England coach Hodgson to make SIX changes for Poland clash

England coach Roy Hodgson will change over half his team for tomorrow's World Cup qualifier in Poland.

England coach Roy Hodgson will change over half his team for tomorrow's World Cup qualifier in Poland.

The Sun says England’s boss plans to bring in at least five new players after beating San Marino 5-0.

And that will be SIX if Jermain Defoe gets the nod to replace Danny Welbeck up front.

Frank Lampard and Ryan Bertrand pulled out of the squad yesterday.

But Hodgson will recall Ashley Cole, Joleon Lescott and James Milner to his starting line-up.

And the Three Lions boss also has Glen Johnson and skipper Steven Gerrard back from suspension.

Welbeck hopes to keep his place after scoring two goals in a decent performance at Wembley.

But Tottenham star Defoe, 30, has scored six goals already this season and is considered the man in form.

Milner is the likely replacement for Theo Walcott, who went off with a chest injury after being clattered by San Marino keeper Aldo Simoncini on Friday.

Lampard would have also started in Warsaw. But either Tom Cleverley or Michael Carrick will now stay in midfield.

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