Nick Pope has been named in the latest England squad for the games against Montenegro and Kosovo.

The Burnley goalkeeper joins Tom Heaton and Jordan Pickford in Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions party for the final two Euro 2020 qualifiers.

The Three Lions know that they can secure their place at next summer’s finals with a point, and they have a chance to do that in front of a Wembley crowd when Montenegro are the visitors for what will be England’s 1000th men’s senior international.

Elsewhere, Clarets Jeff Hendrick, Robbie Brady and Kevin Long are in the Republic of Ireland squad for the crunch qualifier against Denmark and the friendly with New Zealand where they will face team-mate Chris Wood.

“Robbie was left out last month simply because he had only played three minutes in the Premier League all season when I named the squad,” Ireland boss Mick McCarthy.

“He is back involved with the Burnley first team now and getting game time and his involvement is a real boost to us ahead of the match against Denmark because of the quality he brings to the team.

“I will give Robbie time against New Zealand to get ready for Denmark.

“He is one of the players in the squad who will really benefit from the New Zealand game before we play the Danes.”