Jarrod Bowen and James Justin have both been handed their England debuts for Saturday's UEFA Nations League clash with Hungary.
West Ham United's Bowen and Leicester City's Justin both earned their maiden call-ups for June's matches, and Gareth Southgate has placed his faith in the duo from the off in Budapest.
Bowen has taken advantage of Phil Foden's absence to join Harry Kane and Mason Mount in the attack, with Raheem Sterling fit enough for a place on the bench alongside Jack Grealish.
Justin's first start sees him occupy the left-wing back role for the Three Lions, with Trent Alexander-Arnold on the opposite flank ahead of Reece James.
Declan Rice and Jude Bellingham pair up in the middle for England, who have opted for three centre-backs in spite of Marc Guehi and Fikayo Tomori's injury problems.
Conor Coady, Harry Maguire and Kyle Walker link up in front of Jordan Pickford, who retains control of the gloves despite the continued threat of Aaron Ramsdale.
England starting lineup: Pickford; Alexander-Arnold, Walker, Maguire, Coady, Justin; Rice, Bellingham; Bowen, Mount; Kane
Subs: Pope, Ramsdale, James, Trippier, Stones, Phillips, Ward-Prowse, Gallagher, Saka, Grealish, Sterling, Abraham