Crowe in England U17s Action
Friday, 4th May 2018 17:03
Academy right-back Dylan Crowe could win his seventh England U17s cap this evening when the Young Lions face Israel in their opening European Championships group game at Chesterfield’s Proact Stadium (ITV4 6.45pm).
Following tonight’s match, the England youngsters play Italy at Walsall on Monday and Switzerland at Rotherham United in their final group game next Thursday.
First-year scholar Crowe, 17, has also won caps with the England U16s and U15s. This season with Town he has regularly featured in the U23s.
England U17s: Luca Ashby-Hammond (Fulham), Marcus Dewhurst (Sheffield United), Adam Desbois (Training GK) (Reading), Ajibola Alese (West Ham United), Dylan Crowe (Ipswich Town), Vontae Daley-Campbell (Arsenal), Ethan Laird (Manchester United), Nat Ogbeta (Manchester City), Bukayo Saka (Arsenal), Tino Anjorin (Chelsea), Trae Coyle (Arsenal), Matty Daly (Huddersfield Town), Elijah Dixon-Bonner (Liverpool), Tommy Doyle (Manchester City), Jimmy Garner (Manchester United)Xavier Amaechi (Arsenal), Arvin Appiah (Nottingham Forest), Folarin Balogun (Arsenal), Bobby Duncan (Unattached), Tyreece John-Jules (Arsenal), Rayhaan Tulloch (West Bromwich Albion).
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