In the midst of the final international break ahead of the World Cup, Gareth Southgate has the chance to make final decisions over personnel ahead of naming his 26-man squad for Qatar 2022. However, there are those who missed out on a spot in Southgate's squad for meetings with Italy and Germany.

James Maddison - Leicester
While Leicester have been struggling in the Premier League following a dire six game losing run, James Maddison has been a standout for Brendan Rodgers' side with three goals and an assist to his name on the back of 12 goals for Leicester in the Premier League last season.

Ben White - Arsenal
Ben White has been a key part of Arsenals terrific start to the season, starting every game so far for Mikel Arteta’s side. White was unused in the England squad that finished runners' up in Euro 2020, so he has some familiarity with the England setup under Southgate. He has mainly featured at right-back for Arsenal this season, with William Saliba and Gabriel forming a decent partnership.
Jadon Sancho - Manchester United
Another unfortunate player to miss out, Jadon Sancho has been part of a resurgence in Manchester United’s season, with three goals in all competitions for the Red Devils. Sancho was one of the three players to come on and miss one of three penalties in the Euro 2020 final, which cost England their first major tournament win since 1966.
James Tarkowski - Everton
Only Brighton (5) have conceded fewer goals than Everton (6) in the Premier League this season, that figure level with Manchester City and Liverpoool, and James Tarkowski has been crucial to that defensive resolve.
Jacob Ramsey - Aston Villa
While a rather unlikely call to be selected for the World Cup, Jacob Ramsey is a player who has experience working in the England camps at different levels.