Both Manchester City and Southampton right-backs are set to make their England debuts in the Euro 2016 qualifier against Switzerland. While Guehi has been in the national team for several seasons‚ he has only recently been called up to the first team. Meanwhile‚ Walker-Peters was called up on Monday after a number of players pulled out through injury. This means that the two have both been given the chance to make their England debuts. Marc Guehi is set to make his England debut against Switzerland on Saturday‚ while Kyle Walker-Peters is set to make his first cap against the Swiss. Despite only being called up on Monday‚ Walker-Peters was the only player to fit in the last minute and has earned a place in the squad. He is a centre-back and has been named as the centre-back ahead of Reece James‚ who departed for Chelsea this summer. Both Kyle Walker-Peters and Marc Guehi have only been called up recently‚ and they are expected to make their debuts against Switzerland. Unlike the midfielders who have been in the squad for the previous three years‚ both of these players will be making their first senior international appearances. This is a huge step for the team‚ especially given the lack of experience the newcomers have. Gareth Southgate is always willing to experiment‚ and this is one of the reasons why he has so many back-up players for the World Cup. Among those making their debuts against Switzerland are Ashley Young‚ whose goalkeeping abilities have been impressive. Despite his relatively recent call-up‚ he is the only fit right-back in the squad. However‚ Guehi was not included in Southgate's initial 25-man squad‚ meaning he will have to start against Switzerland. Against Switzerland‚ Guehi will play alongside Kyle Walker-Peters and Ashley Williams. The three players are part of an experiment to see which combination is best for the World Cup. Both players have been tipped for England debuts. The former has been named in the first team and has won the FIFA U20 World Cup with the national team. The latter is likely to be included in the second team‚ while Guehi was called on Monday and will only feature in the side after injuries. The latter is the only player to be named in the original 25-man squad‚ but both will be in the starting line-up against Switzerland. Both Kyle Walker-Peters and Marc Guehi have been called up to the finals for both of the World Cup qualifiers. The latter has only been called up this week after being included in the first team's 25-man squad. And in addition to these two players‚ there are still some other players who were not originally selected for the finals. They will only be available for the match against Switzerland and Ireland. Both players have been included in the original 25-man squad. The Crystal Palace centre-back Guehi was promoted from the Under-21 side and was selected for the match against Switzerland after a summer move to Crystal Palace from Chelsea. Despite not having any experience in international football‚ Guehi is set to be part of a revamped England defense. They are both keen to make their first international appearance and Gareth Southgate has shown that he is willing to try various options to make his team stronger. While Guehi and Walker-Peters were not initially part of the original 25-man squad‚ they were both called up on Monday following injury withdrawals from the first team. The latter made his England debut for the first time on Monday and will make his Three Lions debut against Switzerland on Tuesday. They are expected to make their debuts for the national team against Switzerland.
Marc Guehi and Kyle Walker-Peters both set for England debuts
Sunday, March 27, 2022