Harry Kane will lead the England team in Qatar this time.
The 29-year-old has played every game for Spurs this season, even in the 2-0 defeat to Nottingham Forest last night in the Carabao Cup.
Antonio Conte’s squad is struggling with injuries and had no other option to start Kane last night.
“With Harry, until this morning we waited to see if he could start or not,” the Italian boss said. “But in this situation he was the only striker for us. For this reason I can only say thanks for the availability they show me.
“It was a problem of tiredness. Really, really tired and yesterday we had a soft training session and at one point he stopped himself to recover energy.
“But he’s okay, it’s only fatigue but it’s normal because Harry played every game. When you have a player like him it’s difficult to decide you don’t play with him.
“Today it was really difficult if Kane told me, ‘maybe it’s better I don’t start today because I risk a lot to have an injury’.
“But I repeat, it’s normal, what’s happening in this period.”