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England will be out to build on their impressive win over Germany when they tackle Holland at Wembley on Tuesday.

The Three Lions showed their mental strength and attacking abilities as they came from 2-0 down to beat the World Cup Holders 3-2 in Berlin with Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy scoring with excellent efforts.

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Spurs midfielder Eric Dier proved to be the match-winner as he headed home a late Jordan Henderson cross to give England a real boost as they head to France in June.

Next up is a clash with a Dutch side that won’t be among the 24 countries taking part in the European Championship, following a poor qualifying tournament. The Dutch lost 3-2 to France last time out; the fourth time in six games they have lost.

The game at Wembley will feature a tribute to the late Johan Cruff. The Dutch legend passed away last week at the age of 68 and his memory will be honoured with a minute’s applause in the 14th minute.

England are likely to make some changes to the side that beat the Germans, one of which will be enforced. Goalkeeper Fraser Forster will make his international return after 12 months.

The Southampton stopper replaces Jack Butland, injured in the win over Germany, with the Stoke keeper originally getting his chance due to an injury to Joe Hart.

Holland meanwhile will have one of Kenneth Vermeer or Jeroen Zoet between the sticks with the Feyenoord and PSV stoppers vying to replace Jasper Cillessen.

Cillessen misses out after breaking his nose during an innocent training ground incident with Klaas-Jan Huntelaar.

Spurs back up keeper Michael Vorm has been called into the squad. Manchester United’s utility star Daley Blind is also a doubt. The versatile star suffered a slight knock in training and is unlikely to be risked.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.

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