England manager Roy Hodgson has hinted that the team he picks for Saturday's friendly against Belgium could be the same as for the Euro 2012 opener against France.
Hodgson oversaw a 1-0 triumph against Norway in his first game in charge and said a number of fringe players who featured in Oslo had "put a spanner in the works" in terms of his selection for the European Championships.
England have a week to train before the clash with Belgium, which will be the final game before Hodgson takes his team to Poland to face France, Sweden and co-hosts Ukraine and must settle on his selection.
"There is a good chance that some of the players who play against Belgium on Saturday will also be involved in the game against France," Hodgson said.
"But a few players have put spanners in the works. It has given me something to think about."
Injured Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry will undergo a scan on his hamstring on Monday, after which will decide whether to include him in his final.
Barry came on as a second half substitute in the 1-0 victory over Norway, but limped off with 17 minutes remaining after feeling a pain in his leg.
Hodgson must submit his finalised 23-man squad for the Euros to UEFA on Tuesday, and the former West Brom manager will now wait on the result of Barry's scan before making his decision.