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Peter Taylor has announced his final squad for The Football League Under-21 game against the Italian equivalent on February 21.
The game will be played at Hull City's Kingston Communications Stadium and the 21-man-squad includes players from all three Football League divisions.
The last time the sides met in this kind of match, the Italians were held to a 1-1 draw in Terni.
The squad is mainly made-up of Championship and League One players, but Northampton Town's Luke Chambers represents League Two with a surprise call-up.
The squad in full:
Lee Camp (Derby County), Scott Flinders (Barnsley); Gary Borrowdale (Crystal Palace), Luke Chambers (Northampton), Simon Francis (Tranmere), Greg Halford (Colchester United), Wes Morgan (Nottingham Forest), Richard Stearman (Leicester City), Sam Tillen (Brentford), Richard Wood (Sheffield Wednesday); Chris Eagles (Watford), Ryan Smith (Leicester), Tom Soares (Crystal Palace), Simon Walton (Leeds United), Ben Watson (Crystal Palace), John Welsh (Hull City); Dexter Blackstock (Southampton), Cameron Jerome (Cardiff City), Leroy Lita (Reading), Izale McLeod (Milton Keynes Dons), Ashley Young (Watford).
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Tottenham will be looking to carry their fine form into 2013 as they kick off the New Year against struggling Reading.
Manchester United travel to Wigan and Manchester City entertain Stoke City, after West Brom and Fulham kick off the 2013 action.
Reading gained their second victory of the season after Pavel Pogrebnyak's goal sealed a 1-0 win over visiting West Ham.
Reading manager Brian McDermott was a relieved man after his side beat West Ham 1-0.
Man Utd ended 2012 with a seven-point lead, as Man City edged out Norwich City in a thriller and Arsenal hit seven past Newcastle.