Leeds United defender Tom Lees has joined up with the England under 21 squad for their friendly with Northern Ireland on Tuesday night.
Lees returned to the Leeds squad on Saturday after overcoming the eye injury he sustained at Brighton and Hove Albion the previous Friday.
The injury forced him to miss the midweek clash with Burnley and he returned as a first half substitute following the dismissal against Watford on Saturday.
Lees will be hoping to win his third cap for England having helped them qualify for the 2013 European Championships in Israel next year.
The 21 year old made his debut in England`s last group game against Norway as a substitute, when they won 1-0 to pip their rivals to a play-off spot.
Having remained on the bench in the first leg of their play-off against Serbia, Lees came off the bench in the ill-tempered second leg as England won both legs 1-0.
The game takes place at Bloomfield Park Blackpool on Tuesday night with a 7.45pm kick off.
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