England have booked a place in the Euro 2020 finals, and ahead of their last match against Kosovo, the Three Lions will only need to avoid defeat to finish top of their group.
It has been a phenomenal campaign for Gareth Southgate's charges, with their only blip being the 2-1 loss away to the Czech Republic.
As such, the manager is expected to give a few young faces some game time and rest some of his stars who've generally been at their best.
The returning Raheem Sterling might get a chance having missed the Montenegro match after he was suspended from camp, following a confrontation with teammate Joe Gomez.
Apart from Sterling, there are other young lions who might get a chance to start the match in Prishtina.
The Chelsea winger has come back from injury stronger, and Southgate said he surprised them following his determination to get back having suffered a serious injury last season.
He was widely expected to start in place of Sterling at Wembley on Thursday, but Southgate chose to play Marcus Rashford on the wide instead.
The 19-year-old is on the road to full recovery following the injury, and he is in line to receive his second start in the senior team.
Just like Hudson-Odoi, Mings might get his second start in an England shirt, and might be slotted alongside Manchester United defender Harry Maguire.
John Stones has played alongside the United defender in recent games including the tie against Montenegro, but with the young defender only returning from an injury, he might be rested as Southgate explores options in his side.
Pope might be in line for his first England start since receiving his first call up in March 2018. Pickford has been phenomenal at the back and might be rested as the match might not have much impact.