Fabio Capello has named Gary Neville and Paul Robinson in his squad for England's upcoming World Cup qualifiers.
The Three Lions will be looking to maintain their 100 per cent record in Group Six when they face Kazakhstan on 6th June and Andorra four days later.
Capello will be without injured players such as Stewart Downing and goalkeeping duo David James and Ben Foster.
He has chosen Robinson, Robert Green and Scott Carson as his three keepers, while experienced defender Neville is included for the first time since Capello replaced Steve McClaren 18 months ago.
Shaun Wright-Phillips has made the cut despite carrying an injury, while fellow wingers Theo Walcott and Ashley Young are also back in the fold.
West Ham's Carlton Cole and Jermain Defoe of Tottenham will vie for striking roles with Peter Crouch, Emile Heskey and Wayne Rooney.
Carson (West Brom); Green (West Ham); Robinson (Blackburn); Bridge (Man City), A Cole (Chelsea), Ferdinand (Man Utd), Johnson (Portsmouth), Lescott (Everton), Neville (Man Utd), Terry (Chelsea), Upson (West Ham); Barry (Aston Villa), Beckham (LA Galaxy), Carrick (Man Utd), Gerrard (Liverpool), Lampard (Chelsea), Walcott (Arsenal), Wright-Phillips (Man City), Young (Aston Villa); C Cole (West Ham), Crouch (Portsmouth), Defoe (Tottenham), Heskey (Aston Villa), Rooney (Man Utd).