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Spurs, Arsenal, Chelsea and Man Utd loanees included in England Under-21 squad

14:56 31 January 2013

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Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha. Photo: Tony Marshall/EMPICS

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Manchester United-bound Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha has been included in England’s Under-21 squad to face Sweden next week.

The 20-year-old made his senior debut in November but is back among his younger colleagues this time around.

Millwall’s Spurs loanee Adam Smith is also in the squad, as is Arsenal striker Benik Afobe (on loan at Bolton) and Chelsea’s Josh McEachran (on loan at Middlesbrough).

Manchester United defender Phil Jones has also been included and there was also a call up for 17-year-old Southampton full back Luke Shaw.

The friendly match will take place on Tuesday at Walsall.

Full squad:

Amos (Manchester United), Rudd (Norwich), Steele (Middlesbrough); Bennett (Norwich), Clyne (Southampton), Dawson (West Brom), Jones (Manchester United), Lees (Leeds), Robinson (Liverpool), Shaw (Southampton), Smith (Tottenham), Wisdom (Liverpool); Chalobah (Chelsea), Henderson (Liverpool), Hughes (Derby), Lansbury (Nottingham Forest), Lowe (Blackburn), McEachran (Chelsea),Shelvey (Liverpool); Sterling (Liverpool), Afobe (Arsenal), Ince (Blackpool), Wickham (Sunderland), Zaha (Manchester United).

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