Jadon Sancho set for first England start against USA at Wembley

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Gareth Southgate issues instructions to Jadon Sancho in England training
Image: Gareth Southgate is set to start Jadon Sancho against the USA at Wembley

Jadon Sancho is set to be handed his full England debut against the United States at Wembley, according to Sky sources.

The 18-year-old Borussia Dortmund winger recently made his first England appearance as a substitute against Croatia in Rijeka.

England manager Gareth Southgate is now expected to start Sancho for Thursday's friendly, live on Sky Sports, in what will also be Wayne Rooney's 120th and final international appearance.

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Newcomers to the squad, Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson and Brighton centre-half Lewis Dunk, are also likely to feature at Wembley.

Southgate's focus is the potentially crucial Nations League game against Croatia on Sunday, live on Sky Sports, in which victory for England could see them win Group 4.

Wayne Rooney of England applauds the fans after the UEFA EURO 2016 Group E qualifying match between England and Switzerland at Wembley Stadium on September 8, 2015 in London, United Kingdom. Wayne Rooney's 50th goal breaks the record for most international goals scored for England. Sir Bobby Charlton held the record previously with 49 goals. 1:48
Wayne Rooney says it has been strange being back in the England set-up but feels incredibly proud to make one final appearance

England can qualify for the semi-finals if Spain fail to beat Croatia on Thursday and England beat Croatia three days later.

Sancho was aged only two when Rooney made his first appearance for England against Australia in 2003.

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Image: The fixture is also set to be Wayne Rooney's 120th and final England cap

The former Manchester United and Everton striker will be brought on as a second-half substitute in Thursday's friendly, which is also set to raise money for the Wayne Rooney foundation.

The 33-year-old has insisted he has made no demands ahead of his final farewell, and has not requested the No 10 shirt or the captain's armband.

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