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England will begin their real preparations for Euro 2016 when they travel to Alicante to face Spain later this evening.
Roy Hodgson’s side enjoyed a stunning 10 game run during the qualifiers, becoming one of the first nations to qualify and winning all their games.
Their form has been in stark contrast to their performances at the 2014 World cup, where they exited at the group stages and with no major stars in the team, compared to the Golden Lion’s era, Hodgson has been going about his business quietly.
Spurs defender-cum-midfielder Eric Dier could make his debut after a first call up while Jamie Vardy will be out to build on his impressive scoring run of late.
The former Fulham manager is likely to tinker with his side for the clash with the Spanish.
The Leicester star has scored in his last 9 Premier League appearances and is the current top scorer in the Premier League.
Vardy along with Harry Kane and Wayne Rooney are the attacking options available for the clash with Raheem Sterling, Adam Lallana and Ross Barkley the creative talents in the squad.
John Stones and Fabian Delph are back in the squad after injuries however Liverpool trio James Milner, Daniel Sturridge and Jordan Henderson all miss out.
Jack Butland could get the chance to oust Joe Hart from the number one jersey while Ryan Bertrand is favourite to get the left back berth ahead of Kieran Gibbs.
Spain for their part have some key men out with Sergio Ramos, David Silva and Juanfran all unavailable although Diego Costa returns after missing the last two internationals. Alvaro Morato and Paco Alcacer are also in contention to start up-front.
The last time England played Spain away they lost 2-0 however over their 23 meetings, the Three Lions have been the stronger force, winning 13 of their clashes.