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The 2017 FA Community Shield is the 95th annual FA Community Shield tournament. This year’s edition will be played between the winners of the previous season’s England Premier League, Chelsea, and the winners of the 2016-17 FA Cup, Arsenal.

Proceeds from the upcoming Community Shield match between Chelsea v Arsenal at Wembley Stadium in London will be donated by the Football Association to those affected by the horrible Grenfell Tower fire. The FA hopes to raise around £1.25m for the victims and their families. Eighty-nine people died in the fire, including those classed as missing or presumed dead.  The FA has invited survivors, emergency service personnel, and the families of the victims to the game between Arsenal and Chelsea on Sunday 6 August. FA chairman, Greg Clarke, talked about the terrible fire.

“Like the rest of the country, we were all deeply saddened by the terrible incident at Grenfell Tower. The suffering and loss for those involved is unimaginable,” said Clarke. “Whilst only a football match, we hope that in some small way through the Community Shield we can help. Two great London clubs will come together to play at the city’s most famous stadium just a few miles from Kensington. They will be united in their passion for football, grief at this tragic loss and support for their community. Football is for all, and we hope that on 6 August it can in its own way give something back to those who are most in need.”

The FA Cup winners Arsenal and Premier League champions Chelsea have also donated their club match fee to the Grenfell Tower support fund.

Chelsea’s chairman, Bruce Buck, said: “We believe it is appropriate and timely that the first major football match involving top-flight clubs to take place in our city since the tragedy will be dedicated in such a way to the victims and survivors, and to the enormous number of heroes of the rescue operation, especially given this occasion’s long history of being played for the benefit of the wider community and people in need of support.”

Arsenal’s chief executive, Ivan Gazidis, said his club stands with Chelsea in reaching out to the fire victims’ families.

“The club stands side by side with Chelsea in reaching out to the community and expressing our support and solidarity for those who have lost friends and family, their homes and their sense of security in the wake of this tragic event,” said Gazidis. “We also pay tribute to our city’s emergency services who showed immense courage and bravery. We play the FA Community Shield on Sunday, August 6, with the victims and the heroes of this terrible tragedy close to our hearts.

The English Football League said its clubs would give up their share of Community Shield proceeds, with the EFL adding to the sum to make a £175,000 total donation.

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Manchester United are currently the Community Shield holders, after beating Premier League champions Leicester City in the 2016 match.

Match Report

Leicester City 1-2 Manchester United

Leicester goal by: Jamie Vardy 52’min

Man United goals by: Jesse Lingard 32’min, Zlatan Ibrahimovic 83’min

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates scoring the winning goal for Manchester United against Leicester City

In last year’s Premier League season opener Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored the winning goal for his new club Manchester United and the striker who kidded about becoming a footballing god to the United fans, began his career with the Red Devils by coming through for his side in stunning style.

The curtain-raiser to the Premier League season was marked by Jesse Lingard’s marvelous solo goal and a well deserved Leicester City equalizer from the Premier League high goal scorer in the 205-16 season, Jamie Vardy.

Zlatan, a free-agent signing from Paris Saint-Germain had successfully executed a back-heel with his first touch for United. Then the Swede scored with a header past Kasper Schmeichel in the 83rd minute.

Ibrahimovic was overtaken by delight as United won the Community Shield to start the season in grand style. Man United manager José Mourinho’s mission is to win silverware for Old Trafford and after losing his previous three Community Shields with Chelsea, Mourinho achieved his goal as the trophy was hoisted to the sky.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Manchester United celebrate after winning the FA Community Shield match between Leicester City and Manchester United at Wembley Stadium on August 7, 2016 in London, England.

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After the closing of the January transfer window each Premier League club had a deadline of 4 pm on 2 February to submit a squad list containing no more than 17 players who do not fulfill the "Home Grown Player" (HGP) criteria.

The remainder of the squad, up to a total of 25 players, must be Home Grown. An HGP means a player who, irrespective of his nationality or age, has been registered with any club affiliated to the Football Association or the Football Association of Wales for a period, continuous or not, of three entire seasons or 36 months prior to his 21st birthday (or the end of the season during which he turns 21). 

Changes to the squad list of 25 may be made during the period of a transfer window.

AFC Bournemouth

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
*Afobe, Benik
*Allsop, Ryan
*Arter, Harry Nicholas
Boruc, Artur
*Cook, Steve Anthony
*Daniels, Charlie
Federici, Adam Jay
*Francis, Simon Charles
Fraser, Ryan
*Gosling, Daniel
*Gradel, Max Alain
*King, Joshua Christian Kojo
*Mings, Tyrone Deon
*Pugh, Marc Anthony
*Smith, Adam James
*Smith, Bradley Shaun
*Stanislas, Felix Junior
*Surman, Andrew Ronald Edward
*Wiggins, Rhoys Barry
*Wilshere, Jack Andrew
*Wilson, Callum Eddie Graham

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Anthony, Jaidon
Boote, James Peter
Buckley, Callum Ralph
Butcher, Matthew David
Cargill, Baily James
Cook, Lewis John
Cooper, Ben Harry Alec
Cordner, Tyler Jack
Cornick, Harry Charles Frederick
Dennis, William Jonathon
Diaz, Antonio Javier
Dobre, Mihai-Alexandru
Gillela, Dinesh
Green, Jordan
Harfield, Oliver John
Hobson, Shaun Jermaine
Holmes, Jordan Thomas
Hyndman, Emerson
Ibe, Jordon Femi Ashley
Jordan, Corey
Kendall, Charlie
Kilkenny, Gavin
Lee, Jordan Michael
Matthews, Samuel Lloyd
McCarthy, Jake
Morrison, Connal John
Mousset, Lys
Ndjoli, Mikael Bongili
Neale, Matthew Alexander
O'Connell, Keelan
O'Flaherty, Patrick
Ofoborh, Nathan Nnamdi Ugochukwu Benjamin Asigboro
Pope, Ashley
Quigley, Joseph Richard
Ramsdale, Aaron Christopher
Seaman, Charlie
Sherring, Sam
Simpson, Jack Benjamin
Stanton, Callum James Frank
Stedman, Mitchell
Surridge, Samuel William
Taylor, Kyle Frazer
Travers, Mark
Whitfield, Benjamin Michael
Worthington, Matthew Luke
York, Connor Daniel
Young, Curtis

Arsenal

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Armando De Abreu, Gabriel
Cazorla, Santiago
Cech, Petr
*Coquelin, Francis
Debuchy, Mathieu
Elneny, Mohamed Naser Elsayed
*Gibbs, Kieran James Ricardo
Giroud, Olivier
*Jenkinson, Carl Daniel
Koscielny, Laurent
*Martinez, Damian Emiliano
Mertesacker, Per
Monreal, Ignacio
Mustafi, Shkodran
Ospina, David
*Oxlade-Chamberlain, Alexander Mark David
Ozil, Mesut
Perez, Lucas
*Ramsey, Aaron James
Sanchez, Alexis
Sanogo, Yaya
*Walcott, Theo James
*Welbeck, Daniel
Xhaka, Granit

