By Tony Hughes
Harry Kane posted an image of him in action as he gears up for England’s World Cup qualifier against Scotland on Friday night.
Tottenham’s striker will be keen to continue his return to action at Wembley after starting for Tottenham and scoring in the north London derby last week.
Kane has only made six Premier League appearances this season after being stretchered off in the game against Sunderland in September.
He missed five league games and although Spurs have remained unbeaten they’ve struggled recently, with four league draws on the bounce.
Kane made his return against Arsenal on Sunday and scored a penalty in the 1-1 draw before being taken off in the 73rd minute.
He’s now hooked up with his England teammates ahead of the hotly-anticipated clash with Scotland in Group F of the World Cup qualifiers.
Ahead of the 7.45pm kick-on Friday, Kane posted this image on his Instagram account, suggesting that he’s looking to play and score for the Three Lions.
Kane missed the last two World Cup qualifiers with his injury, including the 0-0 draw away at Slovenia.
He hasn’t scored for his country since the friendly against Turkey in May, before the disappointing Euro 2016 campaign that saw England crash out to minnows Iceland in the last 16.
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