Harry Kane could miss England’s upcoming Nations League clash with Belgium after suffering a muscle injury in training.
The England captain was handed a rest as Gareth Southgate’s men put three goals past Wales in a one-sided friendly on Thursday night and Dominic Calvert-Lewin impressed in his place up front.
It’s understood Kane went down with the problem on Saturday at St George’s Park and the injury could see Calvert-Lewin continue his run in the team after finding the net on his debut at Wembley in midweek.
Kane could also be a doubt for the Three Lions’ following Nations League match at home to Denmark on Wednesday evening.
It’s the latest in a long line of injury problems for Kane, who was forced to miss the end of Tottenham’s season last term with a torn hamstring.
England head coach Southgate hinted that Tammy Abraham and Jadon Sancho – who both missed England’s 3-0 win over Wales – could be in line to feature versus Belgium.
‘Tammy and Jadon both trained this morning, so everybody is available,’ he said.
‘They’ve obviously missed a bit of training, so that’s a concern in terms of their load through the week.
‘But that situation is done, they’re back with the group and we move forward.’
West Ham’s Declan Rice is expected to start in the middle of the park and Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford and Jordan Henderson could also return to the side.
Manchester City right-back Kyle Walker is in line to earn his 50th international cap in the match.