By Emma Sanders
Pictures shared on Twitter of Danny Rose, Harry Kane and Kyle Walker suggest the trio are in good shape ahead of England’s clash against Scotland on Friday evening.
The Tottenham players have all been minor doubts ahead of the clash with Rose and Walker picking up slight knocks during the north London derby last Sunday.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 10, 2016
Kane is available for selection after he returned to the Spurs side and scored a second-half equaliser against Arsenal during their 1-1 draw on Sunday.
He has been monitored following the weekend fixture and took part in his own individual training at the start of the week in order to recover.
The striker spent two months on the sidelines after suffering ankle ligament damage during Tottenham’s 1-0 victory against Sunderland back in September, but is expected to feature for England.
According to the Sun, Tottenham’s two full-backs picked up injuries against Arsenal but Walker is expected to feature at right-back and is likely to compete with Liverpool’s Nathaniel Clyne for a starting role.
Rose has been battling with fitness ahead of the World Cup qualifier and Aaron Cresswell was drafted into the squad as potential cover for the left-back following Danny Drinkwater’s withdrawal.
However, Tottenham’s official Twitter account shared some encouraging photos of the trio in training on Thursday evening, suggesting they are in good shape going into the historic clash.