Callum Hudson-Odoi and Reece James have been named in Aidy Boothroyd’s upcoming England Under-21 squad.

The duo will join up with the group for a friendly against Slovenia in Maribor on Friday 11 October, before returing to the UK to take on Austria in a European Championship qualifier at Stadium MK on the following Tuesday.

Hudson-Odoi has yet to feature for the Under-21s despite making his senior debut earlier in the year. He was originally called up for Boothroyd's squad in March but injuries opened the door for promotion to the seniors and he made his bow against Czech Republic at Wembley. The winger has recently returned from an Achilles tendon injury sustained at the end of last season.

James has also earned a maiden call-up at Under-21 level having recovered from an ankle injury picked up on England Under-20 duty at the Toulon Tournament in June this year. Both players marked their return in a 7-1 Carabao Cup victory over Grimsby Town, with James claiming two assists and a stunning goal for James, while Hudson-Odoi wrapped up the scoring a minute before time.

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The other Chelsea faces linking up with Boothroyd’s squad are defensive pair Marc Guehi and Trevoh Chalobah, both of whom received their first call-up during the opening international weekend of the season and appeared twice for the young Lions. Guehi is another recent senior team debutant, playing the duration of Chelsea's win over Grimsby, while Chalobah is currently on loan at Huddersfield Town.

England have won their opening two qualifiers for the 2021 Euros. Their meeting with Austria in Milton Keynes will be screened live on BT Sport.

Tariq Lamptey has earned his second call-up to the England Under-20 squad and is again joined by Conor Gallagher who is currently on loan at Charlton Athletic. The young Lions have a trip to Parma to take on Italy before they return home and play Czech Republic in the upcoming international break.

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Sam McClelland heads off on Northern Ireland Under-21 duty as they take on Denmark and Romania in Group H of the UEFA European Championship qualifiers. The defender has represented Northern Ireland up to the Under-17 age group and has now recieved his first call-up for the Under-21s who have two points from two games thus far.

Henry Lawrence has earned a maiden call-up to the England Under-19 squad. He is joined by capped duo Tino Anjorin and Clinton Mola for the fixtures against France and Belgium in this month's International Marbella Cup.

Finally on the international front, Levi Colwill and Luke Badley Morgan will link up with the England Under-17s squad for the upcoming fixtures against Germany and Spain.