Mason Mount to start for England in European Qualifier against Czech Republic

Mason Mount will make his first start from Friday Qualifier from Czech Republic, Sky Sports News understands.

Mount created two substitute appearances for England coming in the second half of Kosovo and Bulgaria.
The midfielder has played in four Premier League matches for Chelsea since then and his performances have convinced Gareth Southgate that he is prepared to begin for the Three Lions.
Chelsea director Frank Lampard has repeatedly selected this year to Mount ahead of Ross Barkley, and it is considered the Everton midfielder will make way for Mount in Prague.
England will ensure their place and have won all four of their qualifiers for Euro 2020.
The Three Lions traveling to face Bulgaria on Monday.
England will be without midfielder James Maddison, who has been pulled out of the squad.
Maddison was an unused replacement four times at 2 England squads that are distinct but is yet to get his first cap.
Asked a week the 22-year-old hasnt featured yet, Southgate said:I cant guarantee people soccer.
He simply has to see the players that were left outside to recognise just to get from the squad will be an achievement, and I really dont manage him any differently to any of the others, actually.
He wants to talk soccer that is terrific. He wishes to understand what areas of his game that we like and that we believe he could improve.
He appears to take all that on board quite well, so he is playing very well, but is [Mason] Mount, therefore is [Jadon] Sancho and therefore are all the others – that is the conundrum.

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