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England to start four Tottenham Hotspur players against Germany

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Four of the five called-up Spurs players will be in the starting 11, and that's hella exciting.

England Training Session and Press Conference Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

England play Germany on Saturday in an international friendly, and now multiple reports are stating that four of the five Tottenham Hotspur players called up are set to start for the Three Lions tomorrow.

Harry Kane, Eric Dier, Dele Alli, and Danny Rose will all crack the starting lineup for England tomorrow. The four Tottenham players starting is by far the most from any one club in the starting lineup. The BBC also tweeted what they expect will be England's formation against the Germans.

This is particularly exciting for Danny Rose, who received his first ever senior England call-up for the matches this week and next, and is now set for not only his first international cap, but his first start. Rose was actively mulling over declaring for Jamaica as late as last year as it looked like he was well behind in the pecking order. As this is an international friendly, he could still change his allegiance, but one suspects that in his current run of form we might be seeing Danny in England's EURO squad this summer.

The left-out player is Kyle Walker who starts the match behind Nathaniel Clyne, but it's very likely that he'll be on the bench.

If you're a Tottenham fan, that makes tomorrow's match practically must-see TV and an indication of the strength of Spurs' overall side. The match starts at 3:45 p.m. ET (7:45 p.m England) and will be carried on ESPN2 in USA.