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Ramsdale, Wilson and Mepham all feature

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Aaron Ramsdale once again completed 90 minutes for the England under-21s as they earned back-to-back wins in the international break.

Starting his second game in a row, the young stopper kept a clean sheet as the Young Lions were 2-0 winners over Kosovo at KCOM Stadium.

Following on from the 3-2 win over Turkey, Phil Foden's double ensured Aidy Boothroyd's side made it six points from six in UEFA European U21 Championship qualifying.

Elsewhere, both Chris Mepham and Harry Wilson featured for Wales in their 1-0 friendly victory over Belarus.

Harry Wilson played 89 minutes but there is a concern over Chris Mepham, who was withdrawn after 77 minutes due to injury.

Ryan Fraser and Nathan Ake were both unused substitutes as Scotland were beaten 4-0 by Belgium, and the Netherlands were on the right end of a 4-0 scoreline against Estonia.

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