Hawthorns keeper gets the nod as former Old Trafford shot-stopper sent back to St Andrews.
West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Scott Carson has been called up to replace Ben Foster for tomorrow’s Euro 2012 qualifier against Wales.
Birmingham City’s Foster is ruled out with a throat infection he picked up yesterday.
The England medical staff let the 27-year-old try and sleep it off but there was no improvement and was sent back to St Andrews to recover.
Carson got the nod from Fabio Capello over Fulham’s David Stockdale as England’s third-choice keeper behind Joe Hart and Robert Green.
The 25-year-old will be best rememebered in an England shirt for his howler against Croatia at Wembley in 2007.
On his full debut he gifted the visitors a goal in the make-or-break EURO 2008 qualifier which England went on to lose 3-2.
Capello has selected to play him just the once since then, in a friendly victory over Germany in November 2008.