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Akpom, Chuba
Ballard, Daniel George
Beckford, Jay Lloyd
Bellerin, Hector
Bennacer, Ismael
Benson, Josh
Bielik, Krystian
Bola, Marc Joel
Bola, Tolaji
Bramall, Cohen
Burton, Robert
Chambers, Calum
Crean, Alexander Felix
Crowley, Daniel
Da Graca, Kristopher Santos
Dasilva, Pelenda Joshua Tunga
Dragomir, Vlad-Mihai
Eyoma, Aaron Jordan
Fortune, Yassin Enzo
Gilmour, Charlie Ian
Hinds, Kaylen Miles
Holding, Robert Samuel
Huddart, Ryan David
Iliev, Deyan
Iwobi, Alex
Johnson, Chiori
Kamara, Glen
Keto, Hugo Oliver
Maitland-Niles, Ainsley
Malen, Donyell
Mavididi, Stephy Alvaro
McGuane, Marcus
Medley, Zechariah Joshua Henry
Moore, Tafari Lalibela
Mourgos, Savvas
Nelson, Reiss
Nketiah, Edward
Nwakali, Kelechi
O'Connor, Stefan Ramone Sewell
Olowu, Joseph Olugbenga
Omole, Tobi
Osei-Tutu, Jordi
Pileas, Kostas
Pleguezuelo, Julio Jose
Reine-Adelaide, Jeff
Sheaf, Ben
Smith Rowe, Emile
Tella, Nathan
Thompson, Dominic
Toral, Jon-Miquel
Tormey, Nathan Alexander
Virginia, Joao
Willock, Christopher
Willock, Joseph George
Zelalem, Gedion

Burnley

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Arfield, Scott
*Barnes, Ashley Luke
*Barton, Joseph
*Boyd, George Jan
*Brady, Robert
*Darikwa, Tendayi David
Defour, Steven Arnold
*Flanagan, Jonathan
*Gray, Andre Anthony
Gudmundsson, Johann Berg
*Heaton, Thomas David
*Hendrick, Jeffrey Patrick
*Keane, Michael Vincent
*Long, Kevin Finbarr
*Lowton, Matthew John
*Marney, Dean Edward
*Mee, Benjamin Thomas
*Pope, Nicholas David
*Robinson, Paul William
*Tarkowski, James Alan
*Vokes, Samuel Michael
Ward, Stephen Robert
*Westwood, Ashley Roy

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Aghayere, Nosakhare Tony
Agyei, Daniel Ebenezer Kwasi
Bayode, Olatunde Tobias
Birch, Arlen Tom
Bruce, Adam David
Chakwana, Tinashe
Clarke, James Michael Neil
Curran, Alex Samuel
Dunne, James Gerard
Egan, Leighton Michael Paul
Fenton, Miles Andrew
Ginnelly, Joshua Lloyd
Green, George William
Grogan, Billy Richard
Hill, Christian Stephen
Howarth, Mark David
Jackson, Bradley Allen
Jumeau, Tristan Samuel
King, Connor Lewis
Koiki, Abd-Al-Ali Morakinyo Olaposi
Layton, Samuel Jay Dixon
Leitch, Robbie
Long, Christopher
Massanka, Ntumba
McNeil, Dwight James Matthew
Metz, Khius
Mitchell, Conor
Mpofu, Kwazinkosi
O'Neill, Aiden Connor
Olomowewe, Taofiq Aderibigbe Akanni
Pingling, Richard Junior George
Shrimpton, Tyler Edward Dean
Thomas, Jamie Carl
Whitmore, Alexander James
Wilson, Scott John
Wood, Tommy Paul
Wusiewicz, Marcel
Yao, Abodje Freddy Bruce
Younger, Oliver

Chelsea

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Alonso Mendoza, Marcos
Azpilicueta Tanco, Cesar
Batshuayi-Atunga, Michy
*Begovic, Asmir
Borges da Silva, Willian
*Cahill, Gary James
*Chalobah, Nathaniel Nyakie
Courtois, Thibaut
Da Silva Costa, Diego
Dos Reis Carvalho, Eduardo
*Fabregas Soler, Francesc
Hazard, Eden
Kante, Ngolo
Luiz Moreira Marinho, David
Matic, Nemanja
*Moses, Victor
Rodriguez Ledesma, Pedro Eliezer
*Terry, John George
Zouma, Kurt Happy

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Abraham, Tammy
Aina, Temitayo Olufisayo Olaoluwa
Ake, Nathan Benjamin
Ali, Mukhtar Abdullahi
Angban, Bekanty Victorien
Baker, Lewis Renard
Baxter, Nathan
Beeney, Mitchell Ryan
Boga, Jeremie
Brown, Charlie
Brown, Isaiah Jay
Bulka, Marcin
Chalobah, Trevoh Tom
Christensen, Andreas Bodtker
Christie-Davies, Isaac David
Clarke-Salter, Jake-Liam
Colkett, Charlie
Colley, Joseph
Collins, Bradley Ray
Cuevas Jara, Cristian Alejandro
Cumming, James Andrew
Dabo, Sheik Mohamed Fankaty
Dasilva, Cole Perry
Dasilva, Jay Rhys
De Souza, Nathan Allan
Familia-Castillo, Juan Carlos
Feruz, Islam
Gallagher, Conor
Grant, Joshua
Guehi, Addji Keaninkin Marc-Israel
Hinckson-Mars, Malakai Daylan
Houghton, Jordan
James, Reece
Jameson, Kyle Alexander
Kiwomya, Andrew Alexander
Loftus Cheek, Ruben
Maddox, Jacob
McCormick, Luke
McEachran, George James
Miazga, Matthew
Mount, Mason
Muheim, Miro Max Maria
Musonda, Charles
Nartey, Richard Nicos Tettey
Nunes Nascimento, Robert Kenedy
Palmer, Kasey Remel
Pantic, Danilo
Pasalic, Mario
Quintero Quintero, Josimar Aldair
Rodriguez Gonzalez, Jhoao Leandro
Sammut, Ruben
Scott, Kyle
Solanke-Mitchell, Dominic Ayodele
St Clair, Harvey
Sterling, Dujon
Suljic, Ali
Taylor-Crossdale, Martell
Thompson, Jared
Tomori, Fikayo
Traore, Bertrand
Ugbo, Ike
Uwakwe, Tariq
Wakefield, Charlie Mark

Crystal Palace

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Benteke, Christian
Cabaye, Yohan
*Campbell, Fraizer Lee
*Dann, Scott
Delaney, Damien Finbarr
Flamini, Mathieu
*Fryers, Ezekiel David
*Hennessey, Wayne Robert
*Kelly, Martin Ronald
*Ledley, Joseph Christopher
Lee, Chung Yong
Mandanda, Steve
McArthur, James
Milivojevic, Luka
*Puncheon, Jason David Ian
Remy, Loic
Sakho, Mamadou
Sako, Bakary
*Schlupp, Jeffrey
Speroni, Julian Maria
*Tomkins, James Oliver Charles
*Townsend, Andros
*Van Aanholt, Patrick John Miguel
*Ward, Joel Edward Philip
*Zaha, Dazet Wilfried Armel

