while Manchester United centre-back Chris Smalling starts in defence for England.
Leicester City midfielder Danny Drinkwater, Southampton left-back Ryan Bertrand and Liverpool right-back Nathaniel Clyne start as well.
England team to face Australia: Forster; Clyne, Stones, Smalling, Bertrand; Henderson, Wilshere, Drinkwater; Lallana, Rashford, Sterling
Subs: Walker, Heaton, Milner, Dier, Townsend, Kane, Rooney, Alli, Rose, Barkley, Hart.
England's Jack Wilshere during training