Marc Guehi has been cleared to play for England in the coming games despite picking an injury against Watford last week.
The Crystal Palace stopper has been one of the most consistent defenders in the Premier League this season following his summer move from Chelsea and is highly rated by England boss Gareth Southgate.
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There were fears that he would miss his country’s upcoming Nations League games next month but Daily Mail reports that Southgate has been given the green light to call up the player by Palace as his injury is as serious as earlier thought.
The defender will be able to play for Palace again before the end of the season despite earlier fears that his season might have been over.
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Guehi was impressive for England when he was first called up to the national team for international games in March and will be hoping to build on that debut as he boosts his chances of being part of the team for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar later this year.