Tottenham youngster drafted into England squad

13:29 10 September 2012

Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur's Jake Livermore (left) has been called into the England squad to face Ukraine. Photo credit: Stephen Pond/EMPICS

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Roy Hodgson has called Tottenham’s Jake Livermore into his England squad ahead of tomorrow night’s visit of Ukraine.

The midfielder is one of three players drafted into the set-up after Arsenal’s Theo Walcott withdrew sufering from stomach cramps, while Chelsea’s Daniel Sturridge was also struck down but is hopeful for the Wembley clash.

Also called with Livermore up for the World Cup qualifier are Southampton’s Adam Lallana and Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling.

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