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Anderson, Keshi
Andrews, Corie Anthony
Benteke, Jonathan
Berkeley-Agyepong, Jacob Kwame
Boateng, Hiram Kojo Kwarteng
Bryon, Lewis
Coates, Liam
Coker, Andre Jordan Coleridge
Croll, Luke Alan
Daly, James Stanley
Demby, Andrew
Dreher, Luke Garry
Eyenga Lokilo, Jason
Flanagan, Kian
Fundi, Victor
Funnell, Matthew Ross
Hosannah, Bryce Joseph
Hungbo, Joseph Oluwagbemiga
Husin, Noor
Inniss, Ryan Stuart Clayton
Jno Baptiste, Francis
Jones, Jalen
Kaikai, Sulaiman Borbor
King-Elliott, Ryan
Kirby, Nya Jerome
Linton, Nathan Dominic
Lumeka, Levi Jeremiah
Lynch, Kyle Jordan Victor
McAdden, Colm Anthony
McGregor, Giovanni Donald
Mitchell, Tyrick
O'Dwyer, Oliver
Ossai, Tariq Eddie
Ozono, Will
Perntreou, Kleton
Peynado-Peart, Malachi Darnell
Phillips, Michael
Serrato, Jordan
Sturgess, Callum Harry
Wan-Bissaka, Aaron
Webber, Oliver Henry
Williams, Randell
Woods, Samuel John
Wynter, Ben Douglas
Yeboah, Emmanuel

Everton

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
*Baines, Leighton John
*Barkley, Ross
*Barry, Gareth
Besic, Muhamed
Bolasie, Yannick
Coleman, Seamus
Funes Mori, Jose Ramiro
*Garbutt, Luke
Gueye, Idrissa Gana
*Jagielka, Philip Nikodem
Kone, Arouna
*Lennon, Aaron
*Lukaku, Romelu Menama
*McCarthy, James
Mirallas Y Castillo, Kevin Antonio Joel Gislain
*Pennington, Matthew
Robles Blazquez, Joel
*Schneiderlin, Morgan
Stekelenburg, Maarten
Valencia Lastra, Enner Remberto
*Williams, Ashley Errol

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Bainbridge, Jack
Ball, Charles Thomas
Baningime, Beni
Baxter, Nathan
Bramall, Daniel Luke
Brewster, Delial Edmund
Broadhead, Nathan Paul
Byrne, Sam John
Calvert-Lewin, Dominic
Charsley, Henry William James
Connolly, Callum Alexander
Corke, Jordan Robert
Davies, Thomas
Denny, Alexander
Donkor, Anton Leander
Donohue, Michael John
Dowell, Kieran O'neil
Duffus, Courtney
Duffus, Tyrone Errol
Duke-McKenna, Stephen Winston
Dyson, Calum William
Evans, Antony Kenneth
Feeney, Morgan
Foulds, Matthew Colin
Galloway, Brendan Joel Zibusiso
Grant, Conor James
Gray, Louis
Griffiths, Russell John
Harrington, Ryan
Henen, David Boris Philippe
Hewelt, Mateusz Tomasz
Hilton, Joseph Robert
Holgate, Mason Anthony
Hornby, Fraser
Hunt, Connor Charles
Johnson, Matthew
Jones, Aaron William
Jones, Gethin Wynne
Kenny, Jonjoe
Kerr, Sidney David Junior
Kiersey, Jack Alexander
Kinsella, Steven
Lavery, Shayne Francis
Lees, Callum Jordan
Lookman, Ademola Lookman Olajade Alade Aylola
Mampala, Manasse
Moore, Nathan
Morris, Liam George
Murphy, Tomas Bernard
Ouzounidis, Con
Phillips, Kieran James
Pierce, Benjamin Alan
Renshaw, Christopher Thomas
Robinson, Antonee
Sambou, Bassala
Scully, Thomas
Tarashaj, Shani
Virtanen, Miko Aarne
Walsh, Liam
Williams, Joseph Michael
Withe, George Peter
Yarney, Josef Charles
Yates, James John

Hull City

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
*Clucas, Samuel Raymond
*Davies, Curtis
*Dawson, Michael Richard
Diomande, Valentin Adama
Eissa, Ahmed Elmehamady Abdelfattah Aly
*Elabdellaoui, Omar
Evandro, Goebel
Grosicki, Kamil Pawel
Henriksen, Markus
Hernandez Platero, Abel Mathias
*Huddlestone, Thomas Andrew
Jakupovic, Eldin
*Maguire, Harry
Maloney, Shaun Richard
Markovic, Lazar
Marshall, David
*Mason, Ryan Glen
Mbokani Bezua, Dieudonne
Meyler, David
N'Diaye, Alfred John Momar
Niasse, Baye Oumar
*Odubajo, Moses Adeshina Ayoola Junior
Ranocchia, Andrea
Robertson, Andrew

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Akbas, Stephen Adam
Andrew, Charlie Alfred
Annan, William John
Barkworth, Ellis
Batty, Daniel Thomas
Bowen, Jarrod
Chadwick, William Anthony
Clackstone, Joshua Philip
Clark, Max Oliver
Curry, Adam
Dunkerley, Charlie
Edwards, Jonathan Dvonte
Fleming, Brandon James
Hamilton, Tyler Lee
Hinchliffe, Benjamin Jack
Holmes, Elliot Charles
Kelledy, Marc Thomas Michael
Lofts, Luke
Mannion, William John
Maslen-Jones, Bradley
McKenzie, Robbie
Olley, Greg Thomas
Ritson, Lewis Barry Ryan
Rodgers, Harvey James
Salam, Ahmed Mamdoh Abdel
Saltmer, Jonathan David
Sheaf, Max
Ter Horst, Johan
Thacker, Joshua
Tymon, Joshua Lewis
Weir, James Michael
Wilson-Rhiney, Mason Alexander

Leicester City

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
*Albrighton, Marc Kevin
Amartey, Daniel
Benalouane, Yohan
*Drinkwater, Daniel Noel
Fuchs, Christian
*Hamer, Benjamin John
*Huth, Robert
*King, Andrew
Mahrez, Riyad
Mendy, Nampalys
*Morgan, Westley Nathan
Musa, Ahmed
Okazaki, Shinji
*Schmeichel, Kasper Peter
*Simpson, Daniel Peter
Slimani, Islam
Ulloa Fernandez, Jose Leonardo
*Vardy, Jamie
Wague, Molla
Wasilewski, Marcin
*Zieler, Ron-Robert

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Barnes, Harvey Lewis
Bolkiah, Faiq Jefri
Bramley, Max
Brown, Morgan Lea
Chilwell, Benjamin James
Choudhury, Hamza
Debayo, Joshua Akinkunmi
Dewsbury-Hall, Kiernan
Domej, David
Edwards-John, Kairo
Elder, Callum Roddie
Felix-Eppiah, Joshua
Fielding, Thomas Christian
Gill, Rubyn
Gray, Demarai Remelle
Gruno, Kyle
Harrison, Adam
Heaven, George William
Hodby, Ethan Edward
Iversen, Daniel
Johnson, Darnell Tobias Jack
Kapustka, Bartosz
Keaveny, Jozsef Phelim
Kipre, Cedric
Knight, Joshua Michael
Leshabela, Thakgalo Khanya
Martis, Liandro Rudwendry Felipe
Miles, Matthew Richard
Mitchell, Kairo Ellis
Moore, Elliott Jordan
Muskwe, Admiral Dalindlela
Ndidi, Onyinye Wilfred
Ndukwu, Layton Julius
Pascanu, Alexandru Stefan
Sherif, Lamine Kaba
Tee, Conor
Templeton, Cal Alexander
Thandi, Simranjit Singh
Uche Rubio, Raul
Ughelumba, Calvin
Watts, Dylan Billy
Webber, Elliot Bradley
Williams, Kian
Wood, Connor
Yates, Cameron James

