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England U21's At Walsall On Tuesday Night


England Under 21's match with Sweden will take place at Banks's Stadium this Tuesday (Kick Off 7.30pm) as Stuart Pearce's men prepare for Euro 2013.

The match will be shown live on ESPN

The Football Association are celebrating their 150th anniversary this year, as we are celebrating our 125th.

Stuart Pearce said '2012 was a good year for us,' 'Defensively we were very strong not conceding a goal, while we created a lot of chances.

'The squad evolved too, so we saw a lot of players during the year illustrating the depth we have.

'We hope the game in Walsall will give us the chance to start this year where we left off in November as we build towards Israel.'

We hope as many Saddlers fans can attend.

Fans can get tickets to watch England`s young stars for the terrific price of just 10 for adults, 5 for children and a family ticket (two adults and two children) is only 20.

Tickets can be purchased by calling 01922 651416 or via the official Walsall FC website.

The England Under 21 Squad

Goalkeepers
Ben Amos (Manchester United), Declan Rudd (Norwich City), Jason Steele (Middlesbrough)

Defenders
Ryan Bennett (Norwich City), Nathaniel Clyne (Southampton), Craig Dawson (Bolton Wanderers - loan from West Brom), Phil Jones (Manchester United), Tom Lees (Leeds United), Jack Robinson (Liverpool), Luke Shaw (Southampton), Adam Smith (Millwall - loan from Tottenham Hotspur), Andre Wisdom (Liverpool)

Midfielders
Nat Chalobah (Watford - loan from Chelsea), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Will Hughes (Derby County), Henri Lansbury (Nottingham Forest), Jason Lowe (Blackburn Rovers), Josh McEachran (Middlesbrough - loan from Chelsea), Jonjo Shelvey (Liverpool), Raheem Sterling (Liverpool)

Forwards
Benik Afobe (Bolton Wanderers - loan from Arsenal), Tom Ince (Blackpool), Connor Wickham (Sunderland), Wilfred Zaha (Crystal Palace - loan from Manchester United)




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Writer: Kev Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 1 2013

Time: 11:33AM

 

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