Will Harry Winks Make His England Debut

Harry Winks set for England debut tonight after four Premier League starts for Tottenham.

21-year-old Winks was called up to the England squad following the withdrawal of Fabian Delph and Phil Jones due to injury and we are betting with will be the first of many  caps the talented midfielder with receive.

The Tottenham midfielder has only made four Premier League starts, but could be set for his international debut after an impressive start to his Spurs career.

A number of player have made fewer starts than Winks before being called up to the senior England side with six other players making less:

Dele Ali (Tottenham Hotspur, 3 starts) Made his England debut after just three Premier League starts following his move from MK Dons. Now one of England’s star players and will be defiantly going to the World Cup.

Nathaniel Chalobah (Watford, 3 starts) Made his England under-16 debut at the age of 13 and his England under-17 debut aged 14, winning 2010 UEFA European Under-17 Championship and later captaining the team at the age of 15.

Moved to Waford this summer from Chelsea in search of game time and was called up to the England squad for the first time three starts later but has yet to make his debut.

Adam Lallana (Southampton, 3 starts) Now at Liverpool, Lallana was first called up by England while at Southampton after their promotion back to the top flight. Now a squad regular.

Jesse Lingard (Manchester United, 3 starts) Lingard received his first call-up to the full England squad in November 2015, making his made his debut against Malta almost a year later. Now a squad regular with United and England.

Raheem Sterling (Liverpool, 2 starts) Made his senior debut for England in 2012 against Sweden. Has now become one of Englands start men and is now scoring lots of goals for Manchester City.

Theo Walcott (Arsenal, 0 starts) A surprise inclusion in Sven-Göran Eriksson’s squad for the 2006 World Cup after just 13 appearances in senior football and none since joining Arsenal from Southampton. Became England’s youngest ever player when he played against Hungary at Old Trafford aged 17 years and 75 days.

If the youngster continues the season they why he has started his will hope to make the final England World Cup squad with the likes of Jack Wilshere and Ross Barkley struggling with injury and form.




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