Liverpool

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Barbosa de Oliveira, Roberto Firmino
Can, Emre
*Clyne, Nathaniel Edwin
Coutinho Correia, Philippe
*Henderson, Jordan Brian
*Ings, Daniel William John
Karius, Loris
Klavan, Ragnar
*Lallana, Adam David
Lovren, Dejan
Mane, Sadio
Manninger, Alexander
Matip, Job Joel Andre
Mignolet, Simon
*Milner, James Philip
Moreno Perez, Alberto
Pezzini Leiva, Lucas
*Stewart, Kevin Linford
*Sturridge, Daniel
Wijnaldum, Georginio

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Adekanye, Omobolaji Habeeb
Alexander Arnold, Trent
Atherton, Daniel
Awoniyi, Taiwo
Brannagan, Cameron
Brewitt, Tom
Brewster, Rhian
Brimmer, Jake
Camacho, Rafael Euclides Soares
Chirivella Burgos, Pedro
Correia Gomes, Toni
Coyle, Liam
Dhanda, Yan
Driscoll-Glennon, Anthony
Ejaria, Oviemuno
Firth, Andrew
Fulton, Ryan
Garcia Rey, Juan Manuel
Garton, Bradley Kirk
George, Shamal
Gomes Aju, Madger Antonio
Gomez, Joseph David
Grabara, Kamil
Grujic, Marko
Hart, Samuel James
Hunter, Jordan
Jones, Lloyd Richard
Kane, Herbie
Kelleher, Caoimhin
Kent, Ryan
Lattie, Diego Omar
Lennon, Brooks
Lewis, Adam
Lewis, Kane
Masterson, Conor
McAuley, Glen
Millar, Liam
Neves Alves, Paulo Manuel
Ojo, Oluwaseyi
Origi, Divock Okoth
Owens, Kris
Parker, Mich'El
Phillips, Adam Lee
Phillips, Nathaniel Harry
Randall, Connor Steven
Rodrigues De Souza, Allan
Simmonds, Okera
Virtue Thick, Matthew Joseph
Whelan, Corey
Whyte, Harvey
Williams, Ben
Williams, Michael Jordan
Wilson, Harry
Woodburn, Benjamin

Manchester City

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Aguero Del Castillo, Sergio
Bravo Munoz, Claudio Andres
Caballero Lazcano, Wilfredo Daniel
*Clichy, Gael
De Bruyne, Kevin
*Delph, Fabian
Duran, Manuel Agudo
Gundogan, Ilkay
Jimenez Silva, David Josue
Kolarov, Aleksandar
Kompany, Vincent
Luiz Roza, Fernando
Navas, Jesus
Otamendi, Nicolas
Reges, Fernando Francisco
Sagna, Bacary
*Sterling, Raheem Shaquille
*Stones, John
Toure, Gnegneri Yaya
Zabaleta Girod, Pablo Javier

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Abdelkader Diaz, Brahim
Adarabioyo, Tosin
Agyepong, Thomas
Agyiri, Ernest
Ambrose, Thierry
Barker, Brandon Lee
Blackshaw, Lewis Robert
Boadu-Adjei, Denzeil
Bolton, Luke Phillip
Bryan, Kean Shay
Buckley-ricketts, Isaac
Bullock, Callum
Bytyqi, Sinan
Celina, Bersant
Coveney, Joseph Charles
Davenport, Jacob Alexander
Dele-Bashiru, Ayotomiwa Sherif
Denayer, Jason
Diallo, Sadou
Dilrosun, Javairo Joreno Faustino
Duhaney, Demeaco
Esmoris Tasende, Jose Angel
Facey, Shay
Faour, Zackarias
Faupala, David
Fernandes Cantin, Paolo
Fernando De Jesus, Gabriel
Foden, Philip Walter
Francis, Edward Albert
Garcia Alonso, Manuel
Garcia Serrano, Aleix
Garre, Benjamin Antonio
Gonzalez, Lorenzo Jose
Grimshaw, Daniel James
Gunn, Angus Fraser James
Hardy, Joseph Keith
Haug, Christian Kjetil
Herrera Ravelo, Yangel Clemente
Horsfield, James
Humphreys-Grant, Cameron
Iheanacho, Kelechi
Kigbu, Ahogrenashinme
Kongolo, Rodney
Latibeaudiere, Joel Owen
Maffeo Becerra, Pablo
Moreno Duran, Marlos
Muric, Arijanet Anan
Naah, Divine Yelsarmba
Nemane, Aaron Evans
Nmecha, Lukas
Ntcham, Jules Olivier
Nwakali, Chidiebere Chikioke
O'Brien, Billy Thomas
Oliver, Charles William Corrigan
Patching, William Luke
Poveda-Ocampo, Ian Carlo
Pozo La Rosa, Iker
Roberts, Patrick John Joseph
Rosler, Colin
Sancho, Jadon Malik
Sane, Leroy
Sarmiento Martinez, Erik
Smith, Matthew
Smith-Brown, Ashley
Sokol, Pawel Kazimierz
Tanor, Collins
Unal, Enes
Wilson, Tyreke
Wood, Marcus James
Yeboah, Yaw
Zinchenko, Oleksandr

Manchester United

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Bailly, Eric Bertrand
Blind, Daley
*Carrick, Michael
Darmian, Matteo
De Gea Quintana, David
Fellaini-Bakkioui, Marouane
Herrera Aguera, Ander
Ibrahimovic, Zlatan
*Johnstone, Samuel Luke
*Jones, Philip Anthony
*Lingard, Jesse Ellis
Mata Garcia, Juan Manuel
Mkhitaryan, Henrikh
*Pogba, Paul Labile
Rojo, Faustino Marcos Alberto
Romero, Sergio German
*Rooney, Wayne Mark
Schweinsteiger, Bastian
*Smalling, Christopher
Valencia Mosquera, Luis Antonio
*Young, Ashley Simon

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Barlow, Aidan Will
Barrett, Jake George
Bohui, Joshua Raymond
Boonen, Indy Zeb Pepe
Borthwick-Jackson, Cameron Jake
Burkart, Nishan Connell
Castro Pereira, Joel Dinis
Chong, Tahith
Dearnley, Zachary Harry
Diedrick-Roberts, Kayne Leevi
Dunne, Max Edward
Ercolani, Luca
Fojticek, Alex
Fosu-Mensah, Evans Timothy Fosu
Gomes, Adilson Angel Abreu de Almeida
Gribbin, Callum Anthony
Hamilton, Ethan Billy
Harrop, Joshua Andrew
Henderson, Dean Bradley
Hoelgebaum Pereira, Andreas Hugo
Januzaj, Adnan
Johnstone, Max Oliver
Kehinde, Tosin Samuel
Kenyon, Jake Barry
Makela, Faustin
Martial, Anthony Joran
McIntosh-Buffonge, Darren Raekwon
Mctominay, Scott
Mitchell, Demetri Kareem
Moutha-Sebtaoui, Ilias
O'Connor, Lee Patrick
O'Hara, Kieran Michael
Olosunde, Matthew Olawale
Poole, Regan Leslie
Rashford, Marcus
Redmond, Devonte Vincent
Riley, Joe
Scott, Charlie Thomas
Shaw, Luke Paul Hoare
Spratt, Harry
Tanner, George
Tuanzebe, Axel
Warren, Tyrell Nathaniel
Whelan, Callum Tyler
Williams, Ro-Shaun Oman
Willock, Matthew
Wilson, James Antony

