England boss, Gareth Southgate, is set to bring back Raheem Sterling ahead of clash against Kosovo on Sunday, November 17.
Sterling was dropped from England’s Thursday 7-0 victory against Montenegro following his clash with Liverpool’s Joe Gomez.
Gomez was then booed by fans during match against Montenegro. Both Sterling and Southgate came out to condemn the booing with Southgate reportedly comforting Gomez and his family after the match.
Now, Southgate has confirmed that Sterling will be part of the England team that will play against Kosovo on Sunday.
England has already qualified for Euro 2020 after the match against Montenegro that ended in 7-0. But Southgate is determined to win Sunday’s match against Kosovo and has already planned some changes.
“We will make some changes, for sure, but the seeding in the group could be critical and we know it’s a big night for the Kosovans,” Southgate said.
“It’s a shame for them that they’re now out of this part of the qualification, although they’ve still got the play-offs in which I think they’ll be a huge threat in that format.
“So, it will be a good test for us because it will still be a lively environment.
“The enthusiasm for the game is high and we want to finish the group with as many points as we can.”