Wright-Phillips gets call
By Adam Marshall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Manchester City's Bradley Wright-Phillips is set to make his international bow.
Bradley Wright-Phillips is set to make his international bow after being included in England's Under-20 squad for the match with Russia on February 8.
The Manchester City striker has been rewarded for his progress with a place in the 17-man party for the match at The Valley, home of Charlton Athletic.
Two other City youngsters are also included - Chinedum Onuoha and Lee Croft, who is currently on loan with Oldham Athletic. Another rookie currently with Oldham is Neil Kilkenny and the Birmingham City prospect has also been called up.
Burnley duo Richard Chaplow and Gary Cahill, who is on loan from Aston Villa, continue to enjoy the limelight after the FA Cup win against Liverpool.
Former Millwall striker Cherno Samba, currently with Cadiz, is primed to make his debut at this level along with Middlesbrough's Danny Graham.
England Under-20 squad:
Luke Steele (Man United, on loan at Coventry), Ross Turnbull (Middlesbrough, on loan at Barnsley); Chinedum Onuoha (Manchester City), David Raven (Liverpool), Gary Borrowdale (Crystal Palace), Gary Cahill (Aston Villa, on loan at Burnley), Simon Francis (Sheffield United), Liam Fontaine (Fulham), Ross Gardner (Nottingham Forest), Richard Chaplow (Burnley), Lee Croft (Manchester City, on loan at Oldham), Neil Kilkenny (Birmingham, on loan at Oldham), Stacy Long (Charlton), Mark Smyth (Liverpool); Danny Graham (Middlesbrough), Cherno Samba (Cadiz), Bradley Wright-Phillips (Manchester City).