England will complete their latest round of fixtures on Wednesday evening.
In the final three games of the three lions, they will host Denmark in a Nations League clash.
This will be the second of two meetings between the teams in recent months after a 0-0 draw in Copenhagen during the last international break.
In that stalemate, England's chances of topping the group of their Nations League appeared to take a hit.
After beating Belgium on Sunday, Gareth Southgate's men are now at the top of Group B.
However, with a second meeting with Belgium pending, England could require maximum points against Denmark and Iceland in order to retain the top spot.
Sadly, the three Lions have lost two key full-backs ahead of Wednesday's clash.
On Tuesday morning, it was confirmed that Ben Chilwell and Kieran Trippier had left the national team camp and would not be available against Denmark:
England have given no explanation for the pair's departure.
However, the Evening Standard has shed some light on the situation since then.
It is alleged that Trippier left for personal reasons.
As for Chilwell, the left-back is believed to have been forced to pull out as a blow for Chelsea due to a flare-up from a pre-existing foot injury.
Chelsea face Southampton next Saturday and Frank Lampard will no doubt now have great concerns over Chilwell's eventual engagement..