Date:Tuesday February 28 2006
Mark Davies takes a break from club action tonight, to step up to the international stage in the sell out England U19 match with Slovakia.
Mark was a regular in the U17's and aquitted himself well, eventually being honoured with the captains armband when the UEFA Championship qualifiers came to Molineux last March.
He joins another highly thought of youngster from the Under 17 setup, Theo Walcott, for a match that is being seen as crucial as part of the teams preparation for the 2006 European Under-19 Championship qualifiers.
Coach Martin Hunter said: 'I am looking forward to a very important game for us, as it is our last chance to get everyone together before the European Championship Qualifiers get underway in May.
'There are several players in the squad who are getting experience at senior level for their clubs and that can only be good news for us.'
The Squad in full :
Joe Lewis Norwich City FC
Moses Ashikodi Rangers FC
Mark Davies Wolverhampton Wanderers FC
Lee Holmes Derby County
Nathan Dyer Southampton FC
Lionel Ainsworth Derby County FC
Anthony Grant Chelsea FC
Joe Hart Shrewsbury Town FC
Scott Golbourne Reading FC
Adam Johnson Middlesbrough FC
Theo Walcott Arsenal FC
David Wheater Doncaster Rovers FC (On Loan)
Nathan Ashton Charlton Athletic FC
Nathan Doyle Notts County FC (On loan)
Jimmy Smith Chelsea FC
Gavin Rothery Leeds United AFC
Tom Clarke Huddersfield Town FC
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