Middlesbrough

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
*Bamford, Patrick James
Barragan, Antonio Juan
*Clayton, Adam Stephen
De Roon, Marten Elco
*Downing, Stewart
Espinosa Zuniga, Bernardo Jose
Fischer, Viktor
*Forshaw, Adam
*Friend, George Andrew Jordan
Gestede, Rudy Philippe Michel Camille
*Gibson, Benjamin James
Guedioura, Adlene
Guzan, Bradley Edwin
*Husband, James Andrew
Konstantopoulos, Dimitrios
*Leadbitter, Grant
Negredo Sanchez, Alvaro
*Pereira da Silva, Fabio
Ramirez Pereyra, Gaston Exequiel
*Sanchez Ayala, Daniel
Stuani, Cristhian Ricardo
Valdes Arribas, Victor

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Asiedu, William Opoku
Chambers, Calum
Chapman, Harrison James
Convery, Nathan Rhys
Cook, James Michael
Cooke, Callum James
Cooke, Liam
Coulson, Hayden Ross
Curry, Mitchell
Dale, Nathan
Elsdon, Matthew
Fewster, Bradley William
Fry, Dael Jonathan
Guru, Nathan
Hegarty, Liam Michael
Hemming, Zachary
Holdsworth, Brandon Brian
James, Bradley David
Johnson, Callum Charles
Lambert, Jack
Liddle, Ben George
Malley, Connor
Maloney, Lewis Terence James
McGhee, Jordan
McGinley, Nathan
McGoldrick, Niall Richard
Mondal, Junior
Morelli, Joao Neto
O'Neill, Tyrone
Pattison, Alexander Antony
Pears, Aynsley Alan William
Reading, Patrick James
Renton, Anthony Peter
Silva Torrejon, Pedro
Soisalo, Mikael
Storey, Keiran
Tavernier, Marcus Joseph
Tinkler, Robbie
Traore Diarra, Adama
Wheatley, Josef James
Wilson, Jay Harry
Wilson, Matthew

Southampton

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Alves Soares, Cedric Ricardo
*Austin, Charlie
*Bertrand, Ryan
Boufal, Sofiane
Clasie, Jordy
*Davis, Steven
*Forster, Fraser Gerard
Gabbiadini, Manolo
Gardos, Florin
*Isgrove, Lloyd Jeffrey
*Long, Shane Patrick
Martina, Rhu-endly Aurelio Jean-Carlo
*McCarthy, Alex Simon
Pied, Jeremy
*Redmond, Nathan Daniel Jerome
*Rodriguez, Jay Enriqus
*Stephens, Jack
Tadic, Dusan
*Taylor, Stuart James
Van Dijk, Virgil
Vidal, Oriol Romeu
*Ward-Prowse, James Michael Edward
Yoshida, Maya

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Afolabi, Jonathan
Bakary, Mohamed Richard
Barnes, Marcus Thomas
Bradley Green, Jamie
Cook, Oliver David Paul
Cull, Alexander
Cull, Benjamin Simon
Davis, Harrison
Flannigan, Jake
Freeman, Kieran
Gallagher, Samuel James
Gardner, Oliver
Hale, Harlem
Hamblin, Harry Mark
Hassen, Mouez
Hesketh, Jake Alexander
Hojbjerg, Pierre Emile Kordt
Johnson, Tyreke Martin
Jones, Alfie
Klarer, Christoph
Langan, Connor John
Latham, Kingsley Finn
Lewis, Harry Charles John
Little, Armani
McCarthy, Jason Sean
McQueen, Samuel James
Mdlalose, Siphesihle Thembinkosi
Musendo, Rugare David
Nlundulu, Dan
O'Connor, Thomas James
O'Driscoll, Aaron
Obafemi, Michael Oluwadurotimi
Olomola, Olufela
Osborn, Neal Paul Sean
Parkes, Adam Darren
Reed, Harrison James
Rowthorn, Ben John
Seager, Ryan Paul
Sims, Joshua Samuel
Siu, Javen Michael
Slattery, Callum
Smallbone, William Anthony Patrick
Targett, Matthew Robert
Thomas, Archie Alexander
Valery, Yan
Vokins, Jake
Willard, Harley Bryn
Wood, William Nicholas

Stoke City

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Adam, Charles Graham
Afellay, Ibrahim
*Allen, Joseph Michael
Arnautovic, Marko
*Bachmann, Daniel
*Bardsley, Phillip Anthony
*Berahino, Saido
Bony, Wilfried Guemiand
*Butland, Jack
Cameron, Geoff Scott
*Crouch, Peter James
Diouf, Mame Biram
*Given, Shay John James
*Grant, Lee Anderson
Imbula Wanga, Gilbert
*Ireland, Stephen James
*Johnson, Glen McLeod Cooper
Martins Indi, Rolando Maximiliano
Muniesa Martinez, Marc
Pieters, Erik
Shaqiri, Xherdan
*Shawcross, Ryan James
*Walters, Jonathan Ronald
*Whelan, Glenn David

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Abdallah, Hakim
Allen, Mitchell
Ayoola, Olusola Adeola
Bainbridge, Jack
Balde, Rachid
Banks, Lewis
Butler, James Anthony
Campbell, Tyrese Kai
Cherdieu, Andrew
Da Silva Monteiro, Venancio
Deczki, Mate
Devlin, Jack
Diallo, Mohamed
Donohue, Michael John
Dunwoody, Jake
Dyche, Thomas
Edwards, Liam
Edwards, Thomas Adam
El Ouariachi, Mohamed
Greenidge, Jordan Neil
Gyollai, Daniel
Isted, Harvey James Duke
Jarvis, Daniel Adam
Jokelainen, Niklas Antero
Karamoko, Vazoumana
Lecygne, Eddy
Marques De Almeida Vieira Da Silva, Luis
McJannet, Cameron Allan
Ngoy Bin Cibambi, Julien Fontaine
Read, Harvey Stafford
Russo, Connor Mickel
Shenton, Oliver
Sobhi, Ramadan
Sorensen, Lasse
Souttar, Harry
Sweeney, Ryan Joseph
Szereto, Krisztofer
Taylor, Joel
Telford, Dominic
Twyford, Jacob Thomas
Verlinden, Thibaud
Waddington, Mark Thomas
Wara, Semi Scott

Sunderland

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
*Anichebe, Victor Chinedu
*Borini, Fabio
*Cattermole, Lee Barry
*Defoe, Jermain Colin
Djilobodji, El Hadji Papy Mison
*Gibson, Darron Thomas Daniel
*Honeyman, George Christopher
*Jones, Billy
Khazri, Wahbi
Kirchhoff, Jan Tilman
Kone, Lamine-Gueye
*Larsson, Sebastian Bengt Ulf
*Lawson, Carl
*Lescott, Joleon Patrick
*Love, Donald Alistair
*Mannone, Vito
Manquillo Gaitan, Javier
Ndong, Didier Ibrahim
*O'Shea, John Francis
Oviedo Jimenez, Bryan Josue
*Pickford, Jordan Lee
Pienaar, Steven
*Rodwell, Jack
Simoes Domingues, Michael
*Watmore, Duncan Ian

