Although Ross Barkley hasn't been on top of his game in the league this season, Roy Hodgson has named him in the England squad.
Phil Jagielka and Leighton Baines are also in the squad, but John Stones is left out.
On Friday 27th March England host Lithuania in a Euro 2016 qualifier at Wembley and four days later the squad travel to Turin for a glamour friendly against Italy on Tuesday 31 March 2015.
Hodgson says: "Barkley certainly could play, just as everyone who is in there is capable of playing.
"I would have to add Luke Shaw's name to that as well because he's in a similar situation as Ross Barkley.
"Sometimes it's important that when you believe in people and you think they do have the potential and the quality that you're looking for as players it's important not to jettison them at the first opportunity or the first time they lose their place in the team or if they're going through a rougher patch.
"If I think these guys could be very important in 2016, now is the time to show that confidence in them if you like.
"Maybe coming away to a different environment, coming to somewhere where the pressure's off a little bit, to be the first name on the first team sheet, training players they don't know so well, maybe it could even help them.
"I think I'm pretty sure that Roberto Martinez and Louis van Gaal will be more than happy that I'm taking them with us and not lost faith in them and sent them back to the under-21s."
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