Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham have once again been called up to the England senior squad, as Gareth Southgate prepares for games against Iceland and Denmark next month.
England kickstarts their UEFA Nations League campaign with a trip to Iceland, who infamously knocked them out of Euro 2016 the last time the two sides met. This is then followed three days later with a game against Denmark. Southgate will be desperate to get off to a winning start as his young England outfit face stiff competition from Belgium in their battle to win the group.
Both Abraham and Mount have already made their bows at senior level for England, with the pair having racked up ten appearances between them thus far.
Abraham made his debut in November 2017 in a 0-0 draw against Germany at Wembley, whilst Mount only recently received his first international cap as a result of his promotion to the Chelsea first team this season.
Despite this Mount has to date made more appearances for England (6), and he capped this with a first international goal against Kosovo. Abraham too has recently got off the mark for England.
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