International friendlies: Led by James Milner, ebullient England gunning for depleted Dutch
London: Invigorated by Saturday's thrilling 3-2 friendly win over world champions Germany, England tackle the Netherlands on Tuesday seeking to sustain the feel-good factor ahead of the European Championship.
Goals from Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy and Eric Dier saw an England team inspired by Dele Alli come from 2-0 down to beat Germany and while manager Roy Hodgson was quick to downplay the result's importance, there was no disguising the ebullience of his youthful team's display.
Tuesday's game is Hodgson's last chance to experiment before he announces his squad for Euro 2016 on May 12 and he has plenty of options.
"I am sure he wants that," said Tottenham Hotspur striker Kane, who took his international tally to four goals in nine appearances.
"He wants everyone on top form and applying themselves well. You want the best players to be on form come the Euros.
"I am sure it is a problem he enjoys having. All we can do is keep doing what we are doing, to keep playing, as we have great belief.
"Wayne and Raheem are great players and I am sure they will be back in the squad. Everyone is fighting for places and it is what this country needs. It will only make us better players."
Hodgson always intended to make wholesale changes for the encounter with Holland, who have not qualified for Euro 2016, and injuries have already forced his hand.
Fraser Forster is expected to start in goal, having come on as a substitute for Jack Butland in Berlin after the Stoke City goalkeeper -- himself deputising for the injured Joe Hart -- fractured his ankle.
Vardy will hope to start after scoring his first international goal with a brilliant back-heeled equaliser against Germany and his Leicester City team-mate Danny Drinkwater should win his first cap as a starter in central midfield.
Liverpool midfielder James Milner will captain England for the first time, the Football Association announced on Monday.
The 30-year-old, capped 57 times, takes over from Chelsea centre-back Gary Cahill, who stood in for injured regular skipper Wayne Rooney in Saturday's 3-2 victory.
With Cahill dropping to the bench for the game against Holland -- the last England fixture before manager Roy Hodgson names his squad for Euro 2016 on May 12 -- Milner has inherited the captain's armband.
Hodgson also revealed that Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge will start against the Dutch, having missed the whole of England's Euro 2016 qualifying campaign due to a succession of injuries.
Fit-again Liverpool striker Sturridge is also in contention for a place in the starting XI, having missed the entirety of England's Euro 2016 qualifying campaign with a succession of injuries.
Everton pair John Stones and Phil Jagielka, meanwhile, could be given a chance to demonstrate that they can plug the defensive holes that almost proved England's undoing at the Olympiastadion.
The match will feature a tribute to late Dutch great Johan Cruyff in the 14th minute -- a nod to his iconic shirt number -- with an image of the former Ajax and Barcelona star displayed on Wembley's big screens, but play will not stop as it did during Holland's 3-2 loss to France on Friday.
The original Wembley held special meaning for Cruyff, for it was there that he won the first of his three European Cups with Ajax as a player in 1971 and led Barcelona to their first European crown as manager in 1992.
Holland won 3-2 in their last game at Wembley in February 2012, courtesy of an Arjen Robben brace, and prevailed by the same scoreline against Wales on their most recent trip to Britain in November.
Robben also netted twice in Cardiff, but he is currently absent with a thigh problem and coach Danny Blind lost another stalwart in the game against France when Wesley Sneijder succumbed to a hamstring injury.
Goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen and midfielder Davy Klaassen have also withdrawn from the squad -- the former after breaking his nose in training, the latter after injuring his knee -- with Michel Vorm and Marco van Ginkel called up as replacements.
Meanwhile, Daley Blind, the coach's son, is a doubt with a hamstring problem of his own.
"My hamstring is stiff," said the polyvalent Manchester United defender. "I didn't want to take any risks in view of the upcoming games. We have to look how it goes."
For the first time since Arsenal's success 14 years ago, the winner of the Champions League will not come from France or Germany.
The former England manager's contract was due to expire in the close season after another campaign in which he maintained Palace's Premier League status.
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