Tyrick Mitchell has become the third Crystal Palace player to be called up this season by England manager Gareth Southgate.
The left-back follows in the footsteps of Chelsea loanee Conor Gallagher, who made his debut in the last international break, and centre-back Marc Guehi, who was selected at senior level for the first time last week.
Chelsea’s Reece James and Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold have both withdrawn from the Three Lions squad, paving the way for Mitchell to showcase his talent on the big stage.
He has made 33 appearances for Palace this season and helped Patrick Vieira’s side to 12th in the Premier League and an FA Cup semi final.
Before the call-up, England manager Gareth Southgate said: “Tyrick, we’ve been really impressed with.
“He’s been very good with his defending. He gets out quickly to people and in the biggest games against top opponents he’s coped really well.”
England are due to host Switzerland and Wilfried Zaha’s Ivory Coast at Wembley over the next two weeks.
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