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Team News: England make five changes for World Cup qualifying showdown with Scotland

Team News: England make five changes in Scotland
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England ring the changes for their showdown with Scotland at Hampden Park.

England manager Gareth Southgate has made five changes from his last competitive international for today's World Cup qualifying clash with Scotland.

Captain Harry Kane is in the attack with Marcus Rashford providing support in a wide role, while there is a start for West Bromwich Albion's Jake Livermore in midfield.

There are two changes in defence as centre-backs Chris Smalling and Gary Cahill have made the starting XI for the Group F clash at Hampden Park.

Hosts Scotland have made two changes from the side that produced a vital win over Slovenia last time out, with Christophe Berra of Hearts being drafted into the rearguard and James Forrest in midfield.

Ikechi Anya and Russell Martin are the ones to make way.

Scotland: Gordon; Tierney, Berra, Mulgrew, Robertson; Brown, Morrison, Forrest, Armstrong, Snodgrass; Griffiths
Subs: Hamilton, Marshall, R. Martin, Reynolds, Bannan, D. Fletcher, McArthur, Cairney, Fraser, Forrest, C. Martin, Naismith

England: Hart; Walker, Cahill, Smalling, Bertrand; Livermore, Dier, Lallana, Alli; Rashford, Kane
Subs: Forster, Trippier, Lingard, Gibson, Stones, Jones, Defoe, Sterling, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Cresswell, Heaton, Butland

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