Positive news as England starting XI and bench named amidst Harry Kane injury reports

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Reports emerged last night that Harry Kane has sustained an injury in training with England his week, making him a doubt for today’s Nations League game against Belgium.

It was claimed that the England captain sustained a muscle injury in training on Saturday just 24 hours before the key Belgium match.

The line-ups for the game have now been released and there is no sign of Kane in the starting XI, but he has made the bench, hinting that the injury worries are minor.

Everton frontman, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, has replaced the Spurs striker in the line-up, fresh off his debut goal in a friendly against Wales last week.

Reports have claimed that England want Kane to remain with the squad for the upcoming match against Denmark, and the striker is expected to be fit for the game (The Athletic).

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