YOUNG MISSES TRAINING WITH MINOR INJURY
Ashley Young was the main absentee from England's late afternoon training session at Arsenal's London Colney training complex on Tuesday.
Young scored the winner in Saturday's 1-0 friendly victory over Norway in Oslo but also picked up a knock which consigned him to the gym for a solo session.
The only other absentee was third-choice keeper Jack Butland, who has still not returned from his holiday in Mexico.
It means Glen Johnson and Danny Welbeck were at least able to have some involvement for the first time after recent toe and ankle injuries respectively.
In addition, the four Chelsea players in Roy Hodgson's 23-man squad - John Terry, Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard and Gary Cahill - all reported for duty after being given a short break following the Champions League final win over Bayern Munich on May 19.
Manchester United's Wayne Rooney was also present, although he is suspended for the opening two Euro 2012 qualifiers against France and Sweden.
Tuesday's session marked the start of a four-day build-up to Saturday's sell-out friendly with Belgium at Wembley, with England due to leave for their Krakow base on June 6.
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