By Sami Mokbel for the Daily Mail
Published: 22:30 BST, 6 October 2020 | Updated: 23:47 BST, 6 October 2020
Gareth Southgate is considering naming an experimental side for Thursday's home nations clash against Wales, with Nick Pope pushing for a Euro 2020 audition.
The England boss is planning to rotate his squad for the forthcoming matches against Wales, Belgium and Denmark, and is eager to have a look at Burnley shot-stopper Pope in at least one of the games.
Jordan Pickford’s position as England’s undisputed No 1 was once again thrown into doubt last weekend after the Everton goalkeeper made another high-profile error in the 4-2 victory over Brighton.
Gareth Southgate is considering naming an experimental side against Wales on Thursday
The England boss is keen to take a look at Burnley keeper Nick Pope during at least one game
Jordan Pickford’s position as England’s undisputed No 1 has been thrown into doubt
Southgate kept faith with Pickford against Iceland and Denmark despite growing pressure from Pope.
But the England boss wants to give all his goalkeepers — including Dean