RB) Kyle Walker
We expect Walker to be given his chance to stake his claim for the right-back spot with Nathaniel Clyne rested to the bench.
CB) Gary Cahill
Roy Hodgson is still looking for the best central defensive partner for the Chelsea man.
CB) Chris Smalling
With his club teammate Phil Jones starting ahead of him against Lithuania last Friday, Smalling should be given a chance to impress against the Italians.
LB) Kieran Gibbs
With first choice left-back Leighton Baines ruled out through injury, the Arsenal man should get the number three shirt ahead of Ryan Bertrand.