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Allan, Christopher Mark
Asoro, Joel Joshghene
Bale, Adam James
Beadling, Thomas
Brady, George
Brotherton, Sam
Casey, Dan Patrick
Connelly, Lee John
Connolly, Jack
Denayer, Jason
Diamond, Jack Tyler
Embleton, Elliot John
Gamble, Owen Jay
Gooch, Lynden Jack
Greenwood, Rees
Hackett, Jake Willis
Hickey, Jordan
Hume, Denver Jay
Januzaj, Adnan
Krusnell, Oscar
Ledger, Michael
Maja, Joshua Erowoli
McAughtrie, Fergus David
McNair, Patrick James Coleman
Mgunga-Kimpioka, Benjamin
Molyneux, Luke
Nelson, Andrew George Robert
Pain, Oliver David
Patterson, Anthony
Poame, Jean-Yves
Robson, Ethan
Robson, Joshua Paul
Robson, Thomas
Storey, Alexander Michael
Stryjek, Maksymilian
Talbot, James
Taylor, Brandon Lewis
Woud, Michael Cornelis
Wright, Daniel
Young, Jacob Matthew

Swansea City

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Amat Maas, Jordi
Ayew, Jordan
*Britton, Leon James
*Carroll, Thomas James
*Cork, Jack Frank Porteous
*Dyer, Nathan Antone Jonah
Fabianski, Lukasz
Fer, Leroy
Fernandez, Federico
Fulton, Jay
Gonzalez Tomas, Borja
Ki, Sung Yueng
Kingsley, Stephen
Llorente Torres, Fernando Javier
*Mawson, Alfie Robert John
Montero Vite, Jefferson Antonio
Narsingh, Luciano
*Naughton, Kyle
Nordfeldt, Bo Kristoffer
*Olsson, Martin Tony Waikwa
*Routledge, Wayne Neville Anthony
*Sigurdsson, Gylfi Thor
Tremmel, Gerhard
Van Der Hoorn, Mike Adrianus Wilhelmus
Zaragoza, Angel Rangel

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Berry, Cameron
Bia Bi, Botti Boulenin
Blair, Ryan Dominic
Blake, Matthew
Bray, Alexander George
Byers, George William
Cabango, Benjamin
Cooper, Brandon James
Cooper, Oliver Joseph
Cullen, Liam Jamie
Darame, Causso
Davies, Keston Ellis
Davies, Mael Daniel
Dulca, Marco-Alexandru
Dyson, Thomas Jonathan
Edwards, Liam Rhys
Elliot, Jordan John William
Evans, Jack
Evans, Keiran
Fox, Jack Robert
Garrick, Jordon D'Andre
Grimes, Matthew Jacob
Hanbury, Sean
Hazell, Finley Morgan
Holland, Thomas
James, Daniel
Jefferies, Daniel Rhys
Jones, Jordan Levi
Jones, Owain Rhys
King, Adam
Lang, Alex William
Lewis, Aaron James
Lewis, Joe Cameron
Maric, Adnan
McBurnie, Oliver
Morgan, Ben
Plezier, Tom Pieter
Price, Thomas Owen
Reid, Tyler
Roberts, Connor Richard Jones
Roberts, Matthew Marcus Josef
Rodon, Joseph Peter
Samuel, Alexander Kinloch
Sheehan, Joshua Luke
Thomas, Lewis Rhys
Treacy, Ross Anthony
Vickers, Josh
Williams, Rhydian Iolo
Zabret, Gregor

Tottenham Hotspur

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Alderweireld, Toby Albertine
*Davies, Benjamin Thomas
Dembele, Mousa
Dier, Eric Jeremy Edgar
Eriksen, Christian
Heung-Min, Son
Janssen, Vincent Petrus Anna Sebastiaan
*Kane, Harry
Lamela, Erik
Lloris, Hugo
Lopez Sabata, Pau
*Rose, Daniel Lee
Sissoko, Moussa
*Trippier, Kieran John
Vertonghen, Jan
Vorm, Michel
*Walker, Kyle Andrew
Wanyama, Victor
Wimmer, Kevin

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Alli, Bamidele Jermaine
Amos, Luke Ayodele
Austin, Brandon Anthony
Bennetts, Keanan Chidozie
Brown, Jaden
Carter-Vickers, Cameron
De Bie, Jonathan
Dinzeyi, Jonathan Toko Lema
Duncan, Dylan
Edwards, Marcus
Eyoma, Timothy Joel
Freeman, Charlie
Georgiou, Anthony Michael
Glover, Thomas William
Goddard, Cy
Gonzalez Velasco, Juan Pablo
Griffiths, Reo Revaldo
Harrison, Shayon
Hinds, Tariq Devontae Aaron
Lesniak, Filip
Lock, Matthew Joseph
Loft, Ryan
Maghoma, Christian
Marsh, George Owen
Mcdermott, Thomas William
McGee, Luke Paul
Miller, William
Mukena, Joy-Richard
Muscatt, Joseph Luis
Nkoudou Mbida, Georges-Kevin
Oakley-Boothe, Tashan
Oduwa, Nathan
Ogilvie, Connor Stuart
Omolabi, Moroyin
Onomah, Joshua
Oteh, Aramide Jay
Owens, Charlie
Pritchard, Joe Cameron
Reynolds, Jamie Joe
Roles, Jack
Shashoua, Samuel
Sterling, Kazaiah
Stylianides, Zenon
Tanganga, Japhat Manzambi
Tracey, Shilow
Tsaroulla, Nicholas
Walker-Peters, Kyle
Walkes, Anton
Whiteman, Alfie
Winks, Harry

Watford

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Amrabat, Noureddine
Arlauskis, Giedrius
Behrami, Valon
Britos Cabrera, Miguel Angel
Capoue, Etienne
*Cathcart, Craig George
Cholevas, Chose Loint
*Cleverley, Thomas William
*Deeney, Troy Matthew
Doucoure, Abdoulaye
*Gilmartin, Rene
Gomes, Heurelho da Silva
Janmaat, Daryl
Kabasele, Christian
Kaboul, Younes
*Mariappa, Adrian Joseph
Niang, M'Baye Babacar
Okaka, Stefano Chuka
Pantilimon, Costel Fane
Prodl, Sebastian
*Watson, Ben
Zarate, Mauro Matias
Zuniga, Juan Camilo

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Adedeji, Jubril
Adeyemo, Ola
Agbo, Uche Henry
Bannister, Charlie Brendan Alec
Becerra Maya, Juan Camillo
Cabrera, Jesus Cruz
Charles, Ashley James
Eleftheriou, Andrew
Empson, Bradley
Estupinan Tenorio, Pervis Josue
Folivi, Michael Kwaku
Forster, Harry James
Gartside, Nathan James
Huja, Marian
Jakubiak, Alexander Louis
Johnson, Treon Joval
Jones, Ben Anthony
Kaikay, Yazid
Lacy, Jamie Sebastian
Lewis, Dennon Elliot
Mason, Brandon Alexander
Montenegro Zuniga, Eduardo Antonio
Mukena, Joy-Richard
Obi, Ogochukwu Alexander
Oulare, Mamadou Obbi
Ovenden, Rhyle
Penaranda Maestre, Adalberto
Pereira, Dion Enrico
Roe, Joshua Dylan
Rogers, Louis Ronald
Rowan, Charles Alfred
Ryan, Maximillian Medwyn Richard John
Sesay, David Junior Deen
Sinclair, Jerome Terence
Stevens, Connor John
Stewart, Carl Leon
Stray, Reece Daniel
Success Ajayi, Isaac
Thomas, Andrew Delmos

