Gareth Southgate will take charge of the England Under-21s for the first time in front of a home crowd when they take on their Lithuanian counterparts in a European Championship qualifier at Portman Road tomorrow night.
The young Lions are unbeaten under Southgate's guidance, having drawn 1-1 in Finland before recording a 4-0 victory over San Marino.
Harry Kane netted a hat-trick in that fixture and is expected to lead the line this time around. However, Southgate will have to make do without Raheem Sterling because the Liverpool winger has been called up to the senior squad by Roy Hodgson.
That has brought a host of players into contention, but Manchester United's Jesse Lingard, who is currently on loan with Birmingham City, has been heavily tipped to feature. Elsewhere, Southgate is not expected to make too many changes to his starting lineup.
Possible starting lineups
England: Butland; Jenkinson, Stones, Keane, Dier; Ince, Morrison, Ward-Prowse, Carroll, Lingard; Kane
Lithuania: Lidakevicius; Pilotas, Girdvainis, Isoda, Veliulis; Birskys, Dapkus, Beneta, Verbickas; Norvilas, Spalvis
Sports Mole says: 3-0