Miami: England are expected to give a start to Liverpool's Raheem Sterling and several other young contenders when they face Ecuador in their pre-World Cup friendly on Wednesday.
Manager Roy Hodgson will use the game against the South Americans at SunLife Stadium to give a chance to those players who did not start in Friday's 3-0 win over Peru at Wembley, and plenty of attention will be on the exciting Sterling.
"Our plan on Wednesday is basically to start the people who didn't start on Friday," Hodgson said. "We've got two more matches. Wednesday will be an opportunity for me to start the others and then by Saturday we have all of them having played and ready. Then I'll have to make a decision over who does play."