Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy will start up front for England against Spain on Tuesday night, according to the Express.
The 29-year-old, who has 13 international caps for the Three Lions and was part of the England squad at Euro 2016 this summer, is set to lead the hosts’ frontline ahead of the likes of Daniel Sturridge and Marcus Rashford.
Vardy, who won the 2015/16 Premier League title with Leicester City, has scored three goals and provided three assists in 17 appearances in all competitions for The Foxes so far this season.
Despite the forward seemingly unable to rediscover last term’s devastating form in front of goal, England’s interim boss Gareth Southgate, who is set to land the managerial job on a permanent basis, is ready to unleash the Leicester star on Spain tonight as the final international break of 2016 draws to a close.
The report adds that Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana will start in the number 10 role, whilst Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling and Manchester United’s Jesse Lingard will play either side of Vardy up front.