Burnley goalkeeper James Trafford has been added to the England squad for their friendly against Belgium on Tuesday night.

Crystal Palace shot stopper Sam Johnstone has pulled out due to an injury, meaning Trafford receives his first senior call-up.

The 21-year-old has made 28 appearances for the Clarets this season following his move from Manchester City in the summer.

He played the full 90 minutes for England Under-21s during their 5-1 victory against Azerbaijan on Friday.

Kyle Walker and Harry Maguire have also withdrawn due to injury following the 1-0 defeat against Brazil on Saturday night, with Rico Lewis moving up from the U21 squad alongside Trafford.

An official statement from the FA read: “James Trafford and Rico Lewis have moved across from the MU21s to join the England senior men’s squad.

“The pair report to Tottenham Hotspur’s training ground following the withdrawal of Harry Maguire, Kyle Walker and Sam Johnstone through injury.

“Maguire, Walker and Johnstone have returned to their respective clubs for assessment having sustained injuries in recent days.”