West Bromwich Albion

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
*Brunt, Christopher
Chadli, Nacer
*Dawson, Craig
*Evans, Jonathan Grant
*Fletcher, Darren Barr
*Foster, Ben
*Livermore, Jake Cyril
McAuley, Gareth Gerald
McClean, James Joseph
*Morrison, James Clark
*Myhill, Glyn Oliver
Nyom, Allan
Olsson, Jonas
*Phillips, Matthew
*Robson-Kanu, Thomas Hal
Rondon, Jose Solomon
*Wilson, Marc David
Yacob, Claudio

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Artymatas, Panagiotis
Barbir, Daniel
Berkeley-Agyepong, Jacob Kwame
Biddle, Bobbie
Bradley, Alex
Campbell, Tahvon
Chambers, Maurice Jack
Clayton-Phillips, Nicholas
Donnellan, Shaun
Dool, Sameron
Edwards, Kyle Hakeem
Elbouzedi, Zachary
Field, Samuel
Fitzwater, Jack Joseph
Forss, Marcus
Galloway, Brendan Joel Zibusiso
Hall, Myles
Harper, Rekeem
Healy, Kevin
Holsgrove, Kieran
House, Bradley Roy
Howkins, Kyle
Jones, Callam
Keranovic, Jasmin
Leko, Jonathan Kisolokele
McCourt, Jack
McCourt, Robbie
Melbourne, Max
Meredith, Daniel William
Morrison, Taylor
Morton, Callum Damian Peter
Nabi, Rahis
O'Shea, Dara
Palmer, Alexander
Pierce, Evan
Piggott, Jordan Christian John
Pritchatt, Callum George
Przybek, Adam
Roberts, Tyler
Rose, Jack Joseph
Ross, Ethan Walker
Scrivens, Chay
Smith, James
Soleman, Aram
Sweeney, Bradley Stuart
Walker, Cameron
Wilding, Samuel
Wilson, Kane
Wright, Andre

West Ham United

25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
*Antonio, Michail Gregory
Arbeloa Coca, Alvaro
Ayew, Andre Morgan Rami
*Byram, Samuel Mark
Calleri, Jonathan
*Carroll, Andrew Thomas
*Collins, James Michael
*Cresswell, Aaron
Feghouli, Sofiane
Fonte, Jose Miguel
Kouyate, Cheikhou
Lanzini, Manuel
Masuaku Kawela, Fuka-Arthur
*Noble, Mark James
*Nordtveit, Havard
Obiang Avomo, Pedro Mba
Ogbonna, Obinze Angelo
*Randolph, Darren Edward Andrew
Reid, Winston Wiremu
Sakho, Diafra
San Miguel Del Castillo, Adrian
Snodgrass, Robert
Spiegel, Raphael Simon
*Westley, Samuel Edward

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Akinola, Olatunji Oluwasehun
Barrett, Mason
Browne, Marcus Alexander
Burke, Reece
Coventry, Conor
Cullen, Joshua Jon
Diangana, Grady
Dobson, George David
Fernandes Ribeiro, Edimilson
Fletcher, Ashley Michael
Ford, Samuel George
Gordon, Jaanai Derece
Hamilton, Malyk
Hector-Ingram, Jahmal Justin
Hendrie, Stephen
Henry, Korrey
Holland, Nathan Elliot
Howes, Samuel Scott
Johnson, Benjamin
Kemp, Daniel
Knoyle, Kyle
Lewis, Alfie
Longelo-Mbule, Rosaire
Makasi, Kusu Moses
Martinez Lopez, Antonio
Matrevics, Rihards
Neufville, Vashon
Oxford, Reece Joel
Parfitt-Williams, Djair Terraii Carl
Pask, Joshua David
Pike, Alexander George
Powell, Joe
Quina, Domingos
Rice, Declan
Samuelsen, Martin
Scully, Anthony Richard
Sylvestre, Noha
Trott, Nathan Wallace Newman
Wells, Ben

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England captain Harry Kane scores late goal to save the match against Scotland on his debut as skipper

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Arsenal striker Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain opened the scoring for England. Just in time, England Captain Harry Kane volleyed in an injury-time equalizer to tie the score against the Scots 2-2 after Scotland striker Leigh Griffiths came through with two superlative free kicks that looked like legend-making magic to Scottish fans as the strikes went to the right and left of England super goalie No.1, Joe Hart.  Scotland were ever so close to their first win over the auld enemy since 1999 - their first at Hampden since 1985. Gordon Strachan’s Scotland side almost tasted victory against their arch-rivals England, but instead, two precious World Cup points went up in smoke. England’s long unbeaten record in World Cup qualification matches continues! Buy all World Cup 2018 Russia tickets for England from LiveFootballTickets.com!

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Scotland goals: Griffiths (87’min, 90’min)
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England goalkeepers (Burnley's) Tom Heaton and (Stoke's) Jack Butland will each play a half for England against France on Tuesday at the Stade de France in Paris in their upcoming International friendly against France.England No.1 goalkeeper Joe Hart, who conceded two late free-kicks against Scotland in the World Cup 2018 First Round qualifier on Saturday in Glasgow will not travel to Paris with the first team for the friendly against France.

"It was never my intention to play Joe in this game," said England manager Gareth Southgate before the match in Paris.

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England Captain Harry Kane volleys in an injury-time equalizer to tie score against Scotland 2-2

Tottenham Hotspur star striker Harry Kane will remain captain after leading his England side as they drew 2-2 with Scotland in a fight to the finish on Saturday. In his past four appearances for club and country combined, Harry Kane has scored nine goals.

Thirty-one-year-old Heaton will make his debut start for England in a career that has seen him play in all four divisions in England. Heaton did not feature on the first team at Manchester United and has since played for Swindon, Antwerp, Cardiff, QPR, Rochdale, Wycombe and Bristol City as well as the Clarets.

Heaton will be winning his third cap for England with both of his previous appearances coming off the bench.

"Obviously I have played across all four divisions, the ambition never left me, that hunger to play for England," Heaton said. "It might have felt, for other people, a long way off at certain times, playing down in League Two, but I never lost that belief."

Manchester City goalkeeper Hart played the full 90 minutes at Hampden Park, giving up two late free kicks from Scotland’s Leigh Griffiths.

After the match, Southgate was asked if Hart was at fault for the goals.

"They were great free-kicks. Beyond that, coaching conversations I have with players stay private,” said Southgate. "If we go down that route then it's not the right thing to do. I go back to the concession of free-kicks being the starting point. There are many areas we could have done better."

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Thirty-year-old Joe Hart has won 71 caps for England. However, Hart faces fierce competition from Butland, Heaton, and Southampton's Fraser Forster to keep his No.1 shirt.

"You need to give players the opportunity," said Southgate. "In the past, one or two keepers have given up international football because they've not had that chance, so I'm conscious of keeping players involved."

