Internationals - Monday action, Tuesday preview
08 September 2015|Tottenham Hotspur
Dele Alli and Eric Dier helped England Under-21s get their UEFA Euro 2017 qualifying campaign off to the perfect start in Norway on Monday.
The pair started in Drammen as a penalty in the first half from Southampton's James Ward-Prowse proved enough for a 1-0 victory.
Eric started in central defence as the Young Lions were put under plenty of pressure but held firm. Dele, playing his first U21 qualfying match, was substituted at half-time.
Josh Onomah was on target as England Under-19s drew 1-1 against Croatia in Zagreb. Trailing to a first half penalty, the midfielder fired home 18 minutes from time. Josh played 84 minutes while team-mate Kyle Walker-Peters completed the full 90.
Harry Winks played 86 minutes and went close in the first half as England Under-20s saw a lot of the ball and created plenty of chances only to fall to a 1-0 friendly defeat against the Czech Republic at Shrewsbury's Greenhous Meadow.
In senior action, Hugo Lloris captained France and played the full 90 minutes as Les Blues overcame Serbia 2-1 in Bordeaux.
Below: Harry Winks in action for England Under-20s against the Czech Republic
Harry Kane and Ryan Mason will aim to help England maintain their 100 per cent in Euro 2016 qualifying Group E against Switzerland at Wembley tonight (Tuesday, September 8, 7.45pm).
Harry was on target as the Three Lions secured their place in next summer's finals in France with a 6-0 win in San Marino on Saturday, making it sevens wins out of seven so far.
Kevin Wimmer is in the Austria squad for a huge qualifier against Sweden - Austria top Group G and need just one more point to secure a place in France. Sweden are currently a distant second.
Staying in Europe and Milos Veljkovic is with the Serbia Under-21 squad for a Euro 2017 qualifier against Lithuania.
DeAndre Yedlin is in the USA squad for a high-profile friendly against Brazil at Boston's Gillette Stadium in the early hours of Wednesday morning. Erik Lamela is also Stateside as Argentina face Mexico in a friendly in Dallas.
Staying with America, Cameron Carter-Vickers is in the US Under-23 squad for a friendly against Qatar at Bury's Gigg Lane.