Walker and Wilshere can prove to Hodgson they should be permanent fixtures in the side.
Although the expectation is that England should cruise past Moldova in their World Cup qualifier at Wembley, there are several young players who have the chance to impress.
Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere has been a favourite of national manager Roy Hodgson for some time, but with the midfielder being prone to injury chances are often limited for the 21-year-old.
However, in a midfield trio that also includes veterans Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard, Wilshere has the chance to stake a claim to be a pivotal member of the side with a performance reminiscent of the dominating spell the Gunners ace had against Brazil earlier in the year.
Another youngster who has found chances much more limited is Tottenham Hotspur right-back Kyle Walker, with the 23-year-old playing second fiddle to Glen Johnson of Liverpool.
Yet with Johnson sidelined – along with other potential competitor for the place at the right side of defence Phil Jones – Walker will get a start under Hodgson.
The full-back has been impressing at White Hart Lane for several years since making the switch from Sheffield United in 2009.
To date Walker has just six caps for the England national team, but many have called for the Yorkshireman to be preferred ahead of Johnson.
Another who is getting a good crack under Hodgson is Manchester United’s Danny Welbeck, who despite having an average goal-scoring record for the Red Devils, has done well on the international stage.
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