Butland returned to active play in late April after being sidelined with a fractured ankle while on England duty in March 2016.

"We think he can also challenge for the number one spot,” said Southgate. "It is a difficult call on Fraser, who is also a very good keeper. With those four and [Sunderland's] Jordan Pickford, plus a couple of lads coming up potentially from the Championship next year, we are very healthy."

England’s clash with France on Tuesday will be the first senior England fixture with a video assistant referee. The use of VARs is being trialed by world governing body Fifa and may feature in next year's World Cup. Italian Davide Massa will referee the match, with two conventional assistant referees.

The Oasis song Don't Look Back in Anger will be played before the game as the French pay their respects to those killed in the recent attacks in London and Manchester. Fans will hold up red and white placards to form the England flag as the song is played just before the players emerge from the tunnel. Both teams will wear black armbands and a minute's silence will also be observed prior to the match.

England have won only one of their past six away games against France (D1 L4) - a 1-0 win under Glenn Hoddle in June 1997. However, they did win their last meeting with Les Bleus, in a friendly at Wembley in November 2015 (2-0).

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JUN 10 2017 World Cup 2018 Qualifiers Scotland 2-2 England Hampden Park - Glasgow, United Kingdom

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England captain Harry Kane scores late goal to save the match on his debut as skipper

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Scotland’s Leigh Griffiths celebrates after coming through with two superlative free kicks

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Harry Kane to captain for England in World Cup qualifier against Scotland

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Harry Kane to captain for England in World Cup qualifier against Scotland at Hampden Park in Glasgow on Saturday

Tottenham Hotspur superstar striker Harry Kane poses with his second Premier League Golden Boot award. Kane scored 29 Premier League goals to win Golden Boot

World Cup 2018 Qualifiers Group F leaders England are 6 points clear of 4th-placed Scotland with five games remaining in the group stage. England play Scotland on Saturday with Harry Kane as captain, and face France in a friendly three days later.

“We’re focusing on us, what we’re good at. We know the environment we’re coming into. We know the strengths and weaknesses of the opposition. We’re clear on how we want to play, and how to react in certain moments of the game to get the win. Harry Kane has super leadership qualities, a strong mentality. He wants to be one of the best players in the world and you can’t have too many players like that in your team, said England manager Gareth Southgate before the clash.”

"I wanted to give him that boost," added Southgate. "He was pretty chuffed. It's a great honor. We have several players who have excellent leadership qualities," continued Southgate. "Harry is a player who we have worked with in the Under-21s before. He's got a terrific mentality and I know he is delighted to be leading the team."

Harry Kane came off the bench to score in the 4-0 Euro 2016 qualifying win at Wembley after replacing Wayne Rooney. Kane is determined to work goalkeepers - Kane has an amazing 51 goals in 2 seasons. He works incredibly hard at his game. 

Tottenham Hotspur’s superstar striker Harry Kane will captain the Three Lions at Hampden in Saturday's World Cup qualifier at Hampden Park. It will be Kane’s first appearance for England since September 2016 due to injury. England’s last permanent skipper was Manchester United superstar Wayne Rooney who has been omitted from the squad for the Scotland match. Kane will be making his 18th appearance for his country, having made his debut for the England senior side against Lithuania with boss Roy Hodgson on March 27, 2015. Kane who is England's 119thcaptain scored 35 goals in 38 league and cup appearances for Premier League runners-up Spurs in 2016-17.

Harry Kane’s England team-mate Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana was delighted about Southgate’s decision.

"I'm absolutely delighted for Harry,” said Lallana. “I've been so impressed by him. He's demonstrated why he's one of the world's best players."

Kane’s is not a permanent appointment as England’s manager. Gareth Southgate stressed that he is developing a group of five or six leaders who can play that role for England in addition to Rooney and Kane.

Wayne Rooney, 31, is England's all-time leading goal-scorer with 53 goals in 119 appearances.

"Wayne is a massive influence around the whole squad," said Manchester United teenager teammate Marcus Rashford. "He still has a lot to do in his career. There's still a lot of trophies he'll hope to be playing for. Knowing Wayne, it's nowhere near over."

Rooney did not feature in England's previous squad in March because he was not fully fit after a leg injury.

Rashford scored on his England debut in a 2-1 victory against Australia last May. Rashford’s inclusion in the senior squad for the Scotland match means he will miss this summer's Under-21 European Championship. The FA has said that young players need tournament experience. To date, Rashford has won eight caps. Rashford played 58 games for United and England this season, scoring 11 goals, having broken into his club's first-team the last term and been part of the Three Lions' Euro 2016 squad.

"We both look at it on the same side of things, so it's important to be on the same page," said Rashford about his boss. "Whatever age group you're called up to, it's important to have the mindset that you're going to achieve great things.To me, I have not been fast-tracked, there's been a lot of games. I feel comfortable in the position I'm in. England and United have both dealt with it in a positive way and they are dealing with the situation well. A lot of it is mental. If you prepare yourself mentally the right way then physically you'll be able to push yourself through it."

Rashford who featured in 53 games for Manchester United this season, started in Manchester United's Europa League Final 2017 win against Ajax.

"To me, I already know it is happening because I'm working hard in training every day," said Rashford. "I can see the development in myself, but for me to be playing and scoring goals is proof. It's a process and you have to believe in the process and buy into it. There are times you think you should be pushing and doing more, but in reality you should be patient. My all-around game has gone to another level and the way my brain thinks when I'm in certain situations on the pitch is different to what it was a year ago."

"It possibly will be one of the toughest I've faced so far," Rashford said of the Hampden crowd. "For me, I'm hoping so because it's another experience I can tick off the list."

"This is a wonderful occasion, but I’ve not spoken too much about that. They’ll feel that atmosphere when they get out. I don’t think I can describe it to them until they get out there, they’ll have to discover that for themselves. The lads have made me feel confident that we can do something today and put in a performance. They will show that to the fans today," said Gordon Strachan, Scotland manager before the game.”

Scotland v England Squads

Scotland

Gordon, Berra, Mulgrew, Robertson, Tierney, Brown, Armstrong, Anya, Snodgrass, Griffiths, Morrison. Subs: Marshall, McArthur, Naismith, Bannan, Darren Fletcher, Forrest, Russell Martin, Chris Martin, Fraser, Cairney, Reynolds, Hamilton.

England

Hart, Walker, Cahill, Smalling, Bertrand, Rashford, Lallana, Dier, Alli, Livermore, Kane. Subs: Forster, Trippier, Lingard, Gibson, Stones, Jones, Defoe, Sterling, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Cresswell, Heaton, Butland.

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Group A

Netherlands, France, Sweden, Bulgaria, Belarus, Luxembourg

Group B

Portugal, Switzerland, Hungary, Faroe Islands, Latvia, Andorra 

Group C

Germany, Czech Republic, Northern Ireland, Norway, Azerbaijan, San Marino

Group D

Wales, Austria, Serbia, Republic of Ireland, Moldova, Georgia

Group E

Romania, Denmark, Poland, Montenegro, Armenia, Kazakhstan

Group F

England, Slovakia, Scotland, Slovenia, Lithuania, Malta

Group G

Spain, Italy, Albania, Israel, FYR Macedonia, Liechtenstein

Group H

Belgium, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Greece, Estonia, Cyprus

Group I

Croatia, Iceland, Ukraine, Turkey, Finland

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