England manager Gareth Southgate says he "won't hesitate" to hand Norwich City goalkeeper Angus Gunn his senior debut in tonight's friendly against Brazil.
The 21-year-old received a shock call-up to the full squad after Stoke City's Jack Butland broke his finger in training, while fellow uncapped youngsters Dominic Solanke and Lewis Cook have also been drafted in.
Gunn, who's on loan from Manchester City, will start the game on the bench but Southgate hasn't ruled out a cameo appearance.
"Angus has worked with the under 21s with us (when Southgate was under 21s boss) and he is playing in the league," said Southgate.
"The other two are captain of the Under-20 World Cup winners (Cook) and the Golden Boot winner in the Under-20s World Cup (Solanke).
"They have got good pedigree and we won't hesitate to put them on the pitch.
"Those (three) guys have fitted in off the field which helps them to fit in on the field.
"They are good players so in training they look fine."
Tottenham midfielder Eric Dier will once again captain the side after being given the armband in Friday's draw against Germany, while Crystal Palace loanee Ruben Loftus-Cheek is likely to get another chance to impress.
England v Brazil, Tuesday 14 November, Live on ITV, coverage starts at 7.30pm