Harry Kane suffered injury while training with the England national team.
The 27-year old striker suffered an injury during training and was left out from England’s friendly win over Wales last week.
Though he was a major doubt in England’s Nations League clash against Belgium, Kane featured in the second half of the game.
The Tottenham forward sat out around four months last season due to a hamstring injury and has been struggling with injuries in the past few seasons.
Gareth Southgate confirms that the striker is suffering from muscle fatigue and is not injured.
“He’s had a strange training week, really,” he told Sky Sports.
“We gave him a couple of days of recovery after Sunday, and he started training on Wednesday, he felt some cramp.
“He’s had muscle fatigue, basically, he’s missed most of the week’s training, he got a little bit more confident with it later in the week, but hasn’t really done enough on the field to start.
“He’s not injured, he can perhaps come on later in the game. He seems more confident in how he feels, but he hasn’t had a lot of training time.”