Townsend could join Tottenham teammate Walker on the sidelines.
Andros Townsend is a doubt for England’s crunch World Cup qualifier with Poland after picking up a knee injury.
The Tottenham winger, 22, scored and was named man of the match on his England debut against Montenegro on Friday but may miss Tuesday’s clash at Wembley.
“Andros took a knock, several knocks but one he told the doctor about. We’re very confident and I don’t expect him to report anything different. We’re very hopeful. There are no other injuries,” confirmed England manager Roy Hodgson.
Townsend’s Spurs teammate Kyle Walker will also miss the Poles’ visit through suspension after picking up a booking in the 4-1 over Montenegro.
Hodgson is also pondering whether to leave out Frank Lampard, which could see one of Jack Wilshere, James Milner or Michael Carrick start.
Phil Jagielka has a cut mouth but will be fit to start, while Manchester United’s Phil Jones should start ahead of club-mate Chris Smalling at right back in Walker’s absence.