In-form Crystal Palace defender Tyrick Mitchell is in line for an England name up after accidents in Gareth Southgate’s England squad.
Southgate initially opted to not decide Mitchell in his England squad to face Switzerland and the Ivory Coast, however following accidents to Trent Alexander-Arnold and Reece James, Mitchell might now earn his first senior name up in keeping with the Daily Mail.
Mitchell, 22, has been one among England’s kind gamers during the last season, along with his defensive exploits at Crystal Palace incomes him widespread reward.
The present England squad solely possesses one left-back, that being Man United’s Luke Shaw, who has not too long ago struggled for recreation time following a spell with Covid-19. There are two right-backs within the squad however each are actually doubts for the video games, with Alexander-Arnold sustaining a hamstring harm and James struggling a set-back after getting back from harm.
Mitchell leads the Premier League for defensive third tackles, ranks third general for tackles – with the second finest sort out success charge towards dribblers – and is second for tackles and interceptions marking out his credentials as a grasp defensive full-back.
There have been plenty of controversial omissions from Southgate’s squad, together with former Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori, so these accidents might reward the AC Milan CB a call-up too.