England will once again take the field on Sunday in a friendly against Romania but it will be without Trent Alexander-Arnold.
The Liverpool star sustained a thigh injury in the Austria friendly on Wednesday which has ruled him out of the Euros.
This will be a worry for Southgate who already has a list of players, including Harry Maguire, who are nursing injuries in his squad.
Despite losing Alexander-Arnold, England defeated Austria on Wednesday 1-0 thanks to a goal from Bukayo Saka.
And now Southgate has another chance to test out players ahead of a huge summer of football.
Here’s all you need to know about the friendly.
When is the match?
The match kicks off at 5pm on Sunday 6 June.
Where can I watch?
The game will be available to watch on ITV 1 and the ITV HUB with coverage starting at 4.15pm.
Trent Alexander-Arnold has been ruled out of the Euros after sustaining a thigh injury against Austria. The Liverpool star’s replacement is yet to be confirmed.
Harry Maguire is not fit but his Manchester United teammate Marcus Rashford could star as he joined the team on Thursday.
Captain Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling are likely to be rested while players like Ben Chilwell are set to feature.
England – D Henderson; Chilwell, Stones, Coady, Mings; Phillips, Bellingham, Sancho; Rashford, Calvert-Lewin
England – 2/8
Draw – 5/1
Romania – 10/1
While England’s match against Austria wasn’t stunning, Gareth Southgate’s side should pull off a win in the fixture. It won’t be a high scoring match but it will once again be a good opportunity to get a better picture of the Three Lions’ options. England 1-0 Romania.